Our customers know that they can expect the high level of workmanship they deserve from us during every home improvement project in Lexington.
At Speaks Custom Window & Sunrooms, we do things differently when it comes to your home improvement projects, and our customers know they can expect the high level of workmanship they deserve from us. Not only do we make sure that the materials we use are of the highest quality, but we also use specially manufactured insulating sealant and secure every fixture with right number of full-length stainless steel screws. If that sounds like it might be overkill, here’s why we believe in this method for your home improvement projects of all shapes and sizes:
- Windows and doors usually come in good, better, and best — and have a price tag to match. Window manufacturers do a pretty good job of keeping tabs on each other, so nobody really has a major advantage over anyone else. However, window installation is the most ignored, skipped-over, taken for granted part of the whole replacement window process. If a window is not installed properly, it will not work properly. Installations are critical to ensuring your satisfaction and savings.
- We have to be careful about the use of the word “professional” when speaking about window and door replacement, sunrooms, or any kind of home improvement installation for that matter. We’ve seen professional installations fall apart just because one of the family’s children leaned on the window! Few people realize that by short-cutting the installation, they’re throwing away not only their investment dollars, but also thousands of future dollars due to lost efficiency.
If you are considering a home improvement project in the form of new windows, doors, siding, or the addition of an enclosure or sunroom, turn to our trusted team at Speaks Custom Window & Sunrooms. We have been providing expert solutions for 39 years, and our customers will tell you that they don’t need to go anywhere else when it comes to getting great materials and reliable installations in Lexington, North Carolina.