When prime replacement windows are not an option, whether it be for budgetary or historical maintenance reasons, Harvey Tru-Channel aluminum storm windows are an excellent solution. Compared to the average storm windows, Harvey storm products use twice the weatherstripping and have among the lowest in air infiltration rates. So if you're considering leaving your existing windows as they are, then you should be considering the Harvey Tru Channel storm window to keep your home as air tight as possible. Storm windows are always a good idea when your Rivco wood windows are in good shape and you just need to make them more air tight or to keep the elements away.
Harvey also provides a full line of storm doors. The Traditional style aluminum door is the least expensive of the doors and has a classic look to them. The best storm door available from Harvey is the Solid Core storm door which has a solid wood core that is wrapped on the exterior with vinyl. On the higher end, Harvey offers the Estate Series storm doors which have a foam insulation that provides the best guard against the weather. This line also offers the slide away insect screen.
We also offer Andersen 2000, 3000, and 4000 series storm doors. With a classy look and feel to it, Andersen storm doors offer high end options at affordable prices. The 3000 series slide away screen has a retractable insect screen and the 4000 series full lite lets in a lot of light, with interchangeable screen and glass that pop out at the turn of the handle.
SUNROOMS and ENCLOSURES
Picture sitting in a nice warm room looking out at the snow falling or opening all the windows in the summer and feeling a nice breeze come through your home. What starts out for most people as a luxury purchase turns out being everybody's best investment yet. Every customer we've finished a sunroom or porch enclosure for has ended up spending most of their time there year round.
At Romeo Vanegas, LLC, we custom tailor every sunroom to our customer's needs at the most affordable pricing. We can give you glass and windows from the ground up to the ceiling to make you feel like you're on the outside. If you prefer a little more privacy, we can build a small knee wall and put the windows on top of that. Either way, these sunrooms are made nice and airtight and will have you spending all four seasons there.