"We have had multiple occasions to utilize your services - the response has always been excellent. No reason to use anyone else!"
“Every aspect of our experience before and during the installation of six windows was great!!”
“All went well from scheduling the apt to length of time it took to service. Great job!”
“Great job, great service! Great customer service!”
“Everyone that I talked to was so nice, professional and courteous. It was truly a pleasure doing business with you!”
“Right from the start they made it easy! Worry free – gave me good advice”
“I couldn’t have asked for better service, friendliness & professionalism!”
“Just a very positive overall experience. No complaints at all!”
“The quote I received was the best in the area and was promptly done.”
“I’ve always used Portland Glass for my personal business – appreciate the wonderful service!”
“Best price; best service; professionals!”
“I would recommend to anybody! They did a great job!”
"We brought in a broken storm window as well as a mangled screen door that had been a big thorn in our side. We had low expectations of ever gett...ing our screen door to a point of functionality, but your service technician meticulously adjusted it and fixed the ripped screen. We are so thrilled at how well it works! And he did it all the same day! If there was a mark higher than an A+, I would give it. Thank you!"
Everybody we dealt with was fantastic. I will definitely recommend Portland Glass to others and will certainly be a repeat customer.
"I shopped around for the new door and the "big box" stores couldn't even quote. A local competitor quoted much higher for a...slightly different door that I did not like. Portland Glass made it so easy - free estimate, able to order & install exactly what I wanted and in a time frame that worked well for me. I'm thrilled with the results and wish I had done this sooner!"
Very good people to work with, responsive and personable. Job done quickly and professionally. Thanks!
I live in the historic district of Portland and needed new storm windows recently. I can not express how satisfied I was with the work of Portland Glass. The gentleman who came and prepared the estimate was highly knowledgeable of historic buildings and restorations, arrived on time and clearly had a great deal of expertise. The windows arrived and installed within a very short time frame and the two technicians who performed the installation did an outstanding job. Overall, I don't know how you could improve your service, your organization is obviously doing something correctly to employ the caliber of personnel you have.
I wanted to pass along the comments of House Captain David Jackson to the employees involved in replacing the window at Ladder Co. 3, Stevens Avenue, in Portland. Captain Jackson wrote, "The last of the new windows at Ladder 3 station have been installed by Portland Glass. The first thing I must comment on is the job that Portland Glass did. It was outstanding, both in quality of the windows and in the job they did installing the new windows and disposing of the old windows for us." Captain Jackson was obviously pleased with the results... I'd like to personally thank Portland Glass for a job well done.
"I wanted to let you know that you did an amazing job with our windshield! We are closing on our first house this week, and you were flexible and patient on top of doing a great job on the window. You made a very stressful week a lot less stressful with your attention to detail, explanation of what had to be done, and your awesome customer service."
Matt R., Portland, ME
What is the purpose of the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule?
The purpose of the Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule is to minimize exposure from lead-based paint dust during renovation, repair, or painting activities. This is a key effort in reducing the prevalence of childhood lead poisoning, particularly lead poisoning caused by housing contaminated by renovation activities. This will also minimize exposure to older children and adults who are also adversely impacted by lead-based paint dust exposure. Lead paint was used in more than 38 million homes prior to its ban for residential use in 1978. This paint can form toxic dust when it is disturbed during normal home repair work. The EPA's Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) program is designed to reduce lead contamination by training contractors in relatively simple lead-safe work practices, and certifying contractors to make sure that they follow lead-safe work practices. We also want consumers to choose firms that are certified. Given that lead poisoning can cause a wide range of physical, intellectual, emotional, and behavioral issues with societal and financial impacts, this program is prevention-based, cost-effective, and a long-term bargain.
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