Win-Dor is a Family Owned and Operated Business
We started manufacturing high-quality windows and doors for homes in 1991. Since then, we have been committed as a company to manufacture, sell and install the best quality products to our customers, and to back those products with the best warranty in the industry.
You can expect fair prices, a “Non-Traditional”, “No-Pressure” sales environment and unbeatable service and overall satisfaction. Our pride and belief in our company and determination to exceed industry standards has blessed us with many awards and accolades.
There’s a reason we have been awarded “Best of OC” for several years and are ranked in the top 20 amongst national home remodelers making Win-Dor Southern California’s largest Manufacturer and Installer of vinyl windows and doors. We are looking forward to meeting you at your home and helping you have an exceptional experience with your project.
Here’s what to expect and how to prepare for your appointment?
Make sure to mark the appointment date and time in your calendar.
- Depending on how large your project is and how many questions you have our appointment times typically run between 30 min. to an Hour.
We invite you to visit one of our locations. All locations have our products on display. Please click on “Win-Dor Locations” to view the showroom nearest you.
Prepare a list of questions you would like answered. Below are list of frequently asked questions.
How long have you been in business?
Why would I choose Win-Dor over the competition?
What makes your product better?
What is your warranty?
How does your company’s price compare to other companies in the industry?
Can I adjust my project to fit my level of investment?
Do I need to decide at the time of consultation?
What would be the next step should I decide to go with Win-Dor?
Accomplishments and Accolades prove our company, Win-Dor to be a credible choice. Regardless of the company, and the product or service they provide, there is always someone who can do it for a lower price. Don’t be fooled by seemingly lower “initial” pricing that inevitably leads to higher costs down the road.