year was 1973.
“Crocodile Rock” topped the charts.
“The Exorcist” was the leading moneymaker
at the box office.
TV viewers declared that “All in the Family”
Income for the average American was about $10,000.
A 1st class stamp was 8 cents.
A gallon of gas was 39 cents.
A replacement window could
be had for $189.
was also the year that Creative Vinyl Systems
was getting started.
CVS was founded on the
premise that buying directly from the manufacturer
for home installation is simply the best way
to go. That basic concept, along with an extraordinary
attention to detail, expert installation techniques
and impeccable service, have driven CVS to the
forefront of the local home improvement industry.
seen the CVS yard signs everywhere – chances
are they’re in your neighborhood. Not
only do they indicate that CVS is working year
round but they help homeowners identify “a
new house at the same address”.
out why thousands of valley residents have
depended on and referred CVS Windows & Siding.
while stamps, gas and everything else
cost a lot more these days, you can still
get a replacement window from CVS for
seen the last of the pet rocks, Reggie
Jackson and Bob Griese have long since
retired and “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”
can only be heard on oldies stations now,
CVS Windows & Siding is here to