Herndon, VA, October 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Consumers are always looking for a deal, but that doesn’t always mean getting the best value. “Buying the lowest cost window could possibly be the most expensive purchase a home owner may make, compared to a super window.” states Scott Thompson of AAA Quality Home Improvements.
Buying a super window is an investment, and the overwhelming majority of homeowners are not good at selecting the best possible window that meet their real needs. The challenge is complicated due to the large selection of window manufactures, contractors, glass, framing, etc. Most homeowners are forced to make a decision with a high pressure, hard-close, and one-visit sales company. Now home owners have a tool that can help narrow down the selection. The Window Buying Guide and it is free from AAA Quality Home Improvement.
What does a Super Window look like? – Simple put, a Super Window is a triple pane window that has four layers of Low-E and the spaces in-between glass are filled with krypton gas. But that’s the rub, even though you will have six surfaces with a triple pane widow, the window is going to be very heavy. So a homeowner must look at purchasing a super window as an investment, not an expense. The frame must be robust and sturdy. Finally, the installer must be experienced.
AAA Quality Replacement Windows, LLC has been serving the Virginia-Maryland-Washington, D.C. area since 2001. We invite you to discover for yourself exactly how our products and services, in truth, are the best. We don’t take lightly any decision that involves improving your home. This is why we offer free in-home evaluations and inspections, and we never attempt to close you on our first visit. So you can feel comfortable and feel confident we are working for you. Call us direct at 703-707-0334 or visit http://www.tripleaquality.com