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Builders Supply Inc
Recent Review: Eddie came by to adjust my doors and he was a wealth of information on Anderson doors. He was extremely professional and took care of all the problems I was having.Thanks!!!!
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Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Ft. Collins
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Recent Review: It was wonderful. I used them in the past for a sliding glass door in the past.  I've also used them for windows, french doors and a new front doors.  I was very happy with their workmanship and they are always punctual.
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Omni Services
Recent Review: The bonus room, above the garage, was the coldest place in the house in winter, and the hottest in summer.   Air was coming in through the trim/baseboard, and the sub-floor itself was very cold in winter.  The goal Omni Services (OS) and I agreed to was to provide a year-round comfortable space.  As a consumer, I wanted the room to be "air tight" but OS could not guarantee that. In preparation for the bonus room work, I removed the trim, carpet and pad for later re-use, and cut out (as best I could) some agreed-on 4x8 and 4x12 sections of the existing drywall, so we could see what was going on inside the walls and ceiling.  The scope-of-work document had Omni Services (OS) removing the sub-floor as well, to check out the insulation beneath it, but ultimately OS didn't deem that necessary, as they found a different way to add insulation. [So in hindsight I removed the carpet and pad unnecessarily.] OS determined:   a. the ceiling insulation was wrong for the space (R30 was crammed in, R19 should have been used)   b. the roof above the bonus room (2x8 boards between the ceiling and the roof) had insufficient  ventilation   c. there was insufficient insulation in the garage attic (adjacent to the bonus room) that was a continuation of the roof above the bonus room   What OS did for the ceiling:   a. removed the R30 from most of the ceiling   b. installed "proper vent"  (a way for air to flow between the lower and upper parts of the roof) where the R30 had been   c. replaced the R30 (that was removed) with R19   d. added some exterior ventilation (around the gutters and in the garage attic) to allow more air into the "proper vent"   NOTE:  I had a roofing company install ridge-cap ventilation above the bonus room; OS's work was pointless without that   What OS did for the garage attic adjacent to the bonus room:   a. install foam board insulation over the sloping area (continuation of the bonus room roof, into the attic)   b. spray in more insulation What OS did for the sub-floor:   a. accessed the underside of the sub-floor from either the garage attic or the limited space between the bonus room walls and the ceiling (which continued downward into the garage attic)   b. sprayed in more insulation THE BAD: Once the drywall was replaced, taped, etc., and before the trim was put back on, there was still significant airflow into the room, where the drywall met the sub-floor.  I had not expected this, nor had OS.  I "fixed" this by using a combination of low-expanding foam from a can, leftover fiberglass insulation, and drywall mud.  Air was also coming in from the drywall holes cut for the electrical boxes, but styrofoam covers fixed that. What OS did for the main attic stairs (accessible from the bonus room):   a. manufactured a cover using leftover foam board and other materials   b. installed the cover above the pull-down attic stairs   c.  sprayed in more insulation in the attic, in the area around the new cover What OS did for the doors: After I removed the trim from the French doors, OS replaced one of the doors, which had warped.  I painted the door, then OS reinstalled the trim. BOTTOM LINE:  We do not yet know whether the bonus-room goal was met.   We won't know until we have a string of really hot days, and another string of really cold days.
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Renewal by Andersen
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Recent Review: The consultation appt was a good experience because the product offering was not complicated.  Often times you get the price creep for features that most people want.  With this company they don't offer a "economy aka garbage (my words)" level of product. The product is of high quality, from there you choose the type of glass, finish, configuration, etc. I liked not having to pay any $s at the time of ordering.  The wait time from order to when my doors/windows arrived from the factory was about 6 weeks.  Not sure if that is a long time or not, but wasn't a bother for me.  The installers were great.  They are contracted by Renewal by Anderson so not employees of Renewal, but my install team was great!  They were ABKB Home Services. I will create a seperate post for them.  Only one small surprise came a day or two after the installation.  A person from the city came to inspect the job.  Apparently a permit was filed which obviously Renewal did, but they didn't tell me about it nor told me to expect some one to show up to review the work.  It was not big deal, the guy was in/out in a few minutes.   One concern I had which I shared at the consultation appt was my dogs running thru the screens of the french doors.  I was assured that Renewal would fix if that happened.  About two weeks after installation... Yep... they did run thru the screen!  And YEP, it was fixed at no charge.  In fact, another two weeks after that.. the dogs did it again.. and Renewal fixed it again.. no charge.  About two months after install, the french doors started to be difficult to close.  I found that the weather stripping at the bottom of the door was sagging.  Renewal responded promptly and sent some one to my house.  The fix required a tweek to adjustable hinges (great feature of their product).  The weather stripping was getting caught as when door opened/closed.  All has been good ever since. I loved that the price agreed to was the price.  It included the install, haulaway, moldings (interior/exterior), etc.  At time of order I did pay to have Renewal do the finish of the doors & moldings rather than doing myself.  Prior to install, the installer came over twice with samples to ensure color matched and was to my liking.  During install, adjustments were needed to the frame for the doors (adding boards to frame for proper fit) which the installer dealt with and again, no added cost to me.  Also, at the time of install, the width of the molding didn't look great and the installer suggested a wider width.  Although it took another day or two to get the wider molding stained and installed, I wasn't charged for this change.
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Paramount Siding & Windows
Recent Review: We needed to replace a giant, vinyl sliding patio door which no longer worked. Instead of just replacing it with another patio door, Brandon worked with us to design french doors with a decorated glass transom above. We also made the area smaller which allowed for the addition of a small window ledge. Overall, the result is gorgeous and so much nicer than what we had before!! We are so happy we used paramount and would definitely recommend them again. Brandon was extremely customer service oriented and worked around our schedule.
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Lomax Window & Door Co.
Recent Review: If you're looking for replacement windows or doors give them a call for a quote and ask for Donovan. Amazing experience from start to finish. Worked with Donovan on two projects and both went off without a hitch. Donovan is very low/no pressure sales, Lomax has great quality products (we used Andersen), exceptional installation and great prices! We had some very high end custom french doors installed in our master bedroom, not only was the price very attractive but the work to install these where there was not a door before was nothing short of amazing. Top quality workmanship and we are delighted with our new doors and windows, but most with Donovan for his patience to explain all of our options and provide the best quote.
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Solid Rock Custom Carpentry
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Recent Review: Craig check the one wing of the door and said that it is definitely warped. He provided me with the instruction for my next steps (getting the new door from the Alpine lumber). He said that he does not charge the trip fee. I felt bad that he had a 20 minutes drive to my house and offered him at least $25 for the gas. He refused to take any money. He was very polite and professional. I will definitely use him in the future and recommend him to my friends.
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DAWN Windows LLC
Recent Review: Overall very good experience.  We have recommended Dawn windows to several of our neighbors. We had several companies bid, Dawn has the best pricing.  We liked Ron's no pressure style and his willingness to suggest options that might save us money.    Darryl and Vince did our install and were great to work with.  They showed up on time, worked steadily each day and were very professional.  We were impressed with the care they took to ensure that nearby furniture and walls were not damaged.  They cleaned up each day when they were done--you would have never known they were there.  The windows look and operate great. There were only two thing we wished we'd done differently.  1) We wish we had gotten  dimensions and personally see the sliders we got to replace our french doors--while they gave us more floor space, we did not appreciate how much the door opening would be reduced and might have chosen to increase the opening and buy bigger doors.  Recommend folks visit a showroom and actually understand the opening sizes.  2)  We do not like the grid spacing on one odd shaped window.  Ron and his crew executed what we asked, but again actually seeing the specific window would have allowed us to catch it.  REcommend getting drawings for any unusual windows. We would work with Dawn windows again, and are in fact having them back in to finish the remaining windows in the home as part of a remodel in january.
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Windows America of Colorado Inc
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Recent Review: We're very pleased with every aspect of Windows of America's services, and happy  with the door.

Reviews in Fort Morgan Weld for French Door Installation

ABuilders Supply Inc
Eddie came by to adjust my doors and he was a wealth of information on Anderson doors. He was extremely professional and took care of all the problems I was having.Thanks!!!!
- Michael B....
AOmni Services
The bonus room, above the garage, was the coldest place in the house in winter, and the hottest in summer.   Air was coming in through the trim/baseboard, and the sub-floor itself was very cold in winter.  The goal Omni Services (OS) and I agreed to was to provide a year-round comfortable space.  As a consumer, I wanted the room to be "air tight" but OS could not guarantee that. In preparation for the bonus room work, I removed the trim, carpet and pad for later re-use, and cut out (as best I could) some agreed-on 4x8 and 4x12 sections of the existing drywall, so we could see what was going on inside the walls and ceiling.  The scope-of-work document had Omni Services (OS) removing the sub-floor as well, to check out the insulation beneath it, but ultimately OS didn't deem that necessary, as they found a different way to add insulation. [So in hindsight I removed the carpet and pad unnecessarily.] OS determined:   a. the ceiling insulation was wrong for the space (R30 was crammed in, R19 should have been used)   b. the roof above the bonus room (2x8 boards between the ceiling and the roof) had insufficient  ventilation   c. there was insufficient insulation in the garage attic (adjacent to the bonus room) that was a continuation of the roof above the bonus room   What OS did for the ceiling:   a. removed the R30 from most of the ceiling   b. installed "proper vent"  (a way for air to flow between the lower and upper parts of the roof) where the R30 had been   c. replaced the R30 (that was removed) with R19   d. added some exterior ventilation (around the gutters and in the garage attic) to allow more air into the "proper vent"   NOTE:  I had a roofing company install ridge-cap ventilation above the bonus room; OS's work was pointless without that   What OS did for the garage attic adjacent to the bonus room:   a. install foam board insulation over the sloping area (continuation of the bonus room roof, into the attic)   b. spray in more insulation What OS did for the sub-floor:   a. accessed the underside of the sub-floor from either the garage attic or the limited space between the bonus room walls and the ceiling (which continued downward into the garage attic)   b. sprayed in more insulation THE BAD: Once the drywall was replaced, taped, etc., and before the trim was put back on, there was still significant airflow into the room, where the drywall met the sub-floor.  I had not expected this, nor had OS.  I "fixed" this by using a combination of low-expanding foam from a can, leftover fiberglass insulation, and drywall mud.  Air was also coming in from the drywall holes cut for the electrical boxes, but styrofoam covers fixed that. What OS did for the main attic stairs (accessible from the bonus room):   a. manufactured a cover using leftover foam board and other materials   b. installed the cover above the pull-down attic stairs   c.  sprayed in more insulation in the attic, in the area around the new cover What OS did for the doors: After I removed the trim from the French doors, OS replaced one of the doors, which had warped.  I painted the door, then OS reinstalled the trim. BOTTOM LINE:  We do not yet know whether the bonus-room goal was met.   We won't know until we have a string of really hot days, and another string of really cold days.
- Steve B....
BRenewal by Andersen
The consultation appt was a good experience because the product offering was not complicated.  Often times you get the price creep for features that most people want.  With this company they don't offer a "economy aka garbage (my words)" level of product. The product is of high quality, from there you choose the type of glass, finish, configuration, etc. I liked not having to pay any $s at the time of ordering.  The wait time from order to when my doors/windows arrived from the factory was about 6 weeks.  Not sure if that is a long time or not, but wasn't a bother for me.  The installers were great.  They are contracted by Renewal by Anderson so not employees of Renewal, but my install team was great!  They were ABKB Home Services. I will create a seperate post for them.  Only one small surprise came a day or two after the installation.  A person from the city came to inspect the job.  Apparently a permit was filed which obviously Renewal did, but they didn't tell me about it nor told me to expect some one to show up to review the work.  It was not big deal, the guy was in/out in a few minutes.   One concern I had which I shared at the consultation appt was my dogs running thru the screens of the french doors.  I was assured that Renewal would fix if that happened.  About two weeks after installation... Yep... they did run thru the screen!  And YEP, it was fixed at no charge.  In fact, another two weeks after that.. the dogs did it again.. and Renewal fixed it again.. no charge.  About two months after install, the french doors started to be difficult to close.  I found that the weather stripping at the bottom of the door was sagging.  Renewal responded promptly and sent some one to my house.  The fix required a tweek to adjustable hinges (great feature of their product).  The weather stripping was getting caught as when door opened/closed.  All has been good ever since. I loved that the price agreed to was the price.  It included the install, haulaway, moldings (interior/exterior), etc.  At time of order I did pay to have Renewal do the finish of the doors & moldings rather than doing myself.  Prior to install, the installer came over twice with samples to ensure color matched and was to my liking.  During install, adjustments were needed to the frame for the doors (adding boards to frame for proper fit) which the installer dealt with and again, no added cost to me.  Also, at the time of install, the width of the molding didn't look great and the installer suggested a wider width.  Although it took another day or two to get the wider molding stained and installed, I wasn't charged for this change.
- Jennifer B....
AParamount Siding & Windows
They did fantastic, the guys were friendly and knowledgeable and wanted to make it perfect. Really took there time.
- Shelly F....
ALomax Window & Door Co.
If you're looking for replacement windows or doors give them a call for a quote and ask for Donovan. Amazing experience from start to finish. Worked with Donovan on two projects and both went off without a hitch. Donovan is very low/no pressure sales, Lomax has great quality products (we used Andersen), exceptional installation and great prices! We had some very high end custom french doors installed in our master bedroom, not only was the price very attractive but the work to install these where there was not a door before was nothing short of amazing. Top quality workmanship and we are delighted with our new doors and windows, but most with Donovan for his patience to explain all of our options and provide the best quote.
- Michael A....
ASolid Rock Custom Carpentry
Craig check the one wing of the door and said that it is definitely warped. He provided me with the instruction for my next steps (getting the new door from the Alpine lumber). He said that he does not charge the trip fee. I felt bad that he had a 20 minutes drive to my house and offered him at least $25 for the gas. He refused to take any money. He was very polite and professional. I will definitely use him in the future and recommend him to my friends.
- Jim B....
ARenewal by Andersen
It was about 8 weeks from contract to delivery. The job took six days to complete. It was a two man crew most of the time. They used a shop vacumn to contain dust as best they could. They took the blinds down and put them back up when finished. There was only one night that we had some blinds down while caulking dried. They cracked two tile when removing the old patio door. Fortunately, we had spare tiles and grout left over from construction, which they used to replace the broken tile. All work was completed at the contract price with no addtional charges. We did not pay anything until all work was completed. A few days later the handle on the door was loose. They came back right away and fixed it under warranty. The windows have not been tested with rain yet. We had 35+ mph winds on Dec 31st. Considering the gale force winds, the windows seem to be performing well. They look good, and are stout, solid windows.
- Paul W....