WHEN IT COMES TO WINDOWS, WE’RE TRANSPARENT

There are a LOT of options out there when it comes to purchasing new windows.

Options range from under a hundred dollars to thousands per window.

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How does one decide?

OPTION ONE:  Go with an “established” window company that spends a lot on advertising and convinces you to purchase more window than you need.  Have you heard the one about the “law of diminishing returns?”

OPTION TWO: Go with a discount window company that promises you great windows for about a hundred dollars.  Have you heard the one about “you get what you pay for?”

OPTION THREE: go with a company that knows what they’re doing, and will be honest with you.

At Corbin, we take the “pane” out of shopping for windows. We guide you through the maze of options and make the process easy – we emphasize VALUE, not price.  Our lines of windows are specifically designed to deliver just that – great value for whatever your budget may be. 

We will not oversell you or undersell you.  We are not interested in being the least expensive window company in the industry; we are committed to be the most honest and forthcoming about what really matters when you make this important investment in your home. 

Give us a call.  You won’t regret it.

CALL Corbin at:  651.760.3116

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