It’s that time of year again, spring has sprung and the heat is coming sooner than later! It’s time to replace those out- of-date, energy leaking windows and exterior doors. Windows and doors account for 25% of total heat/cool costs! At Teague Lumber Co. we can help with all your improvement needs.
Your entry door is the most important door in your home. It’s the door that everyone sees, uses and either admires or criticizes as they drive by or visit. Let us help you make that a reality come true with a new wood, metal or fiberglass door that makes a statement and actually increases the value, and curb appeal of your home.
Chances are your existing windows do not pass the energy codes that are required in this day and time. With the amount of money or energy that is leaking from your old doors and windows, it will pay for itself in two to three years in energy savings. Not to mention how much quieter your house will be from outside noise. It’s not as expensive as you might think to replace. Most people think that window replacement costs are in the $8,000 to $10,000 dollar price range to replace all their windows. That’s not true! Depending on the quality and type of windows you want, the average home has approx. 15 to 20 windows and it’ll only cost around $4,000 to $5,000 dollars to replace all of them and that’ll usually includes labor. With this in mind, don’t hesitate to see how much your home would cost! Just give us a call and we’ll can walk you through the process. It’s free!!
If you are interested in pricing for that new front door or windows I think you will be surprised that it’s not as expensive as you thought. Plus on average upgrading windows and doors can save you a minimum of 18% on heating/cooling costs! I’d love for you to come down and see our store and meet my fellow salesmen. You’ll discover that you’ve been going to the wrong store for your building needs after you experience the customer service we provide on a regular basis. We appreciate your business and will never take it for granted.
So off the couch and turn off the TV and start making your home something to be proud of and much more energy efficient!!