We did the Screen Room enclosure with the EZE-Breeze window enclosure. This system is durable, attractive and versitle. Can be closed to keep weather out while still enjoying the outdoors.
All she needed was a facelift! This home came with the original wood windows. We installed PGT Spectra Guard double hung windows for beauty and durability.
Because the house was built prior to 1978 we had to test for the presence of lead in the paint. Yes led was present so we had to remove the old windows in accordance to new Florida led law requirements. We are fully licensed in FL to do so and the homeowner was delighted.
The perfect way to expand the use of your home! Adding extra living space to your home with a wood construction, drywall finished and valuted ceiling is an excellent choice providing an enclosure perfectly suited for family gatherings while adding value to your existing home.
The wood construction allows for more versility and functionality with the addition of a mini split A/C unit install regulating your new living space. The PGT 2100 series windows and the full glass french door match the existing windows of the home. The vinyl siding installed is a perfect match, making this enclosure the perfect compliment!
Located on Jacksonville’s North Side
Most unique house we have ever done! This picturesque home boasts spectacular views and was exciting for us to complete. Located on the St. John’s River, off of Heckscher Drive.
The round top section is Primed Hardie custom painted in addition to the flat siding for the home. This demonstrates the versatility of this product.
Here are photos of the inside/outside of our double hung windows on a house in Mandarin. Sorry about the fuzzy picture of the inside, it’s the only one I could get! These traditional style windows allow you to clean the exterior glass surface easily from the inside!
Typically we use colonial grid on the front of the house to add curb appeal.
This is the first HardiPlank that we’ve done in Jacksonville from the Coastal Color Collection; these colors are not advertised by Hardie but the collection was designed specifically for coastal living. The color we used here is called Cool Breeze.
We also did the vinyl siding and windows. Florida building codes have changed and no long require homes to have hurricane protected windows, however the windows we install protect you from more than the elements.
Perhaps some do-it-yourself projects for home renovation can save you some cash, but when it comes to replacing home windows, you are better off leaving the job to the experts. Some mistakes and accidents may happen if you have not done this before, or if you leave the job to an inexperienced person.
Here are 4 good reasons why you should hire a professional Jacksonville window installer:
1. Having the right tools
A window expert will have the tools required for the job. Some window designs need special tools and buying them may be a bigger investment than hiring a window installer instead.
2. Getting it done right
A window installation service guarantees their products and services. If you have never installed a window before, you may commit mistakes that can be costly. On the other hand, if you go with a professional service, you can always call on them again if something goes wrong with the installation.
The best window installers come with a good reference, so ask around from family and friends on who can provide excellent workmanship in your area.
3. Window installer
If you work with a window installer who has been in the business for a long time, you will benefit from the company’s years of experience. They can anticipate problems and provide solutions in case something goes wrong during installation. You should make sure that your installer will guarantee the work for at least one year.
4. Time Saver
Hiring a professional window installer saves you time. One reason people may choose to install windows themselves is to save money. However, if you have never done this job before, you may actually spend more time and money trying to get the task done correctly. If you make a mistake, you may end up paying more than your budget.
Professional window contractors know the task inside out, whichever type of window you may have in mind. Some suppliers would also recommend energy-efficient windows that can actually help you save money from power costs. Your investment would surely pay off in the long run if you hire an expert on installing windows.
If you have a new home and you wish to increase its value, you may think of replacing your windows to improve your home design. However, if you do the installation yourself, prepare to take the risk of making mistakes and possibly even damaging your walls, if you use the wrong tool or made errors in measurement. It still makes sense to hire a professional Jacksonville window installer who can assure you of quality workmanship and just enjoy the view once everything is done right.
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We can install this product virtually anywhere on your home, adding archetectual appeal,and increasing value to your home. Here we have installed it along with a screen room addition we built.
- Fast, clean installation
- Aesthetically pleasing
- No need to paint, coat or seal
- Withstands freezes, thaws, winds and heat
- Made of lightweight aggregate materials
- Requires no additional footings for support
- Made from a minimum of 50% recycled content as validated by UL Environment™
- Backed by a 50-year limited warranty including one-time transferability*
Actually two different townhomes on Peppermill Lane off of Losco. These homes had cedar lap siding on the front and T1-11 panels on the sides and back. We installed HardiePlank and HardieTrim and a custom Sherwin Williams paint job.
On both of these homes you can see how they looked before by looking at the neighbors house on the right.
Our goal with this Two story block house was to provide an office for a work at home businessman. We removed the existing carport and built a Sunroom using a HardirPlank KneeWall, Simonton Slider windows and a PGT french door.
Many people are surprised to see that Martin Home Exteriors Sunrooms have no wood in the construction. You can see here that the framing is all aluminum, the first roof panel is in place. These “sandwich” panels are 3″ thick with aluminum on the top and bottom, insulation in between. They are strong enough to walk on!