Allen Construction is just one of the home improvement companies in the central Arkansas that installs quality energy efficient replacement windows. But as you might expect, although often the windows are the same there is a wide range of prices. The "Big Boys" whose ads you see across your TV screen, newspaper pages, and even plastered across Little Rock on bill boards would have you believe that they have the lowest prices due to their volume. This may hold true with large retailers such as Wal-Mart, but not with home improvement companies. True is, those large companies have huge over-heads, an army of salesmen working on straight commission, and thousands of dollars spent on advertizing. Guess who pays for all of that----you guessed it, their customers. With a small company with Allen Construction this is not the case. Before I go any further, let me say that I use to live in Little Rock, and met the owner of Allen Construction, John Allen, many years ago when his company installed storm windows on my home back in the late 1970's. We have been friends ever since although I live in Mississippi now. With Allen Construction you have a well established old company that's been in business for over 30 years. A company that's bonded and insured, but perhaps most important to you, one that offers some of the lowest prices in the central Arkansas area on quality replacement window as well as other home improvement such as siding and general remodeling. They are able to do this because they have no salesmen (John Allen) personally sees all those wishing to get a quote of price and oversees the job until complete. This is not the case with the larger companies, where in most cases you never meet the owner and you can bet the salesman who sold you the job got a fat commission---a commission you paid for. So if you are looking for a quality window at a fair price check out John's site at Allen Construction and give him a call.
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by Ron Russell