Graboyes Window & Door, East Norriton Township’s oldest continuously running business, recently had a nice article written by The Times Herald. This article outlined the replacement window and door services that our one-stop-shop provides to the Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Philadelphia County area, and also how the business landscape for our industry has changed over our 60+ years in business.

““The Internet has changed every industry,” Rich Graboyes said in the article. “When a customer walks in the door, they’re educated. In the old days, they’d come to us and say, ‘I think I need new windows. Tell me about them.’ Now they come in and think they know more than us already because they’ve done their homework. And that’s good.””

Amish-made ProVia doors are the strongest around, explains Graboyes Windor & Door manager Stan Maurer

The article continued to outline the high quality of service that we demand of our manufacturers and provide to our customers. We work hard to offer the largest variety of styles, custom sizes, at a quality that is both affordable and long-lasting.

“The doors are constructed of fiberglass or steel and, in the case of the former, simulate any wood grain, from cherry to mahogany, while being available in a variety of stains and colors such as American Cherry, Cinnamon, Chestnut, Nutmeg, Hazelnut and Coffee Bean.

“They make gorgeous doors, and they use a hardwood main frame, not a soft wood pine, poplar or anything along that line. So you get a higher-quality door,” explained manager Stan Maurer, who’s been with Graboyes for more than 25 years.”

This post includes excerpts from the article. To read the full article, click here.