Is it bad to have a non transferable window and door warranty? No, it’s not bad. However, having a transferable warranty does mean that the current owner of the home can transfer the warranty to the next owner.Read More
Warranties are riddled with complex, technical jargon that may be challenging to understand, but they are carefully written to protect you and the manufacturer.
There are several types of protections available for purchase or that come with a product. However, there is a common confusion when differentiating a warranty versus a guarantee.Read More
What means the most to you when you’re shopping? Is it a company’s values, customer service, product quality, or product effectiveness and efficiency? At EAS, we hold ourselves accountable for all of the above...and then some.
There are many quality companies to buy from, but they may not always offer a holistic solution for your needs.Read More
Having warranty protection for your window and door installations is just one of many ways to ensure you have peace of mind.
Every warranty is riddled with different variations and dependent on the manufacturer and dealer.
Some may offer a two-year warranty on one product and a limited lifetime warranty on another; though, the a limited lifetime warranty is the most common warranty offered through a window and door manufacturer.Read More
Why would you choose a brand name product over the generic option? Because quality counts, especially when it comes to your home installations.
You could have a chintzy window that has a minimal upfront cost, but in the long run you’ll spend more on energy bills and possible hurricane damage repair than if you installed a high-performance window or door from the start.Read More