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Who are your customers?
Johnson Windows & Doors services the window and door needs throughout Arizona. We sell & provide service to Homeowners, Remodelers and New Home Builders

Click here for a link to our custom home Builders. We invite you to contact them about building your next home.

How do I get a quote?
Call our office and we will be happy to give you price quote on your project at no cost or obligation. Whether it's one window or a whole house full.  If you are remodeling, we will be happy to come to your home and take measurements.  If it's a new construction project, we can do the take off from your plans or you can fax it too us.

Do we field measure?
Yes. We will come to you and measure your new home or replacement project.

Does Johnson Windows & Doors install my windows and doors?
Absolutely!  Johnson Windows & Doors offers quality installation on all products.

Is Johnson Windows & Doors a licensed, bonded & insured contractor?
Yes, we are licensed with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors #109362 & #168370.
We are fully bonded & insured. We are members of SCHOA and PORA.

Do we deliver?
Yes. We offer valley-wide, and statewide delivery for a nominal fee

What is LoE Glass?
Low "E": Low-emissivity glass is coated with microscopically thin metal or metal oxide layers that allow visible light to pass through, while blocking ultraviolet and infrared solar energy and reflecting away long-wave room-side heat energy. Different types of Low "E" coatings offer varying levels of performance for each of these tasks.

What is Egress?
Any sleeping quarters in a residence must meet egress (21" wide X 24" high) or 5.7 Sq. Ft. opening area. This is to allow for an escape in case of fire. Please check with your local building department for building code requirements.

What is SHGC (Solar Heat Gain Coefficient)
SHGC: The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

What is U Value?
U-Value: The rate of heat flow through a glazing system; the lower the value, the better the insulating quality. U-value can be compared to R-value by dividing 1 by the U-value. (Thus, a U-value of 0.5 equals an R-value of 2.)

What is Tempered Glass?
Tempered glass is safety glass; when it is broken, it breaks up into tiny pieces. Please check with your local building department for building code requirements.

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