If you are having any difficulty with the accessibility of our website, please contact our website provider directly by phone or email to get the fastest possible response.
We want everyone who visits the Northeastern Window and Door True Value website to feel welcome and find the experience rewarding. In order to make our website accessible to individuals who rely on assistive technologies or alternative input devices, we are in the process of implementing the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 on our website. These guidelines explain how to design a website whose content is accessible to individuals who are disabled or rely on alternative and assistive technologies.
How are we doing?
Our website provider is working hard to implement the WCAG standards, but we realize there may be some areas that still need improving. We want to hear from you.
The best contact is Keegan Edwards, whose information is at the top of this page, but if you are in any way dissatisfied with the response you receive contact:Todd
A note on third party content
Along with our website, we link to third party sites (such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google) and may also include or embed third party content to share information and promotional content (such as products, coupons, et cetera).
We cannot control or correct problems with these third party sites, but please let us know if you encounter difficulty with the sites we link to so we can pass the information along to the owners of those websites. You may also want to address your concerns directly to these third parties.
Below are the publicly available Accessibility Policies of the third party sites we may use:
Northeastern Window & Door opened in 1979 by Jim and Betty Smith as a small Window & Door Shop serving Northeastern Michigan. The store is now owned and operated by John Smith, Jim and Betty's son.
Jim and Betty Smith, and family, lived in the Metro Detroit area. Jim worked as a trim carpenter. They had family in Alcona County and wanted to get out of the city. Jim and Betty would come "Up North" on the weekends and Jim did side jobs when he was in the area. Jim had trouble locating materials for his jobs. He saw a need for a window and door supplier in Alcona County so he and his family relocated to Mikado in 1979 and opened Northeastern Window & Door in May 1979, on the corner of US 23 and Main Street in Harrisville. Jim sold windows, doors and trim. Jim became known as "Need trim, see Jim".