No matter whether it’s for a home or a business, investing in replacement windows can feel like a huge hassle for many. After all, there’s so much to consider. At the very basic level, there’s deciding how many windows to replace, which brand to can trust, what type or style to choose, and who to turn to for the installation. Of course, there’s even more to it than that. There are the functional and design aspects to the project, then there’s perhaps one of the lesser-thought-of stressors—the fact that new windows will have to meet the proper building codes. But as a home improvement contractor, you can take care of that side of things for your customers simply by partnering with a manufacturer that always stays ahead of changes in building codes. That’s what we do at Regency Plus Windows, and it’s just one of the many reasons why dealers are so happy to work with us.
Always Learning, Always Evolving: Staying Ahead of the Changes
At Regency Plus Windows, we have an extraordinarily skilled team with a wide range of industry experience. And while we have been crafting top-of-the-line replacement windows since 1997 and are always keeping the visual appeal, security, durability, and energy efficiency needs of homeowners in mind, we are always open to evolving. That’s why we take performance feedback to heart and continue to refine the products we construct. This ability to learn and adapt is how we keep up with the ever-changing building codes put into place by different jurisdictions. The fact that we work with dealers from New England all the way down to Florida also helps, as we are familiar with different codes and can adjust our window construction accordingly.
Some building codes pertain to the energy efficiency and the U-value of the windows, while others are concerned with impact and fire safety ratings. Whatever the case is, Regency Plus Windows can be trusted to be in the know. When you become a window dealer of ours, there’s a certain weight taken off your shoulders and, in turn, you can relieve your customers of that stress.