- Report: #1141525
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Complaint Review: conservation construction
conservation constructiondallas st grapevine, Texas USA
conservation construction overpay for for low grade windows grapevine Texas
*Consumer Comment: Satisfied Customer
*UPDATE Employee: This posting is inaccurate
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if you enjoy paying premium prices for mediocre products than this company is for you.when i first encountered this company as a long time window installer i was set aback at how boldy outrageous their sales tactics involving misrepresentation of a generic product.their claims of specialized construction of materials and assembly of a product are a complete fabrication and intention premeditated lie designed to appeal to a particular customer with a home with an average home of 15 year and above average income has become quite successful.i know this for a fact because i have seen and heard all this first hand as a sub-contract installer.amerimax windows (the brand this company sells) are a decent window with just a few manufacturing flaws but nowhere near the quality that the sales persons at conservation construction bill them as.they are medium grade windows and doors at best being sold at high end prices with no region specific applications as they claim. [continued below]....
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