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It was tough to find a contractor that was willing to do or coordinate everything required to install abasement egress window into a location where one didn't exist - excavating the hole for the window well, cutting through the concrete, installing the window and well, and finishing out the interior of room where the window was installed (trimming out the window, moving electrical outlets, repairing drywall, and painting the room). The guys at Raspberry did most of the work themselves (save the concrete cutting) and really did an excellent job.
When we got there, nobody was there and we had to buz a bell until someone showed up. We informed them that we had an appointment at 10:00 am. The salesman was not there yet and was invited to look around. Finally the salesman arrived and I should have know something was amiss by the whimpy handshake he gave us upon greeting him.
After explaining what we were looking for, he showed us two doors and explained the difference between the two. He handed us a pamphlet and told us that "this picture was the cheapest and became more expensive as you moved from picture to picture.
I asked him about the window he was standing at. I asked him for a rough ballpark figure of what that window cost. He was very evassive and did not answer. I said, I don't want a quote, I just want to know the ballpark figure, am I looking at a 800, 1000, 2000 dollar slider or what.
His flipant and rude answer was he would not tell me. I asked again and he said anywhere from $2 to $10,000. HIs
We had 1 patio door that needed immediate replacement with 14 additional windows, another patio door, and 2 storm doors all to be replaced before spring. I have no idea if this salesman was following company policy to be rude, evassive, and a jerk, or if it is just the company's policy to hire such people to represent them. Either way, I will never consider them and will make it a point to tell people about what
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