Affordable Replacement Window Systems is a small team of experts committed to exemplary service. Our goal is to provide our customers with a personable experience that “Big Box Stores” can’t deliver on in customer service, quality, or price. We believe we offer a service that can’t be beat and award winning replacement windows, siding, and doors at prices that can’t be matched.
Owner, Rico Loza, has been around home renovations his entire life. Growing up within the home renovations industry (his father was a Master Plumber and often took him along on jobs), he always had the itch to continue in the industry in one capacity or another. After 10 years as a General Contractor, mostly in Fort Worth, window replacements and door replacements became the main request from his customers. He decided to receive the proper certifications and make window and door installation his primary focus.
Rico Loza believes you should treat everyone with the same respect no matter where they come from. He treats his employees the same as his customers and is always researching ways to help better their lives. Respect and honesty run deep and are never compromised.
Rico envisions the company as the company homeowners turn to for affordable replacement windows. He plans to continue to grow in the North Texas Metroplex by offering award winning quality products at fair prices. He knows the growth of Affordable Replacement Window Systems is dependent upon the referrals of his satisfied customers so quality is always at the forefront of every job they complete.
About Rico Loza:
After 10 years as a General Contractor in North Texas, he decided to refocus his business. With the growth of replacement windows and doors in the North Texas Metroplex, and within his existing business, he made sure to take the steps to secure the proper training and certifications. As a Simonton Windows Master Installer, he has aligned himself with Simonton Windows to warranty ALL of his installations, which is a benefit for customers.
These days he spends his time raising his son and volunteering with a local non-profit Special Olympics Texas organization: Advocates for Special People.