“So far, I’ve completely failed to win the lottery,” John said, “which means the total overhaul my house needs just isn’t going to happen.” John’s home is an older home in the Pembroke area. “Structurally, it’s great,” he explained. “But it has no curb appeal. It’s just blah – white vinyl siding, lackluster windows, and a front door that’s just blah. What’s the most cost effective way I can transform the look of my home?”
While every home is different, there’s no doubt that upgrading a home’s windows and doors can radically change how it looks. Harvey vinyl replacement windows are available in a wide range of designs, from the traditional to the cutting edge. Locally, the Andersen 400 series wood clad vinyl windows are a popular option, as Pembroke homeowners enjoy having a classic wood finish inside the home and the easy maintenance of vinyl outdoors.
The front door is the focal point of the exterior. Therma-Tru Entry Doors are designed to make an impression. Well-built doors that protect your family from the elements as well as unwanted visitors, Therma-Tru Entry Doors offer exceptional styles and extraordinary value. Replacement doors can be installed with one, two, or no sidelights. Choose from one of 6 collections, or, for the ultimate in self-expression, design your own door using Therma-Tru’s Design Your Door tool.
When having replacement windows and doors installed in Pembroke, it’s important to remember that the quality of the installation matters. Don’t trust your home to the lowest-bidder contractors provided by home improvement superstores. You want skilled, experienced, trustworthy professionals who specialize in replacement window and door installation.
The cost of having replacement windows and doors installed can be offset by the energy savings the homeowner realizes. Energy experts agree that up to 40% of a home’s energy can be lost through leaky doors and windows. Replacement windows and doors improve a home’s energy efficiency while boosting curb appeal!
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