Holliday Home Improvements Exclusively Distributes Outstanding Windows And Doors Brand

September 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Holliday Home Improvements provides replacement windows and doors for Hilton Head, Bluffton, the Lowcountry including Charleston and now including all of South Carolina and Georgia. The company has been doing windows and doors replacement since 2010.

The company started as a subsidiary of Holliday Home Services, Inc. for more than 30 years. They first served the Hilton Head, Savannah and Low Country communities with cleaning and property management services.

As the need for replacement window and door specialist arises, couple Jason and Susan Holliday decided to focus on this area. Jason and Susan observed that most of the local contractors in the area only understood that replacing windows and doors meant taking the wall apart and putting it back together, like new construction. Alternatively, the couple wanted to change this practice and to provide a better option for the community.

The couple then started Holliday Home Improvements that focused on replacement windows and doors designed to give the homeowner what they want and need; new windows and doors, but in a more timely manner and at a much lower price.

“Replacement windows and doors save the homeowner time and money because they are specifically built to fit into the existing opening without having to remove trim or molding and no painting is required in most installations,” Jason states on their website.

To serve the community better, Holliday Home Improvements buys directly to the supplier. With this, their clients get the best product at a lesser price.

In fact, Holliday Home Improvements is now an exclusive dealer of three outstanding brands: Sunrise Windows and Doors, Provia Windows and Doors, and Soft-lite Windows and doors. These companies have the highest quality standard products and warranties.

Holliday Home Improvements also supplies products from Andersen Sunrooms, Soft-Lite Windows and Hurricane Impact Windows and Sliding Glass Doors and ThermaTru Doors.

They also assure their clients of an energy-efficient product line offering the Best Window Installation Service in Bluffton SC. Their windows are manufactured to the highest standards to outperform the competition. They also make sure that with their design, their clients could save on their air conditioning bill. “We combine premium grade replacement window products with factory-direct pricing and professional, courteous installation to offer the very best value available today,” as stated on their website.

The company also highlights client value and satisfaction. Jason and Susan continually strive to increase the customer’s satisfaction by using new techniques and technology to make the home improvement buying experience better for homeowners.

To find out how easy replacing your windows and doors can be, visit their website at https://www.hhiwindows.com/ or call (843) 689-2140 in Hilton Head and (843) 830-8419 in Charleston, South Carolina. For those in Savannah GA, you can call (912) 547-2484.

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For more information about Holliday Home Improvements, contact the company here:

Holliday Home Improvements
Jason
(843) 689-2140
hhsusanholliday@gmail.com
4 Stauffer Court, Bluffton, SC 29910

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