The couple from Poulsbo reminded me how valuable our surplus window yard can be to our customers who are looking for windows for their home improvement projects and are looking to save A LOT of money. The Poulsbo couple saved over $750 by making the long trip out to our store and even with gas prices the way they are, they assured us the trip was worth it! What our new friends from Poulsbo figured out is that sometimes it pays to buy your windows first and frame second. Most people would consider this backwards. Typically, people design their house, build the frame and then come visit us with a list of specific sizes they need. However, on occasion we get a customer who builds their project around the windows they buy in our surplus window lot and these are the people who save hundreds and sometimes even thousands of dollars. So, if you have a building project coming up in the near future now would be a great time to come and check out our surplus window lot.
About the Millwork Outlet surplus window yards:
The Millwork Outlet receives a new surplus truck every four or five months, depending on how many errors are made at the Alpine window factory. The windows on the surplus truck are windows that were made incorrectly and need to be recycled or thrown away. Rather than wasting materials and filling our landfills, Alpine windows has partnered with uthe Millwork Outlet and they sell us their rejected windows at a reduced price. We then get to offer these BRAND NEW windows to our customers at crazy low prices. The Millwork Outlet is one of the ONLY surplus window yards in the state, which is why our customers drive from all corners of the state to go window hunting.