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Phone: (303) 920-0175 Fax: (303) 255-3976 455 W 115th Ave Unit 5, Denver, CO 80234
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Business ManagementMs. Kathleen Lundeen, President/Owner Mr. Clyde Lundeen, Vice President/Co-Owner
Windows Windows - Egress Siding Contractors Doors
Alternate Business NamesWindows America of Colorado, Inc.
We offer Fiber Cement, Vinyl & Steel Siding,
We offer Vinyl, Wood, Fiberglass & Composite Windows,
We offer Patio, French, Storm, Security & Entry Way Doors.
Do not confuse this company with Windows America located in Wheatridge, Colorado they have separate ownership.
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Complaint: we had all our windows replac** and most of them are drafty. If you hold a match in front of each window it flickers because of the draft that is coming through the window. Only half of the windows were measur** properly, and this is clear considering how much extra caulk had to be us** to get the windows to fit and we lost one to two inches on each side because of how poorly they were measur**. One window is extremely crook**. These are brand new windows and we have to stuff a towel in the sill to stop the cold air from coming in. We feel our wood windows from 1987 were better quality and certainly better install than these current windows. The salesman also us** the pitch that we were getting a great deal, because we were piggy backing on an order for a new development and he had to get the order in imm**iately. I have seen from previous complaints that this pitch was us** before.
Desired Settlement: For the owner of the business to contact me and see the extremely poor measuring and installation job. I would also like him or her to see how drafty our windows are.
Better Business Bureau February 18, 2016
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Complaint: MAY 0 6 RECD Better Business Bureau May 3, 2014 Re: New Windows for America, 455 W. 115th Ave., Denver, CO 80234 1020 Cherokee Street Denver, CO 80204, More than six months have passed since I signed a contract October 30, 2013 with New Windows for America, at which time they received $3800. cash, over half the amount of the contract for seven replacement windows. It is still an unresolved problem. I want prospective customers to know of the poor business practices of the company. I will not be referring anyone to them. Their salesman made assurances that were not met, especially with respect to timing and completion. He urged us to get our order in quickly, so that he could couple the seven windows with a bulk order submitted that week, in order to get us a better price. That was a mls-representation, since I later learned from the manufacturer, Sherwood of Hamilton, Ohio, that the order was not placed until early December. They used our money elsewhere, interest-free. I wanted them to have plenty of time to get the windows shipped, so scheduled installation for December 2, 2013. Telling me the windows hadn't arrived, they rescheduled for December 22, then December 26. That is when I decided to check with the manufacturer. Meanwhile in November, furniture had all been moved Into the bedroom and the hot tub emptied, so that the windows could be accessed for the change-out. Installation finally occurred March 7, but not without problems. Some carpentry was needed to close bug-catching spaces around each fixed window, work done correctly March 28, 2014. Then it was found that the screens did not fit, but were bowed and some fell into the room, letting our in-door cats escape. The compression buttons would not stay in place, falling out of any frame upon removal. Their hard-working repairman came back and measured one frame for screen re-sizing. So when he returned days later, the rest of the frames, being dis-similar, had to be remeasured for fitting. I complained to Vinylmax (Sherwood Co.) that In-shop quality assurance is lacking. Over a month later, on re-installation May 2, I think we have satisfactory windows and screens that will stay in place against the wind, but I lack full confidence. Over six months from the time we drained the hot tub to make it possible to stand In it, and moved furniture for the window replacement, perhaps now we can get the house back in operation. It has been a stressful time and a hardship, especially for my wife, who has needed the hot tub for therapy for her MD. The grandkids could not make use of it either, a popular facility in the winter months. Order *** NXXXXX We paid the second half, $3,756. by credit card on March 3, but hours later when it became apparent that the screens were unsatisfactory, we promptly initiated a dispute for that amount. The screens were not acceptable because they fell out of the windows during the first night in use. Sherwood called it a warrantee issue, which I disputed with them. The screens seem to be firmly installed now, but I find I must continue to withhold the payment because New Windows for America has mis-represented the job to American Express as warrantee repair. A warrantee does not start until an acceptable product Is out in place. To accept their interpretation would mean no warrantee would be honored in future. I will not be satisfied, declare a resolution nor release the payment until I get written assurance that no warrantee has been exercised yet, and that they will honor the warrantees for both windows and screens. Such shady treatment gives me no certainty that a warrantee from them has value, and others should know that they may expect trouble at any turn from New Windows for America. Throughout this long period of innumerable telephone calls and re-set appointments, there has been no acknowledgement of mis-management nor compassion for our prolonged inconvenience, no apology from the principals of that family-run business. On two occasions, I suggested that If Klyde, the owner values his business, he should come out to talk with us. to no avail. I accidentally got his wife on the phone once. She offered no comforting recognition of responsibility either. The son, Matt was present May 2, but seemed interested mainly in the trouble it gave his firm and In getting paid. To be sure, some blame is on Sherwood Co., whose designs are imperfect and whose quality assurance is deficient. If window frames are all slightly different, screens need to be tailored, matched and marked appropriately to save installer's labors. I would conclude that it has required an inordinate amount of patience and persistence to attain a good final installation, and New Windows for America does not deserve referrals. We have had much better experience with such suppliers as Renewal by Anderson, and at comparable prices. Perhaps a very substantial rebate from the firm would change my feelings of mis-use. Cc: Sherwood and Windows for America ***** ** **** **** ** ***** ***** ******* ** XXXXX
Desired Settlement: Perhaps a very substantial rebate from the firm would change my feelings of mis-use.
Business Response: â€œA Better Way To Buy Windows" 455 W. 115th Ave. Unit #5 Denver, 00 80234 PH 303-920-0175 FAX 303-255-3976 1-877-WINDOWS ***** & ******** **** **** ** **** **** ******* ** XXXXX *****, I am in receipt of your email about the problems incurred with your window order. I agree that I should have personally reached out to you long before now. Please accept my Personal apology for all the inconveniences you have so patiently put up with throughout this process. In the first paragraph of your e-mail you mention that there is still an unresolved problem. After talking to the office and service personnel, we are not award of an existing problem. I will be contacting you and if there are any issues now or in the future please be assured that they will be taken care of immediately. I wanted to specifically address a couple issues in your e-mail. First is the Issue regarding your deposit. It is our policy to ask for a deposit because the windows are custom made for your project and once the orders are placed the windows are non-cancelable. Without the deposit there is a chance that something may happen and the customer cannot follow through with the contract. We still have to pay for the windows. Second, during the initial installation you had requested that we set the 3-section window all the way to the inside of the opening despite our recommendation that the window be set to the exterior as originally planned. After the Installation it was requested by you that we remove and reset the window as originally suggested. We were also informed that you were not happy with the design of the fixed window. We returned and reinstalled the window and also added matching oak to modify the design to your satisfaction. Third, at the time of the reinstall you had asked us to tighten the screen mesh so there was no slack in the mesh. I believe when this was done we might have made the mesh too tight which resulted in what we call hour glassing. This is what I believe caused the poor fit with the screens. We reordered screens from the factory and when we attempted to install they did not fit properly. We decided to order screen rail from the factory and make new screens in our shop to assure proper fit. I believe this solved the problem. With all this being said there is no excuse for the problems incurred on your project. We talked on Monday May 12th about how we could make this up to you and you suggested a $1,000.00 refund. After reviewing all the facts I agree a refund for your inconvenience is in order. I would like to offer you a $750.00 refund along with the assurance that If you ever have any issues we will handle them at no cost to you. Also if there are any issues with window parts they will be replaced at no cost to you. I hope this will help make up for the delays and inconveniences. Please don't ever hesitate to call me Personally with any questions or concerns. Sincerely, Clyde J. Lundeen Cell # 303-249-4428 5/8/2014 for AMERICA new WINDOWS