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This window installer is someone you should avoid at all cost. I made the mistake of not getting multiple bids and ended up paying for it. Energy Savers used a group of installers that did a lousy job. I had two leaking windows where the wind and rain hits hard against the stucco. I eventually did it right and got five different contractors to install the last four windows. Each new bidding contractor told me the original contractor did a sloppy installation job. Energy Savers removed the aluminum frame when they removed the old windows. You never should do this when installing a retrofit window. You leave the frame in and then install the new window in it. If you remove the frame you defeat the flashing around the window (tar paper) and the window will leak. Energy Savers removed the frames in all the windows they install. The leaking window has to be removed and a "new construction" window needs to be installed. About a four inch section of the stucco will be removed and tar paper and wiring will be installed to produce an adequate seal around the window. All these new companies guarantee this window will not leak. Also, Energy Savers uses cheap caulking and does not insulate the inside spacing around the window. Stay Away From Energy Savers!

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This window installer is someone you should avoid at all cost. I made the mistake of not getting multiple bids and ended up paying for it. Energy Savers used a group of installers that did a lousy job. I had two leaking windows where the wind and rain hits hard against the stucco. I eventually did it right and got five different contractors to install the last four windows. Each new bidding contractor told me the original contractor did a sloppy installation job. Energy Savers removed the aluminum frame when they removed the old windows. You never should do this when installing a retrofit window. You leave the frame in and then install the new window in it. If you remove the frame you defeat the flashing around the window (tar paper) and the window will leak. Energy Savers removed the frames in all the windows they install. The leaking window has to be removed and a "new construction" window needs to be installed. About a four inch section of the stucco will be removed and tar paper and wiring will be installed to produce an adequate seal around the window. All these new companies guarantee this window will not leak. Also, Energy Savers uses cheap caulking and does not insulate the inside spacing around the window. Stay Away From Energy Savers!

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