I am Window Man
I am The Window Man. I have the vision and mission to legitimize the home improvement industry and to put an end to unethical salesmanship. All too often I run into situations where chicanery and bribery have been used to finagle a sale out of an ill-informed customer at prices well exceeding the value of the particular product or service sold. And all too often I hear stories of sly contractors taking a customer’s money for a promised project and running. This is down right despicable. Something needs to be done. As The Window Man, this is my mission. I vow to put an end to these unethical practices. I vow to serve and protect you and guide you to your right decision.
I am here as a resource for you. I am here to offer you all the information you may need to make your decision because I value the fact it is your choice to say “yes” and no one other than you should have control over this choice.With strength and virtue, I am here to serve.
Service Area for Virginia Beach, VA:
The Window Man
1902 Virginia Beach Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
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I offer window and door products, and their installations, from almost every replacement window and new construction window and door manufacturor in the industry. I offer these windows and doors to Virginia Beach, VA. Search no further. If you feel you need three or four estimates, I will give them to you—I offer their products. If you want the best for less, I am here to serve. If you need help to see through the clutter of the others', I am here to serve. I am here to serveVirginia Beach, VA
- Vinyl Kraft
- Silver Line
- Thermal Industries
- Window Products:
- Double Hung Windows
- Sliding Windows
- Casement & Awning Windows
- Bay & Bow Windows
- Garden Windows
- Vinyl Windows
- Vinyl Siding
- Sliding Patio Doors
- Hinged Patio Doors
- Entry Doors
- French Doors
Trim, soffit, and exterior moldings can dress any ordinary home with a garment of aesthetic elegance and beauty. Exterior trim and house wraps can really make a statement, and a statement custom to your any desire. With a creative eye and the best artisans in the industry, The Window Man can help make your home into something special with a custom exterior trim and house wrap package.
The picture to the right shows a hand bent star burst crafted from one solid piece of aluminum. The fascia or trim show a custom crown molding also bent from a single, continuous piece of aluminum.
Work performed by Chris Dail
Exterior trim and house wraps also add another layer of protection to your home from the elements and will help make your home's exterior virtually maintenance free. And with everything The Window Man offers, exterior trim and house wrap packages are very reasonably priced. please call or fill out our online appointment form to schedule your trim and house wrap consultation today.
"When your home's beauty is the mission, I am bound to no boundaries and am limited to no limitations. I will sculpt your home into a masterpiece."
The Window Man is Here to Help
In our current situation, it is necessary that "we the people" take a stance to protect our jobs, our property, and most importantly our future. The subprime mortgage is no longer in the news; however, it is still having its large scale affects on our economy and general wellbeing, nationwide. The bailout supposedly fixed the banking industry, but yet banks still are not lending. Coupled with the loss of jobs and health insurance, people are still losing their homes, and this has caused our homes' values to dwindle. Instead of lending to the homeowner to help procure a more stable future, banks are using bailout money to trade amongst themselves making profits that are paid out in the form of bonuses to those who are already grossly rich. This is not acceptable.
The Window Man and Energy Star
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed a stimulus bill (The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) that made some significant changes to the energy efficiency tax credits. The highlights are:
The tax credits that were previously effective for 2009, have been extended to 2010 as well.
The tax credit has been raised from 10% to 30%.
The tax credits that were for a specific dollar amount (ex $300 for a CAC), have been converted to 30% of the cost.
The maximum credit has been raised from $500 to $1500 for the two years (2009–2010). However, some improvements such as geothermal heat pumps, solar water heaters, and solar panels are not subject to the $1,500 maximum.
The $200 cap on windows has been removed.
The Subprime Window