Why Accolade Windows and Doors?
Window replacement is an important investment and can be frustrating if not done correctly. We have perfected the replacement process so that you have a seamless experience.
Most customers don’t start out knowing that much about windows, patio doors, or siding. Most just know they’re tired of looking at the problems they’ve been ignoring and have finally want to address them.
Today’s insulated windows and patio doors, regardless of make/model are significantly better performers than the 20-plus-year-old ones we typically replace.
We find that the differences among products that matter most to customers come down to design: What are the frame material selections, dimensions, build quality, configuration and color options? These are the factors that determine price and style. If you want to go deep on product technicals we are happy to provide and discuss the product data. We aim to shoot straight, arming you with enough decision-making information, but not so much you’re overloaded.
We want to understand what your house is like and what your hopes for the exterior of your home are. We get excited about the possibilities that investing in your home’s exterior appearance bring. And we make it our mission to help you get as close to your ideal change as we possibly can.
There’s also an aesthetic element to installation of windows and doors that should be appreciated. Finish work can make or break your satisfaction with the outcome of your project. A plumb, level and true installation is vital for each window to function properly, but a technically correct installation with sloppy caulk-work, mortar or casing is an eyesore that doesn’t accomplish the objectives of most homeowners investing in replacement products.
From an installation standpoint, the know-how for installing siding is critical to its function. By far the favored siding products in Texas are made of fiber cement from James Hardie. Their extensive line of product profiles, trim and color options lend the authenticity and character of wood products while eliminating so many of the problematic aspects associated with wood siding and trim. And while fiber cement comes closest to approximating its wooden counterpart, it doesn’t install like wood does and is a technically demanding to install correctly and unforgiving of incorrect installation technique. That’s why we monitor our siding installations so closely to ensure that James Hardie best practices for installation are adhered to consistently for beauty that lasts.