Houston Window Company Offers Free Replacements After Harvey

September 19th, 2017 by Editor

Houston-based Paul Ryan Windows announced last week that it will replace any windows destroyed by Hurricane Harvey free of charge, including installation, provided that certain conditions are met.

According to a post on the company’s website, covered replacements include windows that were submerged under water, windows with excessive frame damage and windows that are completely destroyed. The company says it won’t cover the replacement costs for windows with broken glass, or those that are leaking.

Houston and the surrounding areas received more than 27 trillion gallons of rain over six days in late August. Many windows in the Houston area were submerged under water, if not completely ruined. Over 33 Texas counties are under the federal disaster declaration.

“Houston has supported us for over six years, and this is a way we can give back to our community,” said Arlin Kethley, owner of Paul Ryan Windows. “We want to help our neighbors in need and let them know that we are thinking of them. We hope they are all as safe as can be under these conditions.”

Paul Ryan Windows was named one of DWM‘s Fastest-Growing Dealers in the magazine’s June-July issue.

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  1. My family and i are need of home windows due to the storm some windows were broken. We were wondering if yalls company were still replacing windows for free if not all we ask if for a fair estimate ! We are trying to budget are monies due to several home repairs needed and appliances.

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