Penguin Windows Wins National Guildmaster Award for Exceptional Customer Service

May 26, 2010

SEATTLE, May 26 /PRNewswire/ — Penguin Windows has been awarded the 2010 Guildmaster with Highest Distinction award from GuildQuality for exceptional customer service.

The Guildmaster Awards celebrate service excellence in the building, remodeling, contracting and real estate professions. Once a year, GuildQuality bestows upon a handful of its members an award for exemplary quality and customer service. Award winners all have a lengthy track record of exceptional customer feedback.

Penguin Windows received the highest honor awarded by GuildQuality, which honored 139 companies throughout the U.S. with Guildmaster, Guildmaster with Distinction and Guildmaster with Highest Distinction awards. To win the Guildmaster with Highest Distinction, Penguin Windows received positive response rates of 90 percent or above from thousands of home owners surveyed.

“We’re honored to win the Guildmaster of Highest Distinction Award because it’s a continued vote of confidence from home owners,” said Dean Laue, president of Penguin Windows. “Our company is proud of the exceptional customer service we provide – 96 percent of home owners surveyed were satisfied or extremely satisfied. We’ll keep working hard to keep our customers happy.”

To learn more about Penguin Windows call 1-800-PENGUIN or visit their website at www.penguinwindows.com.

About Penguin Windows

Penguin Windows is the seventh largest window replacement company in the nation and the top window replacement company in the Pacific Northwest. The company uses their own Installation Master certified installers, not subcontractors. Windows are installed to the highest standards so home owners receive maximum energy savings and a lifetime window and installation guarantee. For more news/information on Penguin Windows visit

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