Our Services

Designer Window Supply has developed a proprietary white-glove process that gives clients one-to-one attention from a professional who assists in the architectural specification, design optimization, product and warranty comparisons, mockups, skilled plan takeoffs, Title 24 (energy performance) review, and budget-conscious quoting.

Collaboration is a critical part of what we do; this occurs with builders during jobsite walkthroughs in the field, with architects and designers reviewing plans at the showroom, and with homeowners reviewing product features and design options. To ensure the highest quality doors and windows for the lifetime of your home, all of our product lines are constantly assessed for fit and finish, performance, warranty, and post-sale customer service.

Our key differentiators are 

Additional Services

Specification Sheets & Shop Drawings

Reviewing the details of your order with your team is critical.

Pre-Construction Meetings

Whether in the design stage or out in the field we are by your side to assist with creating an action plan.

Product Samples & Comparisons

We know the importance of the real thing and work with your team to create jobsite mockups.

Continuing Education & New Products

CEU Classes AIA and ASID

Factory Tours & Events

We have several local factories that we are happy to tour with customers, and we offer out-of-State tours as well.

Building Science, Installation Support & Certifications

Knowledge is power and we support our building partners who share in our passion by offering access to these events.

  1. Review the product warranty.

  2. Contact your original retailer.

  3. Important information to have ready: Manufacture, original Sales Order number, location, photo of issue, photo of “bug” in the bottom corner of the door or window sash.

  4. Request copy of door or window warranty to keep on file.

Replacing your doors and windows is easy, when you have a plan. We recommend your know the following:

  1. What is the existing brand of windows and doors and approximately how old?

  2. What is your primary reason for replacing?

  3. How you enjoy living in each room of your home the your will be remodeling,

  4. Come up with a preliminary budget.

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