Quality Materials Make The Difference

“The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains After the Sweetness of Price is Forgotten.”
-Ben Franklin

Quality Products are not an accident. Years and years of making your product better is hard work. Testing and comparing. Education of your employees and a commitment to make it the BEST in the INDUSTRY. None of this is accidental, it is done on purpose. Since 1955, Tom Adams has known what is needed to make a great product. A product that won’t fail our customer’s expectations. With our age comes knowledge, which our customers receive the confidence that their purchase will look great and perform to last.

Quality Materials Make The Difference

“The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains After the Sweetness of Price is Forgotten.”

Ben Franklin

Using the Best Materials Is Essential for Outstanding Results

The difference between a great meal and mediocre one is more than the chef.

Like a chef, without quality herbs, spices, meats, and veggies, any planned meal, no matter how well cooked doesn’t have the “WOW” factor.

The same goes for renovations to your home. Purchasing a quality product that is well made for your home by the manufacturer is 1/3 of the solution. A quality craftsman is another 1/3 to an outstanding job. The last key element is the accessories and material used to install, secure, and build around the material, for your project to go from good to “WOW.”

Whether your project is flooring, windows, or doors, Tom Adams Windows and Carpets only uses the best materials for installation to give our customers an “outstanding result.” Many contractors and competitors use inferior materials as a shortcut to save money. Ignorance in experience and knowledge of what bad materials to avoid turn a job from the possibility of outstanding to a mediocre one. Many times when a quote is compared from one contractor to another, the difference is not price alone, but the quality of those products that made the price lower.

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Our Past Work

Tom Adams only uses materials that fit our criteria:

Why do our competitors use inferior, cheaper products… strictly for their bottom line.

“If the lowest price is what you paid, then why are you surprised with the lowest value?”

- Warren Buffet