A.B.E. Doors & Windows Blog

31 January 2024
Our Year in Review
Our Year in Review

As we ring in the New Year 2024, I’d like to take the time to review our highlights from 2023. As you’ll see, we have a lot to celebrate. 

We’re celebrating our 50th Anniversary this year!

We welcomed four new employees: Austyn, Ryan, Joe, and Matt. Hopefully you’ll get to see each of them, depending on the work we may do in your home. 

It’s with heavy hearts that we saw Tom finally retire. He had been our main commercial service technician for the past forty-seven years, since 1977.

A.B.E. Doors and Windows brought on Sugarcreek in 1996, that’s Provia before it was even Provia. We started with their storm doors and storm windows. We’ve now been partnered with them for twenty-eight years! Provia is ushering in a whole new line of colors and decorative glass styles for 2024. 

We’re a Raynor dealer and have been happily carrying their garage doors since 2000. That’s twenty-four years! Raynor continues to innovate every year, bringing out more modern styles like the Aspen Contempra to keep up with the changing market. 

We’re looking forward to moving into our brand-new showroom sometime in spring! So, stay tuned for all the upgrades that the New Year has in store for everyone here at A.B.E. Doors and Windows!

23 January 2024
Preparing Your Home for Replacement Windows
Preparing Your Home for Replacement Windows

 

 

Replacing your windows is a wonderful way to add value to your home. You’ll also discover they are easy to maintain, energy efficient and add curb appeal. Let’s look at the process so you know what to expect.

Replacement windows, as the name suggests, are designed to replace your current windows. They will be similar in size as the old windows and mounted to fit the existing opening. This will cause minimal disruption to the wall and trim around the window. Less mess is always good!

When you meet to discuss the look of your new window it would be helpful to arrive with a budget in mind. This will help guide which materials and options to choose so we stay within your cost allocation.

There are many ways to create a design that matches your home’s décor. You can choose materials the compliment the outside and the interior of your home. We love the contemporary colors that are offered today. There are options that allow you to add a grid (paned) look to your window or none for a more minimalist approach. Choosing hardware will be the cherry on top of a beautiful new window. Our glass options include patterned, privacy, hand stained art and etched looks. All of which may add some design elements to your home. 

When installation day arrives you will be asked to clear the area surrounding the window and remove any window treatments or curtains. Protect any furniture with a covering or move it to another area. Keep children and pets away from the work area for their safety. 

It may seem early, but now is the perfect time to schedule a visit from us. Replacement windows can offer comfort to the inside of your home and a more pleasing ascetic look on the outside. Let us help you make this journey a positive one.


 

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