RW Windows came and replaced my windows. The sales consultant, Randy, was professional in every way. He not only knew a lot about the window I wanted to purchase, but he was able to tell me the differences between all the brands. He didn't pressure me but let me decide. I chose Andersen windows and had RW Windows paint them on the inside to match my color scheme in my rooms. I have a few more to finish next year and look forward to working with RW Windows again.

    Meg- Mequon, WI

    We like our Sunrise windows. We wanted a vinyl product that had a wood grain look that matched, but we didn't want to do any staining. These Sunrise windows match our casing and the price wasn't so expensive. The installation was a breeze, and they even double insulated our windows. RW Windows cleaned up before they left. There were no bits and pieces lying around. We are very happy.

    Jane- Waukesha, WI

    RW Windows and Doors did our entrance door and got us a new Andersen Storm door. We got a fiberglass door that is 15 times more energy efficient than our original wood door. It's nice to use our front door again. It opens so smooth, and because we got some double thermal pane glass, that part of our entrance hallway is much brighter. We don't use our hall light much anymore.

    David- Mukwanago, WI

    We wanted to have a maple wood interior for our main floor windows. RW Windows sent me a flyer, and I called them when we were ready to get serious about doing the project. I shopped around and received a few quotes. Not only did I get the maple wood interiors I wanted, but we had RW Windows do a custom stain match that turned out near perfect as we were matching existing baseboard and crown moulding. I wish we would have done our upstairs windows with RW Windows and Doors. They did such a good job that we decided to do all of our interior doors in maple with RW Windows and Doors.

    Mike- Mequon, WI

    We had RW Windows and Doors put in an Andersen gliding door to our patio. The existing door was an over-sized door—I think it 's called a Wisconsin door. It was wider and taller than what is normal-sized. RW Windows and Doors had a custom Andersen door made for our existing opening (Just what we were looking for). They even saved us a bunch of money compared to the other quotes we received.

    LeeAnn- Waukesha, WI