How to Hire a Roofing, Siding or Windows Contractor
Beauty, security, durability, and energy efficiency are primary considerations when you hire a contractor to replace your entry, storm, and/or patio doors.
If we were hiring a contractor to replace exterior or patio doors, the first thing we would do is check them out with the Milwaukee Better Business Bureau. Start by comparing positive, negative, and neutral reports. If there are any negative reports, how were they resolved? How quickly were they resolved? Ideally, there shouldn’t be any negative reports. Good contractors do their best to resolve issues long before customers feel compelled to complain to the Better Business Bureau.
Next, we would ask to speak to customers your contractor has worked with. You’ll want to know if the contractor used quality materials, took pride in their work, kept the job site clean, and got the job done on time and on budget. Look for customer comments like these:
We choose Nu-Way because we trust the company to do good work and to stand behind their workmanship and their products. ~ Dave S., Milwaukee
Very happy with service, answered all my questions. Crew was polite and did a good job ~ Stacy C., Milwaukee
You’ll want to work with a contractor who installs your door correctly to avoid ongoing maintenance headaches.
We install entry doors, storm doors, and patio doors (hinged and sliding). We work with both ProVia and Alside products. Alside offers exceptional style, functionality, and customization options. ProVia doors are built to be welcoming and beautiful while protecting those who live beyond its entrance. Both their steel and fiberglass doors are foam-filled with thermally efficient material and contain the best weather seals on the market. ProVia currently manufactures the most energy-efficient door on the market.