Renewal by AndersenInstaller misinformation

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All ( except a very few ) Renewal by Andersen United States locations are privately owned franchises. The Greater NYS Capitol Area and The Hudson River Valley Area territories are owned by Eric Minkiewicz who along with his wife Holly lives at 6001 Queen Mary Court Schenectady, New York Home phone [protected]. This is important because this franchise has reverted back to misleading their potential customers on who actually is the installer of the replacement windows and patio doors. Eric Minkiewicz is currently advertising the following: " Renewal by Andersen is the Manufacturer and the Installer ". This is only true if the franchise is not privately owned which Eric Minkiewicz, most assuredly, is aware that is not the case. Eric Minkiewicz is the man in charge of the installation and only he is responsible for the performance of his employees who work for him.
Now, if you still want to overpay for windows and doors that you could get elsewhere I suggest you ask your " friendly " high pressure salesman what is meant by " certified master installer " which is now also on the advertisement. Do you really want to enter a binding contract with an outfit that lies to you from the get go?

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