Diamond Head Windows, Hawaii’s first choice for window and door replacement, has the materials and service you need to ensure your home stays safe, dry and secure during any type of weather.
The company carries a variety of window styles, colors and brands to suit your needs and budget. As contractors, the company not only can replace your worn and outdated windows and doors, but also can do any necessary repair or replacement of damaged doors, frames or siding.
Your home is one of your most valuable assets, one that increases in value every year. Protect your investment, as well as your security and comfort, with a free inspection.
Besides repairing any unsightly damage to window sills, doors and exterior siding, Diamond Head Windows can inspect your home to ensure that any potential leaks or structural damage from past leaky windows or siding is addressed and handled. When bad weather comes, you can relax comfortably and securely.
The company furnishes the only windows in Hawaii that carry a lifetime warranty that includes screens, hardware and accidental glass breakage for the life of your home. Additionally, it warranties installation, so if you should ever have a leaky window or door in the future, you can get it repaired at no charge with just one phone call. That’s why Diamond Head Windows has been chosen Hawaii’s Best window company by Honolulu Star-Advertiser readers.
Besides using top-quality windows manufactured to withstand heavy UV, rain, sun and salt, the company also uses the best caulking and stainless-steel fasteners to ensure your home remains safe and secure and maintains its appearance for years to come.
Find out for yourself why homeowners choose Diamond Head Windows over any other. Schedule a free consultation and inspection of your home now. Take advantage of year-end sales and factory direct prices.
Call co-owner Mark McKinstry today for a free consultation and estimate at 419-7500, or during evenings or weekends, call 799-8979.
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