Doors And Windows Installation
Why hire a company that started out as a painting company for doors and windows installation at your home or business?
After all, there are tons of companies that actually SPECIALIZE in door & window installation.
The reason? Because these types of companies SPECIALIZE in door & window installation.
Confused? Understandable. Let’s dig deeper…
When LOPCO Contracting added its carpentry division years ago, we noticed a HUGE segment of the market that was grossly being underserved.
There were A LOT of companies out there who did a REALLY good job of installing doors & windows.
The challenge seemed to come after the installations were done. Yes, the installations were often executed to perfection with everything functioning perfectly.
The problem that arose seemed to not have anything to do with the door or window installation.
What the issue was, was that a good majority of these projects NEVER looked like finish products!
Although these companies were really good for doors and windows installations, very few of them seemed to want to attempt blending in the finishes of the areas around the door or window that they installed.
Even more so, those that did attempt to blend in finishes, whether a paint, stain, or anything in between, did not seem to be that great at it…
Enter LOPCO Contracting into the world of door and window installation.
When we install a door or window, it looks like a seamless production.
It appears as if the door or window were always there.
In new construction this is not that big of a challenge. Where we really excel however is when we install doors and windows in a home that has been around awhile and after our install is complete, it looks as if the door or window were always there.
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