GreenTex recently installed replacement windows in Georgetown, TX for the Saenz family. Prior to finding us, Mr. & Mrs. Saenz had replaced a few of their windows, and were planning to finish the job in the next few years. They experienced a huge decrease in their energy costs just from replacing a few windows, however, the cost of the new windows was very high, and they were not installed properly. The family was dreading getting the rest done until they found GreenTex!
GreenTex came out to do an estimate for the remaining windows and the family was shocked when they heard the price. We were able to give them better quality windows while also saving thousands of dollars! After accepting our proposal, GreenTex replaced their old windows with custom made, EnergyStar rated windows with our unmatched service guarantee and warranty package.
The family was thrilled with the installation process. GreenTex was significantly more thorough and detail oriented than their previous installation experience. We disposed of their old windows, installed the replacement windows, and then made sure every area we worked in was spotless. During the process we noticed the seals around the windows we did not replace were not done properly, so we touched those up free of charge to ensure the family would see the maximum benefit from those new windows!
Highlights of replacement windows in Georgetown, TX
- EnergyStar rated, Vinyl Windows
- Full Screens
- Haul away and disposal of old windows
- Full cleaning of jobsite
- Double Lifetime Warranty
Quote From Customer:
“We committed to GreenTex to complete our window project and it has been a great experience. The quality of the workmanship and product exceeded our expectations. We had a great experience with the entire staff, from the owner down to the installation crew, and they even fixed the seals that were done improperly from the previous installation. Our house looks wonderful and feels so open with the new windows. We definitely recommend GreenTex. Everyone has been great to work with.”
-Sgt. Frank Saenz