First impressions count. Nothing adds more to a home’s curb appeal
than attractive, well-maintained windows and doors. And aesthetics
aren’t the only issue. Many homeowners shopping for replacement
windows and doors also have concerns about safety and security and energy efficiency. As anyone who has come close to falling off a ladder washing second floor windows or installing storm windows will tell you, easy maintenance is also a top priority.
“The technology has improved so much over the years,” says Tim
Englert. “Today, there are so many new products from which to choose - including durable steel and fiberglass doors that mimic the look of wood as well as all vinyl and vinyl/wood windows that tilt in for easy cleaning. New windows and doors can really improve the look of your home and make your life easier at the same time.”