GENERALLY SPEAKING, there are two ways to go about making home improvements. Either you splurge for something purely for the indulgence of having it – the Italian marble bathroom you’ve dreamed about; that skylight that your spouse has been hinting at for the last 6 years – or you take a pragmatic approach, buying an Impact Rated Entry Door, Impact Rated Garage Door or Impact Rated Windows because you want to increase your home’s market value.
Some of the very best Return on Investments improvements you can do to your home are Entry Doors 100 – 130%, Impact Windows 80 – 86%, and Impact Rated Garage Doors 82 – 88%.
Windows are a substantial upgrade to your home. They not only lower energy bills, but even reduce noise. Both effects will make your home more comfortable and pleasant. Other benefits may include reduced condensation that can mitigate the growth of mold and mildew as well as UV treatments to protect draperies, carpets, and upholstery for becoming faded or discolored.
You combine this with substantially upgrading your home’s appearance and the 25 – 40% energy saving potential, it’s easy to see why you should call Titan Building Solutions today at 561-228-1420 for a FREE ESTIMATE and start saving right away.
Looking for a relatively inexpensive home improvement project that yields top returns? Look no further than an Entry door from Titan Building Solutions! According to an article in the September issue of Better Homes and Gardens, today’s top value home improvement project is a Entry door upgrade. Potential return on your investment is as much as 130 percent!
A beautiful front door adds to the overall curb appeal of your home and makes a big first impression, so it makes sense that replacing your front door can net you top returns and possibly help your home sell faster when that time comes.
Vinyl Windows and Doors from Titan Building Solutions offer significant advantages over Aluminum. Today’s vinyl windows and doors are more energy efficient, weather better and are lower cost.
Soaring energy costs are driving state and local building codes toward lower U-factor standards.
Vinyl windows and doors are 40% + more energy efficient – Vinyl windows deliver a typical U-factor of 0.35 vs. 0.60 for aluminum. *(source: The Efficient Window Collaborative, dual-pane Low-e)
Vinyl windows and doors meet Energy Star program U-factor requirements where aluminum windows and doors often can’t.
Proven to meet coastal Hurricane-Impact requirements and codes.
Vinyl windows and doors offer fully welded corner construction for superior protection from air and water infiltration compared to typical mechanically-fastened aluminum methods – providing more protection against litigation due to leaks, mold, etc.
Vinyl is proven superior in corrosive, coastal environments.
Vinyl can easily bend into many different architectural shapes.
20 year Warranty on Frame & Glass for Vinyl windows and doors.
Comes in Impact or Non-Impact.
Colors available; White, Bronze or Adobe.
All Titan Building Solutions vinyl windows are AAMA and NFRC certified, and compliant with ENERGY STAR and Green Building standards.
Florida Statute 627.0629 was adopted to require residential property insurance providers in Florida to provide “discounts, credits, or other rate differentials, or other appropriate reductions in deductibles” for residential properties where construction methods that have been shown to reduce loss caused by windstorms are employed.
The problem is that most Florida homeowners are not aware that these discounts exist and could save hundreds if not thousands of dollars in homeowners insurance cost by having a professional windstorm mitigation inspection preformed on their home.
Before you choose a Wind Mitigation Inspector, make sure that they are licensed to perform this inspection. Only state certified licensed contractors, engineers, architects or building officials can certify the inspection OIR-B1-1802 form. Your insurance company will not accept an unqualified inspection report. Call Titan Building Solutions at 561-228-1420 and start Saving today.
DIY Network’s own Amy Matthews host of Sweat Equity, This New House and Bathroom Renovations along with Chris Grundy host of Cool Tools and DIY Dominator meet with Charlie and Tony of Titan Building Solutions.
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