Windows & Doors

Windows are made from wood, vinyl, metal, or a combination of all. There are all-wood windows, vinyl-clad wood windows, aluminum-clad wood, all-aluminum, all-vinyl, fiberglass, and steel. We are not bound to any one manufacturer, thus we have access to a wide variety of manufacturers and suppliers. This ensures that we will find the right style windows to give your home the look as well as the efficiency you want. Browse our gallery below and call us today to set up an appointment with our owner Roger McClure to evaluate your project. Movie will play in a pop-up

9' French Door Install

Here our owner, Roger McClure, is assisting with setting this 9” Therma Tru Smooth Star Fiberglass entry door. The original doors were being replaced to correct a common set of problems, rotting brickmold and jambs with rusting door slabs. The Smooth Star door comes with composite no rot jamb legs and brickmold. Now the paint applied to the doors will be to give a fresh look, not something necessary to seal out the weather. ( View Video Install in New Pop-up Window ) Rot is the most common problem associated with wood rails, posts and pickets. We replaced the wood with no rot vinyl railings and structural posts. The vinyl can be cleaned with a mixture of bleach or mild cleaner and water once or twice a year. You will never have to stain again. The vinyl rails have a variety of spindles; rail and post designs that will add a fresh new look to your home. We not only install entry doors we also install storm doors. Here we removed an existing full view door and set a new 9 lite steel entry door with embossed grids. The storm door is a Pella full lite self storing unit that will provide years of venting for the home without bugs. This door is available in many colors. We can alter and create new doors and windows anywhere you want. Here we excavated the existing grade on the rear of this home. Then we cut out the brick and poured concrete foundation wall to create a new opening. We installed a 6’ Therma Tru smooth star fiberglass door with GBG (grids between the glass). The exterior was completed by installing a new steel lintel to hold the brick above the door. The matching brick and mortar was toothed in around the new door. The door frame was wrapped with PVC aluminum trim for a clad exterior. Masonry products take 28 days to cure and this is the reason for the reason for the discoloration you see. On the inside we removed existing sheetrock, framing and the trim. We installed new interior door trim and baseboard then painting was completed. This was the first step in a project to include a new patio and hardscape that is to be completed it the future.< View Photos >