Brighton, MI – Michigan window and replacement and installation company Pure Energy Window Company was selected by the Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula for the Torch Award for Ethics in 2021. The Torch Award is a prestigious honor from the BBB, given to organizations that display dedication to integrity and ethical business practices.
The owners of Pure Energy Window Company, Matthew Masters and Adrian Beaver, released the following statement concerning their recognition by the BBB:
“Our entire staff is thrilled to be a part of this, and we would be remiss if we didn’t thank our customers, who are the reason we are accepting this in the first place.”
Pure Energy Window Company is headquartered in Brighton but serves all of Metro Detroit, Southeast Michigan, and Greater Lansing. The company has also expanded significantly in the last year, opening up new locations in Troy, Canton, Novi, Rochester Hills, Farmington Hills, and Shelby Township.
Specializing in energy-efficient products, Pure Energy sells, replaces, and installs windows, doors, sliding glass doors, and attic insulation for residential properties. Their customers range from homeowners to property developers. All windows are custom-made by Sunrise Windows in Temperance and they claim to promote energy efficiency by 10 times or more compared to standard builder-grade windows.
“Pure Energy windows are constructed with the highest quality materials and are backed by a 50-year transferable guarantee,” says Pure Energy President Adrian Beaver. “As we continue to look into the future,” he goes on, “We remain committed to installing top-quality, innovative products and providing value-added services to the communities we serve.”
40 years of experience
Pure Energy owners Masters and Beaver have a combined 40 years of experience working in windows and home construction. They founded Pure Energy Window Company to offer Michigan’s residents a better alternative to under-performing windows. Energy efficiency is becoming a top concern among Michigan homeowners, as living more sustainably becomes popular throughout the state.
Masters and Beaver started the company not only because they wanted to offer energy-efficient windows, but also because they wanted to help homeowners live more energy-efficient lifestyles. The business is family-owned and operated and has a philosophy of treating all customers ethically and professionally. Concerning the Torch Award recognition and the commitment to ethical customer service, company president Adrian Beaver says,
“We will keep our commitment to the community to provide honest, ethical, and integrity-driven services at every end from our first communication to the final installation of windows, doors, or insulation!”
Customers at the forefront
Although the staff at Pure Energy Window Company prides themselves on the innovation of their products, they’re more concerned with keeping customers happy and conducting fair, honest business. For founders Masters and Beaver, the recognition for ethical business practices means more than leading the window industry with energy-efficient products.
Pure Energy Window Company is located at 5942 Whitmore Lake Road in Brighton, MI 48116. They can be reached via their website or by phone, at 248-446-6100.
Pure Energy Window Company
Pure Energy Window Company
5942 Whitmore Lake Rd
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