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An in-depth look at All Season Windows, a full service company in Portland, Oregon. Provides information regarding services offered which include windows, siding, doors, insulation, and installation ...

An in-depth look at All Season Windows, a full service company in Portland, Oregon. Provides information regarding services offered which include windows, siding, doors, insulation, and installation for residential, multi-family, and commercial customers.

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  • 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Welcome to All Season. A company dedicated to setting the standards in quality, value, and cus- tomer service. Our goal is to consistently ensure the highest level of quality in product, service, and installation. Attention to detail from start to finish is just one of the many ways we guarantee a level of accuracy and customer satis- faction unmatched in the industry. With a powerful warranty and manufacturer that’s willing to back it up, come find out why more customers are choosing All Season for their home remodeling projects. Every product All Season offers, from our residential siding to our windows and doors, is designed to give our customers energy efficiency, durability, and comfort at an affordable price. All Season offers a line of products from several manufacturers, chosen carefully based on rigorous requirements that supersede industry standards. Whether you are remodeling, renovating a building or home, or constructing a new one, you can always infuse style, comfort, and quality with us at your side. Let All Season help increase the comfort and value of your home today! 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Partners. The Energy Trust of Oregon As a certified Trade Ally of the Energy Trust, our partnership allows us to ensure your project meets the highest standards in energy efficiency of both product and service, making certain you’ll qualify for the ETO cash rebates when the job is complete. Costco All Season is proud to be featured in and affiliated with Costco Wholesale, a company that shares their vision on member satisfaction and quality in both product and value. US Bank As a partner of US Bank, All Season has been and continues to be featured in all US Bank branch locations in the Portland Metro area. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • AAMA All of our products are certified by the American Architecture Manufacturers Association and have undergone stringent tests for durability and architectural integrity. The Energy Star All of our products are Energy Star rated which means they meet an international standard for energy efficient consumer products and save an average of 20% to 30% in energy costs. Also, virtually all of our products qualify for the Federal tax incentives of $1,500.00. Better Business Bureau As an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, you are ensured reliability as well as ethical and truthful business practices. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Tax Credits & Rebates Through our partnership with the Energy Trust of Oregon, we ensure that you receieve the maximum amount of tax credits and rebates from both the local and federal government. . Residential From the Energy Trust receive $2.25 per square foot cash back for . U-Value 0.30 or less replacement windows As a Federal Tax credit receive 30% back of the cost of your project, . up to $1,500 All Season will process all your paperwork necessary for the . Energy Trust rebates For more information ask one of our field representatives or contact the Energy Trust of Oregon at 1-866-368-7878 or visit their website www.energytrust.org. . Commercial The state of Oregon offers the Business Energy Tax Credit which is . 35% of project costs. All Season will process all your paperwork necessary for the Energy Trust rebates 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Manufacturers. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Promise. Personal Service. We will not begin work until we have fully explained the exact work to be done and any details you may not understand. Courtesy. We will arrive on time and prepared to all scheduled appointments. Efficiency. We will answer your phone calls, emails, and letters in a prompt and courteous manner. Complete Satisfaction. Your comments and concerns are our priority throughout every step of the pro- cess and we would like to ensure satisfaction from installation to completion. As a result, we will not accept full payment from you until you’ve approved our work. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Maintenance-Free Windows. All Season can help eliminate some of the time consuming chores of window maintenance forever. Our window products are designed with you in mind, and with a variety of styles and colors ranging from fiberglass and wood to vinyl, we’re confident that you’ll find everything you’re looking for! . Every window is custom manufactured with exact specifications that ensure a perfect fit, whether you’re replacing existing windows or installing in a newly constructed home or building. . All vinyl replacement windows are made with fully extruded virgin vinyl frames and sashes for durability and beauty with no chipping, peeling, cracking or warping. . Airtight insulating chambers and insulated glass units provide energy-efficient performance throughout every season. . Tilt-in sashes make cleaning a pleasure. You’ll save money on energy bills due to our window’s superior all-weather performance which helps reduce heating and cooling costs. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Best of all, our products help pay for themselves through lower energy costs, freedom from maintenance and increased property value. Plus, our impressive Lifetime Warranty* delivers the peace of mind you would expect from an industry leader. * See printed warranty for details. Warranty varies slightly per manufacturer. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Testimonials. Date: January 10, 2008 To: Chase Hamilton / All Season Windows From: John Whipple / Maintenance of Way Project Engineer Subject: Reference Letter Dear Mr. Hamilton I would like to thank you and your crew on the great job you did on our out building here at Light Rail Ruby Junction Maintenance Facility. I was very impressed with the amount of work that was accomplished in a very short time frame. I appreciate the professionalism that you and your crew did from matching the siding, pouring the footings, and all the way to the finial clean up. I look forward to working with you in the near future. Again, thank you on a job well done. Sincerely, John Whipple 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Installation. Attention to detail is one of the most crucial aspects of any installation pro- cess. At All Season, our crews strive to give each installation the attention deserved by every customer. Our crews take careful precauations in order to minimize disruption to your home, inside and out. Our installation will conclude only after all clean up steps are complete, including the disposal of job-related debris, and our field representative has walked around the job site with you to ensure your satisfaction of our product, personnel, and installation. Our goal is to improve the way you live by making your home more energy efficient and comfortable. The Installation process involves 3 easy steps: 1. Removal of your existing windows. 2. Installation of your new windows are completed precisely within the existing opening and are plumbed, insulated, and secured into place. 3. Clean up and removal of all job related debris along with any finishing touches that may be needed. Most installations are completed in 1 to 2 days. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Work Ethic. We ensure high quality products and installation so that your projects run smoothly from conception through completion and the results are satisfactory. Below are examples of poor, but fairly common, craftsmanship in our industry. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Improper installation of vinyl siding. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Improper installation of Hardie- Board and Cedar siding. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Visible rot on any window can lead to major structural damage of your home 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • Our Patio, Entry, & French Doors. Our patio doors feature adjustable rollers that glide with ease and when closed, ensure a safe, tight seal. With a U-rating of .30, the argon-filled, low emissivity glass helps reduce energy costs and gives your home the clean look vinyl offers. We strive to meet your standards of performance and aesthetics with a wide line of door products that go beyond just beauty to offer durability as well. And because we provide expert installation from start to finish, you can rest assured that your doors will be working properly. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • The Infrared Image below shows heat and energy loss in red. . Over 50% of heat loss in a typical house occurs through the windows and doors. . Heat conducted through glass and frames can lose the equivalent of a pint of oil every day for each window. . Air infiltration due to a crack 1/16th inch wide in an average window frame is the equivalent of having a hole in your wall the size of a brick. In an average house this is like having a hole the size of 15 bricks. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • 3 Major Ways Heat is Lost. 1. Infiltration 2. Radiation 3. Conduction 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • 1. Infiltration Infiltration is the exchange of warm air for cool air and vice versa. Losses are driven by wind and by differences between indoor and outdoor temperatures. They occur primarily through cracks in the sash, gaps between the sash and jamb, and gaps between the frame and rough opening. 2. Conduction Conduction is the movement of heat through solid materials, like the glass and metal frame of of an older window. In this process three times as much energy is lost as infiltration and 25% of total heat loss occurs this way. 3. Radiation There are two types of radiation: thermal and solar. Thermal radiation is energy that passes directly through air from a warmer surface to a cooler one and is a major cause of heat loss in the winter from your home. Solar radiation is the transfer of heat from the sun through through your windows and into a room. Once inside, objects in your home reradiate this heat at weaker wavelengths that are unable to penetrate the window glass. As a result, a heated “green- house effect” occurs and causes your air conditioner to work overtime. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • The Pit Fall of Aluminum, Storm & Vinyl Clad Windows. . Aluminum Windows . Aluminum conducts heat and cold . Windows sweat and ice up . Condensation rots window sill, causes interior damage and mold . Energy losses are high in both the summer and winter . Dense construction materials only slow thermal transmittance . Cold to touch Obsolete for residential needs . Storm Windows . More cleaning, additional difficulty . Poor construction including over lap butt joint corners and weep holes . Maintenance still required for concealed windows . Do not block air, moisture, and dust . Difficult to operate . Outdated appearance Do not add value to home 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • . . Aluminum conducts heat and cold There are no industry standards and as a result most products are . constructed of inferior materials . Hindrance for fire escape plan . Poor warranties, most offer only a limited life warranty . Usually must be replaced earlier than expected Obstruct sight lines . Vinyl Clad, Composite Windows . Potential warping and rotting of the wood core from trapped moisture . Interior core made of soft Ponderosa Pine . Product materials swell in summer and shrink in winter . Window sizes can not be customized, offered in stock sizes only . Constant maintenance required, both inside and out . Difficult to clean . Tough to operate Mixing materials with different expansion and contraction rates can cause structural instability and overall costly expenses. 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234
  • 107 SE Washington Street, Suite 233, Portland, OR Phone: (503) 287-0767 Fax: (503) 287-1234