With spring here just around the corner, do you really want to spend another six months cooling off the outside? Now is the time to get your heating and cooling costs in check. That means replacing your windows – and paying a visit to Camden County’s Window Factory.
The Haddon Heights-based company, which has been offering quality products and outstanding service at reasonable prices for more than 42 years, is owned and operated by the Merryfield family, who handles everything from manufacturing to sales to installation. Everyone at Window Factory is committed to supplying homeowners with top quality replacement windows that offer durability, beauty, convenience and value. In fact, nothing gets installed in your home that wouldn’t be installed in any of the Merryfield homes.
“We all care about what we do,” says Jack Merryfield, Jr. “We take pride in what goes on here because it is a reflection of our family.”
The company’s line of vinyl windows is called VEKA, a top-grade product available in double-hung replacement windows, casements, bays, bows and sliders. Every window is custom-manufactured and features fully insulated, double-pane construction, a tilt-in mechanism for easy cleaning and double locks for added security. VEKA windows come in both white and almond shades, which complements just about any home’s exterior. The color is embedded within the vinyl, which guarantees it against peeling, scratching and flaking.
Unlike typical replacement window products that are only available in a limited number of standard sizes, Window Factory windows are tailored to fit the openings in your home. “No matter what the size or style, every window we sell and install comes with a lifetime material-and-labor guarantee,” says Jack Jr. “The insulated glass we use comes with a 20-year guarantee.”
Window Factory manufactures all of its products on-premises, and because there is no middleman involved, orders are normally filled within three weeks, less than half the time it would take to go through a typical retailer. “If there is ever a problem, our experienced service technicians will come to your home and make the necessary adjustments,” says Jack Jr. “It’s that simple.”
The company also prides itself on carrying only the highest quality manufacturers, so clients feel like they have the extensive quality and variety they are looking for across many different projects. If you’re in the market for new patio doors, you can entirely change the look of a space with Andersen products, which are available in both French and sliding versions. Low-e glass in the doors not only saves you money on your utility bills but also protects your family against harmful UV rays.
If you’re ready to take on a larger project and give your house the makeover you’ve always wanted, Window Factory technicians are experts in the installation of vinyl siding. When you’re ready to begin your project, a Window Factory expert will come out to your home with samples and a large portfolio of completed projects. They’ll discuss the scope of the project, and draw up a detailed estimate that establishes expectations, so that there are never any unpleasant surprises.
As with all Window Factory products, homeowners can also have confidence they are doing something to their homes that is built to last. “In most cases, our vinyl siding is guaranteed for the lifetime of the original owner against manufacturing defects,” says Jack Jr. “If you go to sell your home, the siding is guaranteed from the date of installation for 50 years. Those types of warranties are a good example of the level of service we insist upon for our customers.”
Whether you’re picking out a single window or giving your home an entire facelift, looking to take advantage of the federal rebate or to take action to truly insulate and revitalize your home, Window Factory can transform the look of your space. From the inside or out, you’ll enjoy the view.
For more information or to schedule an appointment for an in-home consultation, call (856) 546-5050 or visit NewWindowFactory.com.
1500 Kings Highway, Haddon Heights
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 1 (March, 2012).
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