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    Folkers Window Co
    What can I say except that Folkers is by far one of the best companies there is in this area. They���re 27+ years in business pays testament to that fact. They installed a new entry impact resistant door to our house. From the sales, to the installation, painting the entry the exact color we wanted to the final inspection was nothing short of outstanding. Two years ago we had them install impact resistant windows as well. That was the reason we hired them again. And received a military discount to boot. If you want quality work at a great price and knowing they stand behind their products, then you can���t go wrong.
    - terrence h.
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    Affordable Repairs&Renovations Ron Warren
    Outstanding! I tried to hire him about a year later and he was so busy I couldn't get on his calendar. Quality and rapid work. I gave him a long "punch list" of things that needed to be done in my house and he competed everything in a day!
    - carl a.
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    Branik Construction
    I would recommend Branik Construction to all my friends and family. Very professional, great workmanship, very personable. I have no complaints about our contractor. He has gone out of his way to make this process as painless as possible.
    - Tama B.
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    VENTANA USA
    I contracted with Absolute Storm Protection to install new doors (with a 10-year warranty) and windows in my townhouse.  I paid half down ($16,000).  Unbeknownst to me ASP ordered only the frames from Ventana.  They purchased their own glass and took a spray gun to the doors.  When they were installed the paint was horrid and chipping off.  The only way to fix the paint would be to somehow remove all the paint, powder coat them and repaint them.  Another contractor estimated it would be about $2-3,000 per door to do that.
    The glass did not have the florida numbers on them because they were not rated doors, which I had specifically demanded to have and were not tinted as well as the windows.  (The windows were factory made by Simonton and are great.  Simonton sent me a lifetime warranty and stand by their product.) Upon researching I learned ASP is not licensed and not legal to install the doors. They refuse to do anything other than to slap another coat of paint on the doors.
    The doors are bowed.  They have been adjusted a number of times and continue to re-warp.  The only way to lock the doors is to have someone on the outside push on the top and bottom of the door and have someone on the inside lock them.  The handles are flimsy and and are breaking.  One broke off within 30 days of the installation.  I have written and telephoned Ventana numerous times.  The said they would send a new handle (but didn't) and offered to sell me their new painted frames for $7,000, supposedly their cost ($7000+). This required me to trust that the doors aren't bowed and the paint job is good, then to contract with someone to put the old subpar glass in them and install them. Plus it didn't seem right that they profited fully in the first transaction and then want me to pay them again for doors they were already paid for.  They refused to refund even a dime of my money and said I would have to work with Absolute because I'm not their customer.
    ASP is definitely the worst culprit in this problem, but the Ventana doors are faulty. I am filing a review both.  Do not trust Ventana doors. They are cheap and Ventana's warranty is worthless unless you buy directly from them...assuming it is worth anything even that way.  Absolute Storm Protection is illegally installing doors and windows, as I have been told by the county they are not licensed to do so anywhere in Florida. Their warranty is worthless too.  They too refuse to return any of my money.
    - Cherie O.
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    ABSOLUTE STORM PROTECTION
    I contracted with Absolute Storm Protection to install new doors (with a 10-year warranty) and windows in my townhouse.  I paid half down ($16,000).  Unbeknownst to me ASP ordered only the frames from Ventana, USA.  They purchased their own glass and took a spray gun to the doors.  When they were installed the paint was horrid and chipping off.  The only way to fix the paint  would be to somehow remove all the paint, powder coat them and repaint them.  Another contractor estimated it would be about $2-3,000 per door to do that.
    The glass did not have the florida numbers on them because they were not rated doors, which I had specifically demanded to have and were not tinted as well as the windows.  (The windows were factory made by Simonton and are great.  Simonton sent me a lifetime warranty and stand by their product.) Upon researching I learned ASP is not licensed and not legal to install the doors. Their installation was awful and I had to pay another contractor to repair and hide their shabby construction. ASP refused to do anything other than to slap another coat of paint on the doors.
    The doors are bowed.  They have been adjusted a number of times and continue to re-warp.  The only way to lock the doors is
    to have someone on the outside push on the top and bottom of the door and have someone on the inside lock them.  The handles
    are flimsy and and are breaking.  One broke off within 30 days of the installation.  
    I have written and telephoned Ventana numerous times about their 10-year warranty.  They said they would send a new handle (but didn't) and offered to sell me their new painted frames for $7,000, supposedly their cost ($7000+). This required me to trust that the doors aren't bowed and the paint job is good, then to contract with someone to put the old subpar glass in them and install them. Plus it didn't seem right that they profited fully in the first transaction and then want me to pay them again for doors they were already paid once.  They refused to refund even a dime of my money and said I would have to work with Absolute because I'm not their customer.
    ASP is definitely the worst culprit in this problem, but the Ventana doors are faulty. I am filing a review on both.  Do not trust Ventana doors. They are cheap and Ventana's warranty is worthless unless you buy directly from them...assuming it is worth anything even that way. Absolute Storm Protection is illegally installing doors and windows, as I have been told by the county they are not licensed to do so anywhere in Florida. And the doors and windows don't pass Florida code. Their warranty is worthless too. Plus they will now demand you pay them 80% of the contract before they will install anything, so you won't know how bad the doors and installation are until you are out most of your money.
    - Cherie O.
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    I Can Do That Home Maintenance and Repair
    I left him a voice mail on a Sunday.  He called back on Monday morning and came to assess the job the same day.  he measured for the doors.  He picked the doors up when they were ready and in stalled them as agreed..
    - tom w.
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    Folkers Window Co
    When we bought our house on Santa Rosa Sound in 2008, it had no storm protection of any kind. We immediately set about looking at options. Folkers was one of several companies we called to give us estimates. A few of them were a bit baffled by how to deal with putting shutters on a house that had so many different types and sizes of windows (some of them difficult to access) while others of them simply didn't show up for scheduled appointments, or came once to look at the house and never got back with us.
    Folkers was smart and sent their best spokesperson, Linda to come see us. Not only was Linda the most well versed in all of the available options, she was knowledgeable in explaining how a hurricane works to destroy a home. Most importantly, Linda took the time to get to know us and realize that we spend a great deal of time traveling for business, and that we can't come home on a moment's notice to install shutters. Linda helped us to determine that from both a storm safety and security standpoint, our best investment would be impact glass.
    At first we were nervous about undertaking such a major, expensive project. Linda helped us to break the project up into three phases, focusing on our home's most vulnerable areas first. 
    Folkers has now completed 2 of the 3 phases of converting our entire home to impact glass, including the installation of a beautiful full etched glass front door, transom, and sidelights that have completely changed the look of our home.  We could not be happier with the service or the quality of workmanship we have received. The crew comes and systematically removes and replaces one window at a time. When they are gone, other than the beautiful new windows, you wouldn't know you had just undergone a major renovation, for they leave no trace....not so much as a chip in the paint around any window. They even re-installed all of the blinds. In addition to giving us peace of mind, the impact glass reduces glare and noise from outside, and has significantly reduced our energy costs. 
    3/26/13 - Update! Folkers just installed a beautiful new sliding door and transom to replace an 8x8 slider. The work was meticulous and the difference to the look of our living room is amazing. 
    The work Folkers has done for us has been phenomenal, and we highly recommend them to anyone who is looking to install new doors or windows.
    - Kimberly H.
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    Artisans Home Repair LLC
    Whether Jimmy came out himself or sent an employee we were happy with the end product.�� On one occasion we had additional concerns about a water filter they installed & they returned and fixed the minor problem under their warranty at no additional cost to us.�� Jimmy is really good at getting back to us on any concerns or problems we have had.�� He is very knowledgeable in his field and we are comfortable working with him.�� We like and trust Jimmy and would recommend him to anyone.
    - Pat D.
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    Folkers Window Co
    We stopped by Folkers' place of business in Pensacola and were given excellent service as far as information, answers to our questions, suggestions, etc. We decide to go ahead and use them, particularly because they had done hurricane shutters for us several years ago and we were quite happy with that job. As repeat customers, we were given a very nice discount on this new job. A representative came to our house promptly and took us through all the options as to types of windows, features, etc., in a friendly and thorough manner. He did some preliminary measuring and priced everything we decided to buy. The bottom line was quite a bit less than we had feared. 50% down was required and they do accept credit cards.

    Also prompt, courteous and efficient was the man who came to do the precision measurements. Two of our windows were just too small to replace, but we did hire them to replace the glass in the existing frames. That was done quickly and professionally, with no mess left behind.

    With 23 other windows to replace, as well as two doors, the bulk of the job took a day and a half, give or take an hour or so. On the first day, two guys in the morning and four in the afternoon got almost all the windows done, removing the old and installing the new.  The second day, a crew of four finished the windows and doors. Once again, the crews were punctual, polite, and efficient. They did a thorough job of cleaning up and replacing the window treatments that we had not removed ourselves. The old windows and all debris were removed. The new windows are so nice and clear, it's hard to tell they are closed. :-)

    The only flaw occurred with the screens. We had ordered fine-meshed fabric in an effort to keep out the tiny flying insects (no-see-ums) that have been annoying us. Unfortunately, most of the screens were made the wrong size. Folkers will have that taken care of as quickly as possible, and we were advised that we do not have to pay the balance of the total cost until the correct screens are delivered and installed.

    I rated the professionalism a B, although a B+ or A- would be most appropriate. The only reason is that the workers, like so many workers these days, kept a radio going all the time they were here. They did keep it outdoors, not inside, but as there was usually a door or window missing, the sound traveled indoors. I didn't enjoy what they listened to, although it was not offensive. And it was noisy enough already with the necessary power tools and other sounds related to the work. I think they would probably have turned it off if I had asked them to.
    - Sue F.
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    David Meyer Builder, Inc.
    Monetary and time line expectations were set and explained by the builder and those expectations were met as agreed in a smooth and timely manor. I look forward to doing business with David Meyer Builder again in the near future on another home renovation. 
    - Joseph V.
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