Our Mission: What is a mission? You think of a mission as a statement of what we will do. We summarize our mission in the following Mission Statement: “We will provide an environment to attract, nurture and retain outstanding people who have a passion for consistently delivering quality products and services that exceed our customers expectations.”
Our Vision: Whereas a Mission Statement summarizes what we will do, a Vision Statement summarized what we will accomplish by doing what we do. Our vision for SoftLite is: “To be the premier manufacturer of the highest quality custom made vinyl windows and suppliers of innovative support services designed to make our customers the leaders in the industry.”
Our Values: Regardless of who we are or what job we are doing at SoftLite, we will share a common set of values. They are customer focus, personal integrity, respect for people, accountability, work ethic, and teamwork.
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Our approach to business remains the same throughout the years. We are dedicated to providing innovative products that exceed industry standards for quality, reliability, and performance. We use leading edge technologies and equipment in manufacturing, allowing us to exceed our customers’ requirements for beautiful, strong and thermally efficient windows.
We offer an extensive line of replacement windows and accessories to fit any home, region or climate. All our products are built to last, and are backed by an on-going commitment to the people who buy them. Quality and commitment to excellence have been the cornerstones of our success. They will continue to serve as the foundations for our efforts in the future.
As the weather grows colder, foggy windows can become a problem in some homes. This simple phenomenon happens when an object is cooler than the air around it, causing a thin layer of water molecules to form on the surface. The windows in our homes are among the most common spots where this condensation occurs because windowpanes receive direct contact with the cold air outside and are usually the coldest surfaces in the interior of a house. While this may sound harmless, the condensation that forms causes water droplets to run down windows and walls, which can result in mold and mildew.