When installing plastic windows, we take the time to do the job right.
Enclosing an outdoor space on your property comes with many appealing benefits. You can enjoy time outside throughout the changing seasons without having to worry about the climate conditions or bothersome pests. An enclosed space is also great for young kids and pets, as it provides a safe place to play. If you want to maximize the outdoor area on your Durham, North Carolina property, you may want to consider also adding windows to the enclosure. With windows in place, you can enjoy the sunlight as it streams through while remaining protected from the elements.
At Screen Medics, we can install a wide range of windows as part of an enclosure project. You can choose from vinyl and plastic windows, both of which offer appealing benefits. Plastic windows are more budget friendly yet deliver the same appeal. You can see straight through them, looking out on your property as you watch the sun rise or set each day. For clients interested in plastic windows, we often use poly panels, which are durable and cost-effective.
When installing plastic windows, we take the time to do the job right. All of our technicians are experienced and trained in the installation process. We also use high-quality plastic windows that can withstand exposure to the elements. Our technicians will perform a custom fitting for your plastic windows, ensuring that the finished products are cut to the exact dimensions of your enclosed space. We take pride in delivering a high standard of workmanship on all the products and services we provide, and we stand behind our work with a one-year warranty on materials and labor to back it up.
At Screen Medics, we offer plastic windows to residents of Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Willow Spring, Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Youngsville, Sanford, Clayton, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, Hillsborough, Carrboro, Wake Forest, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wendell, Zebulon, Creedmoor, Franklinton, Lillington, Coats, Smithfield, and Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina.