Holliday Home Improvements Now Serves Clients In Georgia

October 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Window and door replacement company Holliday Home Improvements is now serving customers in Savannah, Georgia (GA). It is in addition to their existing store in Hilton Head, Bluffton and the Lowcountry Area in South Carolina (SC).

The company owned and operated by couple Jason and Susan Holliday started as a subsidiary of a cleaning and property management business. As the need for window and door replacement service arises in SC, the couple pioneered the business in 2010.

For more than eight years now, Holliday Home Improvements has been providing Best window and door replacement services in SC. With their expansion, the company is reaching more and more customers across the US. It is in line with the company’s vision to make replacing windows and doors easy and stress-free.

“At Holliday Home Improvement, our mantra is to serve. Seeking to serve our clients comes first. We know that if we keep this central to our business, that opportunity will follow.”

Unlike other businesses, Holliday Home Improvements offer their customers a better product at a better price. The company “factory direct” with as many products as they could find to serve the local community. Buying direct gives them an edge in price and the quality of the product they provide.

Holliday Home Improvements is also the only company in SC and GA that offers products from three prominent suppliers. The company is the exclusive dealer for Sunrise Windows and Doors, Provia Windows and Doors, and Soft-lite Windows and Doors. These three companies have outstanding products and warranties that are attractive, especially for high-end clients.

Replacement Windows and Doors Hilton Head and Bluffton SC can do more for your home than simply enhance its curb appeal. They can also reduce your maintenance workload, make your home more energy-efficient, and help your family stay safe during inclement weather. Reaping all of these benefits, however, is highly dependent on choosing the right windows (and doors),” the company said.

The company is also considered the most chosen service provider in SC and GA for the excellent service they offer. They are known for providing an accurate and honest estimate to their client’s needs. The company also is licensed, insured, and with professional crews, ensuring their clients are in good hands.

To get a free consultation and quote a replacement window or door project in Bluffton SC, contact Holliday Home Improvements through their website at https://www.hhiwindows.com. Those interested may also call them through the following numbers: (843) 689-2140 for those in Hilton Head, (843) 830-8419 in Charleston, and (912) 547-2484 in Savannah, GA. Visit their place at 4 Stauffer Court, Bluffton, SC 29910

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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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