Hello everyone! 

I'm looking for a window company, preferably in the SE, that has been really successful in the EE market. One of our partner contractors is looking to shadow people outside of their competitive area but that they can learn from. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

Daniel 

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So ok, successful dosen't always assume good windows? Im not sure whats in the SE, I haven't found a decent window company from the US, Most of mine have come from Canada and European countries, installers is another issue. 

So what have you found so far?

Perhaps I was a little confusing in my previous post. I have a good window contractor that is selling lots of ENERGY STAR windows but wants to learn from another more successful contractor. He's also interested in learning how to package or get into other additional energy efficient lines of business. I'm looking for a window contractor that also gets into things like duct sealing or air sealing etc.

Daniel

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