“Our firm probably specs Marvin on 90% of our houses,” Simmons said. “Why? Because they make great products. And that’s evident to both the contractors who install them and to the homeowners who have the opportunity to enjoy them. And we appreciate the wide variety of product options. We are currently working on a house that’s basically a large glass box in the middle of the woods, perfect for the Marvin Modern
line of windows and doors. And recently, right down the road from this house, we installed all brand-new Marvin products in an historic
house that Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the great American poet, built for his granddaughter as a wedding present.
“But for me personally, it’s the follow up and support Marvin provides. Every project is going to have an issue somehow, someway. A window gets damaged during installation, or a part gets lost. It just happens—it's just life, right? Marvin and their people on the back end of the process, the architectural sales reps, the contractor reps, the team that comes out and fixes stuff, when there's a problem and you call, they're there. They don't say, ‘Well, we'll put you on a list, or we'll let you know, or we'll be out there sometime in the next three months, or whatever.’ Whenever we’ve had an issue, there's somebody there within a few days. It's just such a well-run company in my opinion.”
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