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Door Installation reviews in Evansville

  • A
    They were there when they said they would be. They finished earlier than they said they would. The quality of the product was exactly as they said it was. The crew was very polite and social. They cleaned everything when they were finished so aside from the new windows, you would never have known they were there.
    - Tanya M.
  • A
    The Carpentry artist that did the work on our windows and doors was respectful, friendly and tidy.  He protected my floors with mats and throws and cleaned up after himself regularly. He was efficient and accurate with his measurements and cuts with the results of a beautiful front door and 2 awesome windows.  We were very happy with the work done.  We chose to use Thebco because their price was competitive and we'd had work done by them before and were happy.  They also stand behind their work as we've experienced also.  Yes. Definitely call them.
    - M. Rebecca G.
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    We went with Ganser because I was very impressed with the Infinity line of windows. After looking at other products we decided early on that this is what we wanted, and Ganser Company is the exclusive installer in this area. Plus they have a good reputation for quality work and that's what we wanted. If we wanted cheap, pedestrian windows and sloppy workmanship we could have gotten the cost down to 25-50% of what we paid. OK, others might not have slopy workmanship but you can't get these windows at Menards or Home Depot. Or even Lowes! LOL. So we went to the showroom a few years back when we were just in the thought process. We knew we would have to save a boatload of money to afford these, so we saved and kept plastic-ing over the original, terrible windows in our 20 yr old (at this writing) Wausau home.
    Marc Ganser came in after that initial visit a few years back and gave us an estimate, so we'd know roughly what we were looking at. It gave us a lot to think about and research to see if anything out there could sway us. After really looking at info that's out there and having 3 other products I felt might compare to Infinity by Marvin, we resigned ourselves to not really the and quot;factand quot; but to our belief that Infinity was the best out there.
    Marc was a very capable and thoughtful estimator and gave us a few ideas we really liked. He had to come in again because that original estimate was so old. We both had a few new ideas and because of rising material (window) and labor costs, the new estimate was quite a bit higher than the original. They were having a sale last fall and that did help a bit. But the costs were much higher than we had anticipated, which is why I really can only give a and quot;Cand quot; mark on the price ratings. But I am naturally cheap (forget thrifty or frugal, folks, I am tight as bark on a tree, LOL) but I knew we really wanted the best we could get and still believe you get what you pay for. Skip the steak, get a $1.00 burger at McD's, and use the savings to buy the best window you can afford. Words to live by, as long as your cholesterol level can stand it. OK enough about that, back to the windows.
    The job was delayed about 2 months due to the unusually harsh winter we've had.Originally thought to happen before Christmas, happened more like mid-February when we had a slight let-up. The crew was set to arrive at 8am, they were there nice and early, the biggest window was out by 8:01am, I like that. (were there about 730am). I had taken the day off so I could watch the proceedings. I turned the thermostat down to about 50, a few times I could even see my breath inside the house, but the guys just kept after it and had what was supposed to be a 3 day job done in less than 2. Crew was very conscientious about keeping the house clean inside and out. It even snowed a little both days (about an inch each day) and did a great job of keeping their own runners down on the floors where ever they needed to work and keeping packing litter thrown in the dumpster. I can get a bit stir crazy just hanging out and watching and the crew had no problem with me wanting to at least drag the old windows, etc to the dumpster (which they provided). I appreciated that they didn't try to tell me and quot;you can't do thatand quot; when I really needed something to do.
    The crew they assigned to my job also had a few other guys come to our house. On the first day the patio door wouldn't fit on the truck, another foreman called my foreman to see if he needed help, and he said he could bring the patio door down, so he did that and actually went ahead and put it in, which is I'm sure why the job got done so much faster. Great teamwork, I love seeing this stuff, and quot;strike when the iron is hotand quot; is good thinking when the weather has been so off and on. The foreman on my team was Trooper, I think the other one was Mark, I don't remember the names of the other workers, there was so much going on and I'm sorry I can't name them all, but they were all really good workers, not taking breaks every time you turn around, not talking on phones (or if they were it seemed to be business, but at any rate some people seem to have phones constantly pasted to their ears and it's a distraction); these guys seemed to be in to what they were doing almost all the time and were working well by themselves if they had to or as a team if they needed to. JUST what I had expected, just what I would expect if I owned the place. I also appreciated that they gave thoughtful answers to the few questions I had and a few times just pointed out stuff they thought I should know. I think they realized this was a big deal to me, and sometimes you just feel like you need to see the window being cut out that we had been looking through for 20 years.
    So we feel we got a great product and great service by quality people. You do have to pay a pretty hefty sum for that these days, but you do get what you pay for.
    - Dan G.
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