I spend a lot of my off time with my dog, Ellie. She is wonderful therapy for me; is great listener, and an outstanding companion. The other day, while giving her a jet ski ride around the lake (that activity and pheasant hunting top her list of fun time events), I realized that I had actually learned a bunch from my four legged best friend and that knowledge, and the logic associated with it go hand in hand in this industry.
Dance with the one that brought you. OK, cheap cliche’ but in a dog’s life it is very appropriate. Some dogs are born for laps, others for a field. Some are trained as public servants, others are happy to brighten the day of a home-bound elderly person. Each of them becomes passionate about what they’ve been blessed with, and does not judge what others may have. They are happy in their world.
Now apply the same “happy” logic to a new window. When we rip a hole in a wall, and stick a window into it, we are “all in” with a large casino-like bet. Think about it, we want an outstanding photographic connection with the outdoors that allows the sunlight to penetrate. We expect the window to add refreshing air, but yet keep out rain. Insects are out, thermal efficiency is in. We want the the sun to warm us in the winter months, but yet limit that warmth in summer. It needs to keep our children, pets, and other family members safe, and all of this needs to be accomplished within a budget.
We work on all types of houses, and install windows into all types of openings. We too are passionate about the remodeling process. Sure, we’d love every opening to be perfectly square, with no issues, however, I can assure you that we will adapt to our setting. We apply Ellie logic to every window that we install, and can guarantee that your new window, will be very “happy” in it’s new setting.