By Elima Pangorang
Hawaii’s premier distributor for everything windows, doors and more recently revamped its services to customers. Windows Hawaii can now be found at a new location at 91-314 Komohana St. This fresh locale boasts a sparkling-fresh showroom where guests can explore all Windows Hawaii’s top-notch products firsthand. Its hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m. or on weekends by appointment.
Additionally, with the recent expansion, general manager Mario Garcia is also looking to hire new team members. To learn more about employment details at Windows Hawaii, give the company a call and ask for Garcia, who is excited to connect with interested candidates.
From windows and doors to patio covers and siding, all of Windows Hawaii’s products not only save customers money with superb energy efficiency, they also grant users peace of mind with lasting durability and protection from outside elements.
This is all possible from using only the best goods in the industry. And, when building with quality components, Windows Hawaii’s products tend to be a few bucks more than the rest. However, by putting up the extra pricing, customers can rest easy knowing their home and the people in it will be safe and sound.
Take for example its Ali‘i Extreme Windows and Doors made by manufacturer Anlin Window Systems. This product line provides energy efficiency, resulting in lower utility bills; heightened sound proofing from outside disturbances — and even sound going out of the home; durability that can withstand storm-force winds; and more.
“When Anlin makes their windows, they do it with quality in mind, and the only way to lower the price is to lower the quality,” noted Garcia. “A lot of people tend to go for price, and they end up sacrificing quality. “Sometimes the cheaper product ends up requiring homeowners to fill in with a patch here, and a patch there. So it’s quality that really comes up better in the long run.”
With such great functions, there have been other manufacturers that try to imitate the Ali‘i Extreme window, but to no avail. Garcia reminds people to do their research and be careful of products that may look the same as Ali‘i Extreme, but is actually a cheaper, lower quality brand — many find out when it’s too late and already installed. The result is finding a replacement, meaning more money to be spent.
What’s more, Garcia wants Hawaii homeowners to reap the benefits of top-notch products plus enjoy savings. That is why Garcia advises everyone to look for Windows Hawaii ads in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser for savings and sales. Also, a visit to Windows Hawaii’s website will help home renovators and builders to seek even more savings and information on all products.
Whether looking for new windows or a new job, call Windows Hawaii, explore its website or drop in for a visit to the showroom to say “hi” in person.
671-0808 • 383-7233 (cell)
91-314 Komohana St., Kapolei