SC Home Improvement Company Offers Factory Rate Window, Door Prices

January 16, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Home and property owners in South Carolina (SC) can now enjoy replacement windows on a cheaper rate as Holliday Home Improvements offers factory-direct window pricing.

Dubbed as one of the Best Home Improvement businesses in Bluffton, SC, Holliday Home Improvements provides replacement windows and doors with prices lower than what can be found in the market. Customers based on Hilton Head, Bluffton, the Lowcountry, including Charleston, SC, and parts of Georgia (GA), can enjoy this privilege.

The company has been serving the SC and GA community since 2010, from its humble beginning as a subsidiary of Holliday Home Services, Inc. For more than 30 years now, the commercial window installation company ventured into window and door replacement business to cater to the needs of the community. They first served the Hilton Head, Savannah, and Low Country communities with cleaning and property management services.

Hands-on couple Jason and Susan Holliday own the home improvement company. They are 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.”

The well-known Window Installation Company in Bluffton, SC offers a hassle-free quotation. They are SC’s exclusive dealer of three prominent 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.

Holliday Home Improvements also offers a reliable warranty on both the labor and materials by using certified installation techniques and quality materials. Their customers also enjoy an efficient payment program.

“We make it super easy for you to get the doors or windows that you want. We take cash, credit, or checks and have a hassle-free payment program if you want or need it. We make applying for financing super easy, and we have competitive terms,” says Jason Holliday.

Over the years, the Best Replacement Door in Bluffton, SC has also maintained customer satisfaction by using new techniques and technology to make the home improvement buying experience better for homeowners. The family-owned business assures clients with insured and professional crews who can do the job on time and within the budget.

To find out more about the various windows and doors products of Holliday Home Improvements, visit their website at https://www.hhiwindows.com/ or call (843) 689-2140 in Hilton Head and (843) 830-8419 in Charleston, South Carolina. Those in Savannah, GA, can call (912) 547-2484.

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

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

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