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As a GuildQuality Guildmember, Door and Window Plus relies on GuildQuality's third-party customer surveying to help us deliver exceptional customer experiences.

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Magazine's Top 100 Window & Door Specialists
We were named one of Window & Door Magazine's 2014 Top 100 Specialists!  

It's an honor to be acknowledged as one of the top specialists in the country!

What is an EPA-Certified Renovation Firm?

Starting April 22, 2010, all firms performing renovations in pre-1978 housing must be certified by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), and hire EPA-Certified Renovators. Certified Renovators practice safe installation methods around lead-containing paints--following strict EPA safety guidelines.

Why should I use EPA-Certified Renovation Firm?

All renovators working in pre-1978 housing MUST be EPA certified or face fines up to $37,500 per day. Homeowners may face civil liability for hiring non-certified renovators. Non-certified firms place themselves and the property owner at risk of serious health problems, especially if children are in the home.

Where do I find out more information about Lead Safety and the EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule?

Read the EPA's "Renovate Right" brochure. It tells you everything you need to know about lead-safe work practices. 


Better Business Bureau (BBB) is supported by more than 300,000 local business members nationwide. It is dedicated to fostering fair and honest relationships between businesses and consumers, instilling consumer confidence and contributing to an ethical business environment.

The BBB is supported by its membership consisting of nearly 300 leading-edge national corporations, and by Better Business Bureaus and branches in over 150 locations. The CBBB and all local Better Business Bureaus are private, non-profit organizations funded by membership dues and other support. 


The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) protects consumers by licensing and regulating California's construction industry.

We hold the following classifications:
C-5: Framing and Rough Carpentry
C-6: Cabinet, Millwork and Finish Carpentry
C-17: Glazing

Our license # is 801964 (check our license).


American Architectural Manufacturers Association is the source of performance standards, product certification and educational programs for the window, door and skylight industry.