A new door can really add beauty and value to a home. We have every type of exterior door you need, in a wide range of materials, sizes, and styles. We also carry interior panel doors, French doors and closet doors.
A new front door can add major curb appeal to your home, but can also add to the perceived value of a home. Your entryway is often the main focal point, so it is a great place to show off your individual style. Choose from a wide variety of doors with many glass patterns, from ThemaTru and Household Metals Inc. They are available in many colors and stains from the factory, or we can paint it a custom color just for you.
No door is complete without beautiful decorative hardware. We carry an extensive selection of handle sets from Schlage or Fusion.
Whether they are hinged or sliding, patio doors are beautiful complements to a home’s décor for views of the outside and bringing more natural light inside. The brands we carry are secure, weather-tight, and have many cosmetic options to choose from. We offer Andersen, Pella, Okna, and many more. Visit one of our showrooms in Lancaster or New Holland.
Not only do we install replacement windows and doors, but we offer other services as well. Check out our other home remodeling services we offer.
When you contact us about replacing windows and doors in your home, you will be surprised by just how many choices we can offer you. Our friendly staff will guide you through the many options of materials, styles and features.
Vinyl is our best-selling material, but we also offer fiberglass, composite or clad/wood windows. All of our replacement windows have superior quality, cosmetic options, and are Energy Star rated. Not only will you see a reduction in your energy bills, but new windows will reduce noise and help make your home comfortable and attractive. We carry a variety of brands including Okna, Ideal, Marvin, Pella, & Andersen.
Choosing a vinyl window can be difficult if you do not know what to look for. As a homeowner shopping for vinyl windows, consider these factors when purchasing:
Vinyl: Look at a cutaway view of the window to identify the quality of the vinyl and the thickness of the window’s components. A thicker vinyl ensures rigidity and more overall resistance to weather damage.
Jambs: The vertical members of the window frame, thicker jambs provide better overall performance of the operating parts of the window called the “sash.” Builder-grade windows have jambs from 2-7/16 to 3 inches thick, while premium grade windows offer 3-1/4 inch jambs.
Chambers: Multi-chambered frames and sash greatly improve structural performance by reducing the amount of expansion and contraction. Builder-grade vinyl windows generally have two to three internal chambers whereas premium grades have five, six or seven chambers offering superior energy efficiency. Higher end windows will also have polyurethane insulation in their frames.
Sloped sill: It’s not the thickness that matters here; instead, consider the degree of the slope of the window’s sill. A higher slope will allow for rainwater to hit the sash and flow downward, away from the window.
Spacers: The material used to join two pieces of glass together to form an insulated unit — a spacer’s material composition will affect air transfer. Aluminum spacers provide a chilly atmosphere depending on the season. Stainless steel and alloy spacers minimize the transfer of heat or cold through the window and minimize condensation on the windows, which is often caused by higher humidity levels in a home.
High performance glass: Vinyl windows, in general, are more energy efficient than wood windows. Look for windows that offer a u-value of 0.27 or lower, in order to conform to Energy Star ratings for our northern region. High performance glass will roughly save you 7% – 12% on heating and cooling costs per year. It also provides some of the best protection you can find against fading of home interiors caused by UV rays.