Why Should I Pay More for My Timber Windows & Doors
January 2, 2019
The most difficult part of my job as a North Country fenestration consultant is being able to effectively communicate to my Clients the benefits of the products I choose to promote.
But why is it so difficult?
Well, most people know the difference between Matalan, Next and Jaeger when choosing a suit. But unfortunately, to many Clients, one timber window or door looks pretty much like another.
Some people will go into forensic detail over the specifications of a new car before parting with their money, but will get two or three quotes from different timber manufacturers, often seriously lacking in specification detail, and simply choose the one with the lowest bottom line total.
That’s why so many people end up wasting their money.
You can buy a suit online or on the high street for as little as £50, or choose to pay £150 or £500, or even more if you go to a personal tailor. Price differences between window and door products of certain material types may not vary quite so massive, but quality certainly varies considerably.
But how can you tell the difference between something that will do for now, or something that will do for a lifetime – and more?
Investing 30-100% more than your cheapest quotation could pay for itself many times over the product lifetime. The key is taking care to choose the right product.
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In the next blog post we will try to shed some light on the question “What are the elements of Quality?”
Robert has been developing and building period & contemporary homes since 1995, and has installed all types of external home improvement products.