The success of a company is determined by the end results that have been delivered to our customers, who in turn keep us in business. Please read a few of these letters and hopefully we will be able to deliver your project in the same way.
“Weatherguard! Thanks to Kip for a GREAT JOB! The siding looks great! We will for sure get you guys to do the rest of the house when the time comes. Thanks to Stephen for his great personality and superb job!”
Nancy & Rob
Dear Sirs: “The young fellow that put the Weatherguard Guttters on our house worked very hard all day. We are pleased with his neat work. Thank you for a job well done.”
Dennis & Kathi
“Just a note to say your crews were proficient, efficient and very courteous on our job site. Well done! It was a pleasure dealing with them.”
“Just wanted to take the time to let you know how pleased we are with the service your company has provided us.
This year we decided it was time to replace our aging gutter system. One of the companies we contacted was Weatherguard Gutters and we are so glad we did. From the initial visit to our home by your sales representative Kevin, we knew we were dealing with a solid and experienced company.
Once we were ready for installation, were were called in advance to ensure the date was convenient for us and your crew arrived on the date specified. Rick and Karie were very helpful and ensured that the options for downspout locations and leaf guard were discussed prior to the install. This crew was the most courteous, pleasant and customer oriented pair of contractors that I have ever had the pleasure to have work on my home. Their work is immaculate and the cleanup of our yard afterwards left no trace that they had even been here.
The experience of dealing with your company has been a pleasure and we would certainly recommend your services to our friends. Please pass our thanks along to your helpful and very professional team.”
“I am writing to congratulate you on your extremely high quality of employees.
An incident occured yesterday where my wife slipped and stumbled down our extremely steep driveway, crashing into our car at the bottom. I was in the house on the phone and had no idea of any problem until I saw Brian in the window waving franticly for me to come outside. To my horror, as I rounded the side of our house, I saw my wife lying motionless at the bottom of the driveway.
I can’t express my gratitude enough to Brian. He had propped her head off the ground with her purse and covered her with his coat. In conversation with my wife, he stayed with her reassuring her she would be fine and instructed her to take small breaths. The fact he was there and managed to stabilize her was a blessing, otherwise she would have been laying on the cold wet pavement for a least 30 minutes until the kids came home from school, subject to shock and hypothermia. Once Brian had done what he could for Carrie, he then came to get me. What a guy!
I don’t know if your company has a Christmas party for the staff, but if you do, please acknowledge Brian’s quick and thoughtful actions. I was thinking of putting a notice in the Tri-cities papers, but thought it might be embarassing for my wife who works with many kids from School District#43.
Again, I tip my hat to Weatherguard and its employees turning what could have been a sad holiday season into a happy one.
For the record, the doctor says she’ll be fine, just a little stiff and sore for a while.”