Everyone has a favorite time of year. For some, it is the first chilly day in fall when the leaves begin to change color; for others, it’s the joy of Christmastime; and others love that first day of summer break with the long, sunny days. While all of these are wonderful in different ways, the first pleasant day after a cold winter is perhaps the most welcome of them all! After the frigid winter we have had this year, many people will look to that first warm day as a fresh start – the perfect opportunity to use your tax refund for home improvements and enjoy the benefits for years to come.
Replacing drafty windows and doors is the easiest way to cut energy costs and keep your home toasty in the winter and cool in the summer. Salem Windows and Doors (SW&D) makes it even easier, with great customer service, competitive prices and nothing but quality products. “I am the owner of SW&D and started in October of 2008, during the worst of the economic downturn,” said Ben Heinsohn. “We have survived these difficult years in the housing market by using great products, treating people with honesty and integrity, and following through with what we promise. We offer high-quality products (not just expensive products), sold directly to homeowners or through custom builders, so you get a great value without sacrificing on quality, like when going to a ‘box store.’ As owner, I am involved in every job, making sure it’s done to the highest standard, and that we have satisfied customers who will want to brag to their neighbors about the finished product!”
How many people do you know with a rolled-up towel under the front door? Or pieces of tape lining the windows? “As energy costs continue to climb, replacing old, ineffective products makes more sense and is a good investment to make,” said Heinsohn. “Sometimes it’s more important that the windows open (like in bedrooms), so there is a way to escape if the house caught on fire. Feeling the cold air coming through or seeing the fading the sun has done to the floors, drapery, etc., might be signs to replace windows. Glass technology continues to improve, so having new windows can solve both the heat loss and fading issues without [it] looking like you have ‘tinted’ windows.”
This technology is available at SW&D, because of the quality behind every product it sells. “Main window brands include Marvin, Hurd, Integrity and Semco,” said Heinsohn. “We also carry a full line of exterior doors and interior door products to fit all styles. Custom doors can be made to order to exact specifications, including wood species, glass configurations and shapes. We offer customers ‘turn key’ services for remodeling products and our installation services are 100% guaranteed! We stand behind our installation, and our workmanship is top-notch. Sometimes, replacing windows can get complicated, but we’re used to it! Our crew can handle all of the issues you face, so you don’t need to hire a contractor.”
With all that SW&D offers, it comes as a great surprise how affordable new windows and doors can be. “We are very competitive on our prices,” said Heinsohn. “We will match any written quote with a qualifying product. Often our products are of better quality and still competitively priced. We offer products that fit all budgets. We are a local company that takes pride in our work, the products we represent and in keeping our excellent reputation, [so] we treat each and every job like we’re working on our own homes. We have a local showroom in Kernersville, as well as a new showroom serving the ‘High Country,’ located in Boone.”
Salem Windows and Doors’ Triad showroom is located at 400 West Mountain Street in Kernersville. Call today for an appointment 336.770.5777, email email@example.com or visit the website at www.salemwindowsanddoors.com.
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