New windows make a great Christmas gift for anyone, even if you are buying them as a Christmas gift for yourself. New windows make houses look nicer, help lower utility bills, and they can also increase the value of your home.
Besides, if it was you wouldn’t you rather get the gift of new windows for your home this Christmas, instead of another fruitcake?
Still Time to Save Money on Christmas Windows
The great part of looking for Christmas gifts early is that you can take advantage of sales that are long gone by the time Christmas rolls around. One such sale is the current window sale we have going on right now that will be over the day before Thanksgiving.
From now until this sale is over, you can get 2 windows free if you purchase 6 windows or 3 windows free if you purchase 9 windows. You can’t beat getting free windows, even if they are a gift for someone else this Christmas.
No Need to Charge this Christmas Gift
Along with our window sale, we also have special financing that you can take advantage of. This allows you to make payments on this Christmas gift, instead of having to pay for all of it at once. The special financing is a 12 months same as cash plan, which is going to save you a lot of money compared to charging this particular gift on the credit card.
So leave the other gifts to the credit card company, and be able to make payments on this Christmas gift without having the January buyer’s remorse.
Yes, New Window Can Be Installed Now
The person you are buying new windows for doesn’t have to wait until spring to get their new windows installed. New window can be installed soon after Christmas, if you are waiting until Christmas Day to give them their gift. You can also give them their gift early, and we can try and have their new windows installed by Christmas Day so that they can fully enjoy their gift on that day.
Either way you wish to present their Christmas gift is up to you. We are available to help you with whatever you want to arrange.
So contact us today and get one of those Christmas gifts out of the way before December even arrives.