About Sahara Windows and Doors

Serving the entire Chicago area for over 50 years, Sahara Window and Doors began in Chicago and moved to the suburb of Mount Prospect 20 years back. Since first opening, Sahara Window and Doors has established itself as the leader in Chicagoland’s window and door industry. Currently owned and operated by retired Chicago Police Officers, Sahara is a family-run business with Iver Johnson Sr. at the helm as well as his son Iver Jr., and daughter, Andrea Jager. The family also owns and operates American Thermal Window, a sister company located in Chicago. With deeps roots to the community and commitment to excellence, Sahara Window and Doors has expertly served all the Chicago area since it first opened.

The showroom, located in Mount Prospect, has displays for the different types and styles of windows, doors, and other products carried by the company. Examples of bay windows, double hung windows, triple hung windows, bow windows, garden windows, shutters, siding doors, storm doors, fire doors, and front entry doors are on display on the showroom floor. Services provided by Sahara Window and Doors include full window and door installations, gutters, vinyl siding, soffits, fascias, and glass block windows.

Sahara Window and Doors has received many glowing reviews and recommendations over the years and is fully licensed, insured, and bonded for the work they complete. Also, as a member of the Professional Remodelers Association, Sahara Window and Doors has highly experienced carpenters on staff who provide excellent, personalized service on all projects. Sahara Window and Doors also has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

What makes Sahara Window and Doors so unique and causes it to stand out from its competitors is the numerous product lines carried. Instead of carrying a few brands, Sahara Window and Doors has 12-15 different brands including Pella, Marvin Windows and Doors, SilverLine Windows and Doors, an Andersen Company, Great Lakes Window, Albany Doors Systems, Larson Manufacturing, James Hardie, and Alside.