We could not be more pleased! Fifteen beautiful windows installed, plus a very special artistic window opening update. Our home has been transformed. From beginning to end, our experience with Green Star Windows exceeded all expectations. The owner of the company, Eric MacGormon took personal interest in our project and supervised all aspects of the work throughout The proposal was a professional booklet presented to us at the end of our first meeting to discuss the scope of the work. The booklet included brochures from the window manufacturer, Simonton, along with a computer-generated sketch showing a sketch of each window and the specifications for each window. Very personalized and very impressive. After careful consideration of all competing proposals, we invited Eric back to make a final agreement on the scope of work and the cost Key to our project, was the renovation of a very prominent window opening at the front of our house. The original opening was a wood siding box with two arched windows. We decided to do away with the two windows below the arches and replace the two arches with long one horizontal window. In place of the two windows, we asked Eric to include a stone veneer siding to provide an accent to the brick on our house. Eric offered that he could do the renovation with the veneer framing the new horizontal window, replacing the space of the two removed windows and extending all the way to the ground. Eric called us a few days after we signed the contract to discuss the stone veneer installation. He told us he had been putting a lot of thought and research into the project and would like to change the design from a stone veneer to cut natural stone at no extra cost. Naturally, we agreed to the upgrade and made an appointment with Eric to meet at a local stone yard to select the stone. Eric provided a lot of great advice as to the stone colors and textures that would complement the adobe brick and we settled on a mixture of stone colors to be intermingled. The work started on the scheduled day. Eric and a crew of two arrived promptly and with all materials on hand. His crew began the task of removing and replacing the existing windows and Eric began cutting the stone and creating the stone design. Cutting the stone was a two day project in itself. The window installation went very smoothly, his crew was very considerate of our property and kept everything neat and clean inside and out. We did have one glitch, wherein one window was factory-built slightly larger than the opening. No problem, the Green Glass crew was able to modify the window on-site. On day two it was time to take on the new window opening in the front of the house. In the course of discussion with Eric, we decided to remove the box frame entirely, placing the new window flush with the existing brick. After seeing the new opening framed-in, we decided to limit the stone-work to the window frame only, and not extend it the the ground. Again, no issues with changes to the design in the middle of the project. All windows were installed at the end of day two, leaving only the stone-work to be completed. Eric came to us in the morning and with another offering for the design of the stonework. He offered that we should consider a design in the center of the stone and also place a timber across the top of the window. After a lot of discussion, we agreed to go ahead with Eric's new ideas for the opening and we are so glad we did! We love the look of the design (and our neighbors do too). It is truly a masterpiece. We highly recommend Green Glass for window and siding, especially if you have a need beyond a straight window replacement project. Eric and his crew are excellent carpenters and can probably customize any opening to give a house a new, distinctive and artistic look. Green Glass offer personal service at its best!