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October 27, 2009

Brady-Built Sunrooms Receives Highest Rating from Better Business Bureau

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Auburn, Mass. Brady-Built Sunrooms has been awarded an A+ BBB Rating by the Better Business Bureau, according to Robert Wironen, general manager of Marvic, Inc. the custom year-round sunroom and conservatory builder doing business as Brady-Built Sunrooms. A+ is the highest business evaluation rating awarded by the national business and consumer advocacy group.

“It’s quite an honor to receive an A+ BBB Rating,” stated Wironen. “It indicates that we take customer satisfaction very seriously.” According to Wironen, Brady-Built has been a BBB-accredited company for ten years, meaning that it has met a set of rigorous standards for ethical practices and consumer satisfaction for over a decade.

According to the Better Business Bureau, not every company can receive accreditation. Companies that apply for accreditation must submit to a comprehensive review process and meet a number of qualifications, including building and maintaining a positive track record in the marketplace, advertising honestly, providing clear and transparent business and guarantee policies, honoring all promises, and responding quickly and positively to all inquiries and issues.

“We take a lot of pride in the design, quality construction, and professional installation of all our sunrooms and conservatories,” added Wironen. “We’re a big believer in complete customer satisfaction and it shows in our A+ BBB Rating.”

The company has been designing and manufacturing custom Brady-Built sunrooms and conservatories in its environmentally-controlled Auburn, Massachusetts manufacturing facility for almost thirty years. Unlike many of its competitors, Brady-Built sunrooms are manufactured in a factory and then delivered fully-built for installation, ensuring a weather-tight fit and fast, efficient installation. All Brady-Built products come with an easy-to-understand, comprehensive 25-year warranty.

October 20, 2009

Four Seasons of Sun: Glass vs. Lexan Part II

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Below is the second article of four addressing the choice of Lexan and Glass in your sunroom. While both have their advantages and disadvantages, Bob breaks down why some manufacturers do not measure up to Brady-Built quality.

Glass is an extremely hard material. In fact, except for diamonds and other precious gems, and carbides, there are very few materials that are harder. This makes it very resistant to scratching. It also makes it easy to break. To a limited extent the weakness of Lexan is the strength of glass and vise-versa. (more…)

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