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Effective already in ohio and illinois. Boarding windows is no longer valid and must be used with safeguards NEW company secure view (they will deny its them) You cannot use home depot plexiglass or anyone elses but ordering from THEIR company.

We attended their MANDATORY meeting at a foreclosed house with all the other vendors in the area so they could show us how to install it. Plexi glass window and the 2x4 being replaced with a flimsy black peice of plastic. Meeting was mandatory or all your work would be stopped.

BUT after attending this meeting you are REQUIRED to purchase $2,100 of this secure view materials (they give you a list of how many sizes you are to have in stock at ALL times) or your work will be stopped. You are required after the meeting to sign up on secure views website and enter your credit card information and security code before your allowed into the site. Price is $115 for a 4x8 sheet (not including the $75 shipping) or boarding one common window, and we beleive the guy slipped up on price per window @$124

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guess there will be alot of open windows then.

Cheaper to actually install a new door.

http://secureviewusa.com/products/pricing-schedule
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-10-2014, 12:05 AM
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In the past I found plexiglass chipped/busted in very cold weather and being tossed around the truckbed with tools and such.

I would never purchase $2100 of crap to make a company "happy". I would mysteriously not have a credit card AND no funds for silly sh** like this...BUT if they want to supply thats fine
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To all those that are going to complain all I can say is go ahead and keep working for them.
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