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4 Ways to Update Your Front Door

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When people look at your home, they see your siding, your windows, your roof, and your front door. While your front door may be the smallest of the bunch, it can make a big impression. If your front door is outdated, damaged, or simply an eyesore, let our door installation experts help. Here, we offer four ways you can update your front door and ultimately, the look of your home.

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4 Benefits of Fiberglass Doors

If you’re in the market for a new front door, we offer a variety of door materials and styles. One of our most popular is our steel door, which can provide several advantages when used as a main entryway to your home. Here are a few reasons why many homeowners turn to steel.

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7 Ways to Increase Your Home’s Resale Value

At P.J. Fitzpatrick, we know that you want to get the most out of your home while you’re living in it, but you also want to get the most out of it when you sell it. There are a few things you can do to increase your home’s resale price and appeal to your potential buyers.

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Don’t Miss Our September Specials

Now that the kids are back in school and temperatures are beginning to mellow out, September is a great time to address that home repair or installation that you’ve been meaning to get to. Right now, we’re offering a variety of home improvement specials for the month of September.

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The Advantages of Storm Doors

Summer is nearly here and if you don’t have a storm door on your home, you could be missing out on some savings (both in money and energy efficiency). Having a good-quality storm door professionally installed is money well spent.

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