12/04/2015Conservation Construction of Texas
The windows in our home, single layer glass with aluminum frames, were original to the house from 1963. Although all still opened if necessary, the plastic strips securing the panes were all quite brittle and easily broken. We had for some time been considering having them replaced with the newer double pane types. So when Conservation Construction called and wanted to give us an estimate, we said come ahead.For various reasons, we wanted the job done in two stages, first front and then rear. They were happy to schedule it this way. The first crew took pains to minimize the mess inside the house as they progressed. The only hitch was some damage to the azaleas at the bay window, which the company took care of. Unlike some other contractors we have heard about, they cleaned up inside and out and hauled off all of the old windows, leaving the exterior looking the same as before they arrived, except of course with great looking new windows.The rear of the house was done by a different crew about four months later. They behaved the same as the first crew, and when done also left the premises in good condition. Each job increment was started and completed in one day.Although I haven't yet done a heating or cooling cost analysis, I am sure that there is an improvement. The noise from outside is significantly reduced, especially from BW8 which is only about a block west of the house with nothing but our rear fence and a parking lot between us and it. My home-office on the west side of the house, which has one of the larger window exposures and no shade in the afternoons, is no longer chilly in the winter and a little warm in the afternoons in summer. As we approach the first anniversary of the first increment, we have had no issues with any of the windows.
Hey guys and gals I like to pass on good things so here is a good thing. 2 weeks ago I had my house insulated in attic with R38 rated insulation 11 inches thick. First time in 38 years I have been comfortable in house. during cold weather. The company, Payless Insulation, did a terrific job and at a super good price. The guys were efficient, courteous and did a great job. Cleaned up after work done and made sure I inspected to see if it met my approval.If any of you need this done, contact me and I can give you detail. I can tell you it made a world of difference. Heater runs about half of what it used to and house stays warm. I can only guess that in summer, it will certainly reduce electric bill.I highly recommend these folks. Real professionalsJERRY MARBURGER4130 DaycoHouston, TX 77092713-579-9326
09/06/2013Gulf Coast Window & Energy Products Inc
As an Real Estate Agent at Greenwood King, I deal with service companies everyday regarding bids and scheduling repair service for my clients. I can honestly say I was especially impressed with Gulf Coast Windows service and amazing follow-through. I can't say that about most other service companies. Gulf Coast jumped through hoops last minute for us and delivered great service. I am especially appreciative GCW's sales associate, Jeff Allen, for his hard work and incredible professionalism. He saved the day and make my clients very happy. I will continue to refer Gulf Coast Windows to other agents, friends, clients and anyone else as they are the BEST & MOST RELIABLE IN THEIR FIELD.
04/03/2015Conservation Construction of Texas
From the knowledgeable salesperson, Gail, the professionalism of the install crew, to the totally awesome windows, my experience with Conservation Construction was terrific. I had done a lot of research, and knew the price they were giving me was fair, there was no high pressure to go over my budget, and I am loving the natural light without temperature transfer! I would recommend Conservation Construction to anyone looking for new, energy efficient windows. Sue Giles, Houston TX