Buying new double glazing replacement windows and doors, now choose a subject about the home improvement:
And now for the BIG story about double glazing in my 'buyer beware' set of pages:
You would be in speechless and in shocked disbelief to hear what my customers tell me when I see their problems, and when I ask them why they are not claiming under guarantee from the firm that fitted the job, and I am talking well known almost 'household' names here: "They said they have been taken over - and it is a different company now and they have not taking over the guarantees" - "They said they have merged with their parent company..." - "They have been bought out and are now owned by..." - "They are now part of the so and so group...", etc.
So, look into the "well respected?" name you have 'heard of' and think you 'know', you may be very surprised at just who has regurgitated themselves (often leaving customers and suppliers high and dry) not once, but several times in some cases:
I can only say that if you should initially take the bait and fall for the carrot the advertising offer promises, then get a maybe 'classroom trained' salesperson round (I know - he SAID he was the manager and not on commission), and you then sign up after having read my pages exposing the scams, then you have only get yourself to blame. My scam exam test tells you far more about any individual estimate than my buyer beware pages ever can because I have had to generalise very much on my website. Once you have put your estimate through the free test and had your results, you can then get an individual full five page written report for a modest cost, and this should complete ALL the information you will need to be really clued-in before you make any really important decisions.
Be a mug if you like, and if you are the type of person who can easily be taken for a ride then ignore my pages, or do it my way with an education on the subject, and get clued so you can get a result so much better than you ever imagined, that is before you 'met' me!
If you have a problem with a company and they are a member of the GGF club (Glass & Glazing Federation) you can complain about them here: http://www.ggf.co.uk/complaints.phtml
Any other problems may be able to be fast tracked to a satisfactory conclusion by visiting: