RazorClean Handyman Door Replacement
Hiring RazorClean Handyman for your door replacements provides your home with quality-craftsmanship door work, installed by experienced contractors. RazorClean Handyman guarantees that your doors will keep out the rain, snow, heat, and cold, while contributing to the overall visual appeal of your home. Each of our doors is installed to precise specifications – no gaps, no leaks, and no misalignment.
Our Door Replacement Services:
- French Doors
- Security Doors
- Custom Doors
- Interior Doors
- Entry Doors
- Sliding Doors
- Patio Doors
Why Should You Hire Us?
Experience Leads to a Job Well Done.
Front doors: Is the first thing that people see when approaching your house. Having a beautiful front door would greatly improve people’s first impression of your house. Technological advancements and innovations have created various styles and designs that would complement any architecture. Many of them are now durable and, with proper care and maintenance, could last a lifetime.
Storm doors: This type is usually installed in front of your primary exterior door with the sole purpose of protecting it from harsh weather conditions and to allow ventilation. The typical features of a storm door include interchangeable glass and window screen panels, for maximum visibility and to prevent insects from going inside your house. This type of door comes in various materials, including wood, aluminum, PVC and fiberglass.
Patio doors: If you want additional light and ventilation into your house, invest in a patio door. A basic door is made of solid panel of glass. Almost all of them are transparent with small metal frame to allow you unobstructed view of the inside or the outside of your house. You can accentuate your patio door with blinds or curtains.
Going Green for the New Year
After the first of the year, homeowners typically look for ways to improve their dwelling whether it’s to increase value or get a jump on some new resolutions. With the economy such as it is, it just might be a good idea to go Green when considering home projects around the house. Green home improvement…
Going Green for the New Year
After the first of the year, homeowners typically look for ways to improve their dwelling whether it’s to increase value or get a jump on a new year resolution.
Green home improvement projects can not only promote cost savings over time but can also be less costly at the outset.
Here are a few home improvement projects that not only qualify as green in terms of energy savings but also will save you a bit of green along the way:
The door and window frames around your home offer a great escape for heat in the winter and cool air in the summer months. Blocking leaks around your house is a great green home improvement starter project for anyone.
Try re-caulking windows and adding rope insulation to door and window frames that show signs of leakage. Check the insulation in your attic and replace where needed. And insulate any exposed pipes; exposed pipes can lose as much as 40% of its temperature.
Upgrade to a Programmable Thermostat: A simple programmable thermostat is a green upgrade that requires only a reasonable investment.
The EPA reports that maintaining consistent home temperatures and turning down the heat every evening can save $150/year in heating costs. Programmable thermostats manage temperature regulation easily.
Purchase Energy Efficient Appliances: Energy efficiency isn’t just the phrase of the day; it’s a concept that’s here to stay. Aside from being socially responsible, it saves you money, which is always a good thing.
The easiest way to go green is to make an energy efficiency upgrade. It reduces your carbon footprint and pays for itself in the long run. How can you tell if an appliance is energy efficient? Look for the Energy Star rating to designate appliances and products. An energy Star appliance saves at least 30% on energy consumption over standard models. These models save not only on consumption of energy but also on pollution of the planet. Most manufacturers participate in and offer Energy Star products. You’ll know them by the blue and white Energy Star logo.
Visit energystar.gov to see a list of current models on the market or to learn more.
Decorating pros will tell you that the most cost effective and impactful (even dramatic) change you can make to a room is paint color. Paint colors, interesting textures and patterns change the mood of a room instantly. And if you use no VOC paints, you can add a dash of clean air to the mix as well.
Traditional paints contain what’s called volatile organic compounds, toxic components in paint resin that help to maintain pigment. VOCs are toxic because they tend to the gaseous state. And as such, they are released through the process of evaporation into the air we breathe.
No VOC paint and primer are great foundations to a green remodel. Low-VOC paints are also an option, but the guidelines are a little vague on the definition of low-VOC. Some brands offer varying degrees of VOCs in these products. Be sure you know what you’re getting when you make your purchase.
There are a number of simple cost effective ways you can start your year off green.
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Time to Replace Those Windows?
Installing new windows in your home is a big investment and it's easy to be on the fence with the decision to make the leap. Buying new windows is a decision of both aesthetics and utility. It may be that new windows are needed to complete the look of your home or that the old…
Time to Replace Windows
Installing new windows in your home is an investment, If you’re considering getting new windows there are four considerations you want to factor in.
One of the most important factors to consider in the decision to replace your windows is how energy efficient your current windows are. If you’re losing comfort and money each season due to escaping heat or air, it’s time to replace.
If outdoor sounds are becoming an indoor distraction. You may want to get sound proof friendly windows, which offer greater options for noise control in your home.
Windows allow protection against unwanted animals and insects. Animals and insects usually seek windows as a way to enter your home. Windows not only allow you to remain safe but they allow comfort.