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  • A
    Everything went great and the windows are awesome!

    We looked at a lot of different windows and providers and have to say nothing compared to the Soft-Lite windows and patio door for quality and price. We looked at Pella which is a good product but in no way were any better with quality just a lot more expensive! 

    Omaha Door and Windows did a great job making sure we were happy and got what we wanted and did a wonderful job with the install.

    I would recommend Omaha Door and Window and Soft-Lite windows anytime! :)
    - Linda B.
  • D
    Contacted Jim for an estimate and he was very prompt and professional. I had about 4 or 5 contractors estimate and Jim's was the most expensive, but was exactly what I wanted: Hand dig hole to drain tiles install window and well and fill entire hole with rock. Other contractors wanted to use machinery to dig the hole and/or not dig all the way to the drain tiles. I called some of Jim's clients and even visited a house where he installed two egress windows. I signed the contract. That was the last time I ever saw Jim. I talked to him several times, but neither he nor his helper (can't remember his name), ever came by again to inspect the work of the sub-contractors. About a week or two later machinery was parked in front of my house and left over the weekend. Unfortunately, I have a jerk for a neighbor and he called the police on the equipment. The police red-tagged the Bobcat. I contacted Jim and he was unable to move the Bobcat because he didn't have the keys. The police came the next day and asked me to move the Bobcat again, and I explained that I couldn't. Anyway, the Bobcat and skid-loader were impounded. Jim indicated via e-mail that he was now considering not doing the job and that I could "buy" the materials he had bought from him. He eventually calmed down and agreed to continue the job. The guys that came and dug the hole worked hard and did a good job. Once they left though, the hole sat for several days, but if you remember, last year was very rainy. The hole extended out far enough that I was concerned that a good rain would cause the "river" between my house and my neighbor's house would dump into the hole. I had to buy sandbags to put around the hole to prevent this. The sub-contractors arrived to cut the hole in the basement wall, but they had a lot of problems. Lucky for me I had put plastic up in the basement because the concrete chainsaw they used spit LOTS of water. I had to mop up probably 6 times while they were working. I'm talking a 10' x 10' area completely covered in standing water. They couldn't cut through the rebar in the wall and after I repeatedly offered my angle grinder, they finally used it and it cut it easily. Once that was cut, they attempted to pull the rebar out by pulling it back and forth and I had to stop them because it was attached at the top of the foundation. When they were done cutting the hole out (it took a full day), I suggested that they should fill the blocks with cement. They thought that was a good idea (should I be telling them this?). They said this was the first "one of these" they had done. Jim told me he had done a lot of these, but unfortunately, this sub-contractor had never done one. They installed the window and the well. I measured the window and it was not up to code for an egress window. I let Jim know and he at first told me it was my fault because I changed the original dimensions we agreed on. First of all, it was a minor change and the original window dimensions didn't pass code either. Jim originally reassured me that the window manufacturer would validate that the window was big enough. I finally went to Builder's Supply and found a window that would pass inspection. The sub-contrator installed it. The window wasn't sealed well, so I had to recaulk it. I also noticed that it didn't shut well, so I had the contractor come back out and straighten it. I was so worn out after this experience I waited 4 months to start my basement remodel. Once I started framing, I found that the window was still crooked, so I had to remove the whole window and reinstall it. Premier never resodded the side of my yard as was specifically stated in the contract either. I get a sick feeling in my stomach every time I think of this experience.
    - Robert C.
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