Consumer protection officials in Bucks County today have been bombarded with complaints after a window replacement business abruptly closed its doors without completing customer orders Thursday.

Mike Bannon, director of the Bucks County Consumer Protection Agency, said he received a call today from one of the owners of Windowizards. The owner assured him that customers would be made whole, but did not explain why his 50-year-old business shut down without notice in Levittown.

The company has historically enjoyed a good reputation in the county, Bannon said, with just one consumer complaint over the past three years, and that complaint was resolved.

Bannon urged consumers to contact his office if they were affected and said they could also reach out to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's consumer protection division to report their situation.

Bannon said he had no information suggesting criminal activity and was handling the case as a mediator, for now.

Contact staff writer Maria Panaritis at 215-854-2431 or mpanaritis@phillynews.com.