Rebates & Financing

Welcome to Pasco Window & Door, where transparency and integrity guide our pricing philosophy. Our commitment to fair and straightforward pricing means that we don't engage in sales gimmicks or artificial inflation tactics. We value your trust and prioritize offering our best pricing upfront, without relying on flashy promotions or deceptive advertising.

While others might promote enticing offers like "Buy 2 Get 1 Free" or "Free Front Entry Door," we believe in delivering genuine value without resorting to such manipulative sales strategies. We understand the importance of providing accurate estimates, ensuring that our pricing remains competitive and reflective of the quality products and services we provide.

It's essential to be discerning when evaluating competing offers. If a company initially overestimates the cost and later presents a reduced price, it's crucial to recognize this as an attempt to exploit customers rather than a genuine gesture of goodwill. Trust is paramount in any business relationship, and we pride ourselves on fostering a transparent and trustworthy environment for all our clients.

When considering options from big-box stores, it's important to exercise caution. While their flyers may showcase enticing deals, it's crucial to remember that these products might not adhere to Florida's stringent building codes. Additionally, the costs advertised often exclude essential components such as hardware, measurement fees, permits, and installation charges, leading to potential discrepancies and hidden expenses down the line.

At Pasco Window & Door, we prioritize your satisfaction and peace of mind, offering a seamless and dependable experience backed by our unwavering commitment to honesty and quality.

Rebate

This Rebate is given directly from Duke Energy, not Pasco Window & Door.

Duke Energy Customers MAY Qualify for a Home Energy Improvement Incentive Rebate when replacing your windows.

This offer is for single-family homes.

Prerequisite: If your home is in need of window replacement, you MUST First complete a free Home Energy Check and then use a licensed,

insured window replacement contractor (in order to qualify for the rebate).

Replacement recommendations must have been the result of a Duke Energy home audit (HEC).

Click here to get started or call: 877.364.9004.

REBATE: $2 per square foot of window area, up to $400

Home must have whole-house electric heating and cooling

Only east, west and south-facing window installations qualify.

This offer is for single-family homes.

Guidelines

Must be High-efficiency replacement windows:

Must have a solar heat gain coefficient of less than or equal to 0.25 and a U-factor of less than or equal to 0.35.

Must be installed according to Duke Energy standards by a contractor meeting all Duke Energy requirements.

The house must have whole-house electric heating and cooling.

Incentive form is void six months after install date.

For incentive payment, the customer shall have six months from the installation to submit documentation to Duke Energy.

Financing

Financing Options from GreenSky a Goldman Sachs Company
Finance Your Project
Plan 2720
Financing for the GreenSky® consumer loan program is provided by Equal Opportunity Lenders. GreenSky® is a registered trademark of GreenSky, LLC, a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs Bank USA. NMLS #1416362. Loans originated by Goldman Sachs are issued by Goldman Sachs Bank USA, Salt Lake City Branch. NMLS #208156. www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org

FAQS

What brand window and sliding glass doors do you install?

Pasco Window & Door installs both PGT and CWS (made my Pella) products.

If I have bought windows or doors elsewhere, will you install them?

We are sorry we do not. In order for us to stand behind our install, we make sure that the right product is being installed. This means a product that meets current building codes and is the proper size for the opening. We custom order our products so that there is an exact fit. This is much different than buying something off of the shelf and making it fit.

What is the difference between hurricane impact and non-impact windows?

A Hurricane Impact Window is a 3-layer window that cannot be broken through. The outer layer can break (similar to a car windshield) but the inside will not break, they are designed with reinforced frames and impact-resistant glass. A non-impact window can break all the way through.

What are the advantages of hurricane impact windows?

There are many advantages to choosing hurricane impact windows.

Security: Your windows or sliding glass doors cannot be broken with and ax, hammer, or any other tools. This includes strong winds blowing debris like tree branches or anything unsecured that can smash into your windows. These things will NOT come through the glass, therefore, will keep your family safe and not damage the inside of your home.

Noise Reduction: These windows will dramatically reduce the amount of noise you hear from outside noise like garbage trucks, dogs barking, etc.

Increase the Value of Your Home: Not only will new products make your home more aesthetically appealing, the many benefits of these products will increase the value of your home.

Reduce Electric Bill: These are energy efficient products that will help reduce your power usage, lowering your energy bill.

UV Protection: The Low E that is in the glass deflects the suns UV rays, keeping your home cooler and protecting your home from rays that can fade your furniture, floors, etc.. This also helps reduce your energy bill.

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Do I need a permit for my install?

Yes. All new product installs (windows, exterior doors, sliding glass doors, hurricane shutters, screen rooms, etc.) are all required to have a county building permit issued. However, repairs, such as replacing glass does NOT require a building permit.

Does Pasco Window & Door complete the Permit Application and file with the county?

Absolutely! We do all of the paperwork, file the application and get the issued Permit.

Decorative Door Glass: What options do I have for Door Glass?

We use (3) different Door Manufacturers. Each have different decorative glass options available in different sizes.

Please see our website for links to the manufacturers’ websites.

Can you add a sun room porch to my home?

Yes! We sure can. We create sun / glass rooms, vinyl rooms or screen rooms. We can build off of an existing slab or create one from scratch.

Once my job is complete, when is the work inspected by a county Inspector?

Once Pasco Window & Door completes your job, we like to have the Inspector come the next business day. If your schedule does not allow, we schedule it for a day that you are available to be home for the inspection.

Does Pasco Window & Door fix broken windows?

Yes! Pasco Window & Door has Service Technicians that will come to your home to replace glass, screen, vinyl, replace window cranks and balancers (a window balancer is the part that gives the window tension to hold it up when opened).We have replaced thousands of these.

My sliding glass doors are not working properly and are hard to open and close can you help with that?

No Problem! Pasco Window & Door replaces the rollers on sliding glass doors or can even cap the track to give customers sliding glass doors that will roll like new!

Can I come in and buy window parts from you to do the repairs myself?

Yes! We have an on-site service department that sells thousands of replacement parts, including rollers, glass, screen, cranks, bug sweeps, beading, etc... If possible, we always suggest you bring the part in with you so that we can be sure to sell you what you need.

Lic #: CRC1332441

New Port Richey, FL 34652