Our services includes:
Our interior and exterior door installation services can improve the curb appeal and value of your home while also saving you energy by having functioning doors that fit properly. Doors receive a lot of wear and tear throughout their life, and many homeowners have older homes with older doors that are important to the style of the home. If you do not want to replace an ailing door, then repair is almost always an option. With one call, you can have an insured and qualified professional to tackle the job quickly, whether it be entry door repair or work on interior doors. For sticking, dents, squeaking, air leaks, damaged door jambs, rotting/soft wood, broken locks, screen repairs, roller issues on pocket or sliding doors, whatever the issue, you will get the door repair service you need.
Did you know having an improperly installed door can raise heating and cooling costs? The truth is poor door installation can cause the doors to not be sealed correctly, which can cause air infiltration. If, for example, there is a gap between the ground and an exterior door, air can escape or enter your home. On the other hand, if a storm door is not properly installed, your home will not receive the protection that you need. For expert door installation service, call us, the professionals.
Metal and wood frame
Adding crown moulding to your home starts well before the wood ever touches the walls. Proper planning and preparation ensures that the crown moulding installation process goes quickly and smoothly leaving little room for errors. Our installation process is time test and proven, streamlining the crown moulding installation process from it’s inception.
As the old adage goes: measure twice — cut once. The first and most important aspect of the crown moulding installation process is ensuring all of your measurements are exact, both in terms of the crown moulding itself and also it’s placement on the wall. The proper measurements must be clearly marked in order to make the most accurate cuts possible for your crown moulding.
When we have determined that the fit is right, it’s time to go ahead and install the crown moulding on the wall itself. Depending on the length of the crown moulding, it can sometimes take more than one person to line everything up properly. Using finishing nails and paintable caulk, we attach the crown moulding as tight as possible, using caulk to fill in the gaps and spaces.