Window World Windows Earn Good Housekeeping Seal for Sixth Consecutive Year
The Good Housekeeping Seal is an emblem from one of the oldest consumer product testing labs in America. It comes with a two-year limited warranty for all approved products – backed by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute itself. This is in addition to Window World’s limited lifetime warranty, which is transferrable to the next homeowner.NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C., Aug. 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Window World, Inc.®, America’s largest replacement window and home remodeling company, and Good Housekeeping magazine have announced that Window World window products have earned the Good Housekeeping Seal for the sixth consecutive year. Windows from the 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and 6000 series earned the Good Housekeeping Seal, making window products from every Window World series a recipient of the Seal.
“As a Good Housekeeping Seal holder, Window World distinguishes itself from others to the consumer as a brand of quality,” said Pat Haegele, senior vice president and group chief revenue officer at Good Housekeeping. “The Seal is synonymous with trust—an assurance that a product will perform as promised. For consumers, this means peace of mind, which is especially important when purchasing an investment product such as replacement windows.”
The Good Housekeeping Research Institute subjects products to rigorous examination before they are granted the sought-after Seal. All claims made in a product’s advertising, packaging and informational materials must be proven factual. “Winning the Seal six years in a row is a remarkable accomplishment,” said Tammy Whitworth, Window World’s CEO. “We’re proud of our products and grateful for this recognition from Good Housekeeping.”
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