When’s the last time you thought twice about the entrance to your home? Ironically, for something used so often, we usually ignore it because it’s always just been there – you open the door and you close it behind you. However, if you could use a simple and affordable uplift to the façade of your Carver area property, with the benefits of added energy efficiency and the latest innovations in manufacturing, the time to think about a new entry door is now! Our neighbors in Carver and surrounding areas likely know TJ Exteriors Inc. due to our long history with replacement window installation. Owner and lead contractor Tom Gestach has been in this game for more than 30 years, after all! Our AAMA InstallationMasters™ certification also means we’re trained to replace entry and patio doors for maximum insulation and security, not to mention an eye-catching new pop of color to up your home’s curb appeal.
At TJ Exteriors Inc., we know you have many choices when shopping for a new entry door, and will work with you to get the right match for your home. However, our experience with two brands in particular – both featuring several lines of entry and patio doors for your customization – lend us to recommend a solution from ProVia® or Soft-Lite®.
Choose from stunning and maintenance-free fiberglass that resembles real wood grain, or the strongest, most secure doors available in heavy-duty steel. ProVia doors offer dozens of options for colors, patterns and glass insets so your front door is the perfect reflection of your style.
These sliding doors are among the most energy-efficient on the market. Some Soft-Lite lines utilize three layers of glass, including a laminated layer that keeps warmth inside while still giving you an expansive view of your surroundings.
TJ Exteriors Inc. looks forward to hearing from you. Contact us at (952) 448-4312 so we can work to get your new entry door or sliding patio door installation started! We’re also happy to talk to you about a new roof, siding, decks and more.
Before the Azek maintenance free decking and Westbury railing goes on.