I called four companies for window replacement — Vizion Windows & Doors and three of their competitors. Vizion Windows showed up on time, and I was impressed that Robbie was not a salesman at all. He looked at the windows, gave me a price, and told me what kind of windows he would install (with a couple of color options). After he told me the price, I asked about the Angie’s List discount. He honored the discount without any hesitation. He didn’t tell me about other companies or why other windows were not as good as his. I liked Robbie, and he gave me a good price, but I wanted to see what the other companies could offer. They all showed up late, acted like salesmen, and gave me higher prices. Therefore, I ended up going with Robbie at Vizion. On the day of the install, they showed up, worked quickly, cleaned up their mess, and seemed to do a really good job. They installed all ten of my windows in about two hours. While installing one of my windows, it happened to crack. However, Robbie brought me a new window and installed it without me having to ask him to come back out. I was definitely impressed. I joked with Robbie that I couldn’t imagine his low prices and excellent service would last very long because he would inevitably have to expand since he had so much demand. Whenever companies expand, they lose what once made them attractive. He laughed and denied any immediate plans to expand.