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Patios

Let the light in!

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
Patio Doors

Traditional paned door from the outside


 
Patio Doors from Inside

Patio doors from the inside


 
Patio Doors

Modern style patio doors

Adding a patio to your home not only adds a pleasant outdoor space, but the patio doors and adjacent windows allow more light into the house as well.

The length and floorplan of your home and the slope of your yard will determine the length and width of the patio you can add. The longer the patio, the more windows and patio doors you can add to let light in. These photos are of doors to a 9′ patio and a 12′ patio.

Choosing your doors

Style.

Choose a style of door that will complement the style of your home and your existing doors and windows. Traditional style homes may want traditional doors with pane inserts and matching windows, while more modern home styles may be enhanced with a cleaner, “no pane” look.

Energy efficiency.

Energy Star®To avoid energy loss through your new doors and windows, be sure to select that meet or exceed the Energy Star® guidelines for energy efficiency.

Click here to visit the Energy Star® Residential Windows, Door, and Skylights website for more information about Energy Star® compliance, tax benefits, and potential savings of residential doors and windows.

Brand.

System Home Improvement ProductsWindows and Home Renovations Direct offers a wide range of brands, including System, ProVia, Pella, Therma-Tru, and Peachtree.

Learn more about the variety of doors we sell and install.
View our Door Photo Gallery.

Questions?

If adding a patio and patio doors and windows to your home sounds interesting but confusing and expensive, contact us for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation. We can you let the light in…affordably!

Ask about our 12 months same as cash financing option!

Professional in-ground pool installation

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

We build in-ground pool

We build in-ground pools – and patios, too!

It’s that time of year again – the time when families start to wonder, “Wouldn’t it be great if we had a pool in the backyard?”

We Can Help!

Adding an in-ground pool takes planning. Where you put it depends on building and homeowner’s association regulations, as well as the size and slope of your property and the type of soil it has.

We’re putting this pool in a yard with a slope. It takes a lot of work and know-how to get it just right. This will be finished soon and ready for the owners to enjoy, along with the flagstone pool deck we put in around it.

Do you have questions about putting a pool in your yard?

Contact us for a no-cost, no-obligation on-site consultation to determine the type of pool that will best fit your yard, your budget, and your family.