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How to Avoid a Sleazy Window Salesman

If a person comes into your home and is really trying to force something on you and they want a signature, that is a sure sign of a sleazy salesman. We know they have a job to do, and they need to introduce a product to a customer who has asked for a service in their home, but there is a right way and a wrong way to approach a customer looking to get quotes.

How to Avoid a Sleazy Window Salesman

We want to show you how a salesman should approach you when selling you windows, and then some of the indicators of a salesman that you should avoid to ensure that you receive the windows and installation you deserve.

How a Good Salesman Will Engage with You

A good salesperson will:

Suggest that you receive multiple quotes – They want to prove that their number is a good and fair number in comparison to the others you’ve received.

They will avoid being pushy – They won’t bombard you with trying to make a sale right then and there. Whether or not you make a decision right away is ultimately up to you, but we always suggest waiting a bit.

They will ensure that you understand the value – A good salesman will ensure the customer is fully aware of the value and what they are getting before making any decision.

Things to Avoid in a Window Salesman

If the salesperson says, “Well, this price is good for today only.”¬† – Why wouldn’t the price be good for the weekend and why can’t you have a little time to think about it? Any salesperson that says this might not be the best to trust with you installation.

If they give you a lowball number Рwe can guarantee you will not get the window you like or the installation you like when you are offered windows that are super cheap. At American Window Concepts, we ensure the customers we sign and do business for are always happy.

Main Takeaways When Looking For Windows

-Do your homework

-Get multiple quotes

-Find out what window you like

-Find out what the warranties are like

-You should not have to sign on the spot.

Remember: Good is not cheap. Cheap is not good.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out! Call American Window Concepts at (805) 833-6600 if you’re in the Ventura/Santa Barbara or (562) 512-1200 if you are in the Long Beach area.

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