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Windows USA

Windows USA

(800) 272-2085

Windows USA

50 years in business
235 Sunshine Rd
Royal, AR 71968-9706
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (501) 767-4843
BBB File Opened: 01/01/2002
Business Started: 01/01/1967
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1967
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Mr. Mike Allbritton, Vice President
Business Category
  • Windows - Installation & Service
  • Construction & Remodeling Services
  • Doors

Additional Information
  • As of 12/28/01, the Arkansas Securities Department confirmed the firm's finance division maintained a Certificate of Authority, as required by law. There are no licensing requirements in the State of Arkansas for home improvement firms. However, othe...
  • As of 12/28/01, the Arkansas Securities Department confirmed the firm's finance division maintained a Certificate of Authority, as required by law. There are no licensing requirements in the State of Arkansas for home improvement firms. However, other states or localities may require such a license, or may require a building permit on a case-by-case basis. The Bureau encourages you to check with the appropriate agency in your area to be certain any requirements are currently being met. Additional Company Management: Bill Downhour, Vice President Johnifred Luker, Secretary to the President
  • The BBB suggests that you solicit two or three bids for any remodeling work you are planning. Don't automatically accept the lowest offer. Make sure all bids are based on the same set of specifications and materials to be used. Ask for references and inspect finished projects. Make sure the contractor is in compliance with all local licensing, bonding and insurance requirements and that any necessary building permits are obtained. Never sign a blank or partially blank contract. Before paying, get a sworn statement that all bills for material and labor have been paid for by the contractor. Typically, a down payment of one third of the total contract price is made with additional payments made after completion of each phase of work; final payment should not be made until work is completed and you have inspected the work. If the work is to be financed, be sure to have completed details of the financing agreement, especially if a second mortgage of your home is used as security for the remodeling work.

Products & Services
This company does business in 20 states-Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas-through contracted agents, and is headquartered in Royal, Arkansas.
Alternate Business Names
  • Erickson Supply & Construction Co., Inc.
  • U.S. Window Finance Corporation

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BBB Reason for Ratings

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Based on BBB files, this business has a BBB Rating of No Rating. The reason is as follows:
Based on the files of the Better Business Bureau in Little Rock, AR, this company has a satisfactory record. To have a satisfactory record with the Bureau, a company must be in business for at least 12 months, properly and promptly, address matters referred to it by the Bureau, and be free from an unusual volume or pattern of complaints and law enforcement action involving its marketplace conduct. In addition, the Bureau must have a clear understanding of the company's business and no concerns about its industry. Any complaints received in the 20 states in which the company does business are handled by the firm's headquarters in Arkansas. Complaints processed by the Arkansas BBB in its three-year reporting period have been resolved. For a full report, contact the BBB located in Little Rock, AR at (501) 664-7274 or www.arkansas.bbb.org.

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Windows USA