Sun Home Improvement sells and installs replacement wood, fiberglass and vinyl windows and doors from Pella, Andersen, Marvin and Sunrise.
Certified Lead Abatement Contractors
If your home was built before 1978, Michigan law requires that any person performing lead-based paint activities (such as door or window replacement) must be certified by the Department of Community Health.
We are certified Lead Abatement Contractors (#C-00574) with the State of Michigan and EPA Renovate Right trained. Your family’s safety is our priority.
InstallationMasters™ Remodeling Contractor
Sun Home Improvement employs certified InstallationMasters™ trained installers.
There is a lot to know about properly installing windows and doors. Window manufacturers’ installations can’t be expected to provide complete details on how to handle the hundreds of different surrounding wall and job site conditions found in the field.
Mistakes made in the field may result in:
- Lower than expected energy savings from a high-performance product.
- The frustration of repeated service calls to correct problems with air and water leakage or improper operation.
- Significant damage to your home from water damage and mold growth.
No matter how much you spend on top-of-the-line windows and doors, they won’t achieve peak performance if they are installed incorrectly. InstallationMasters™ certification ensures that the contractor has installation experience and has been trained on the proper techniques.
Door and Window Replacement Job Gallery
See examples of our past work in the gallery below:
Insert or Full Frame Window Replacement: Which method is right for your home? Click here for informative look at both installation methods.
We are a certified lead abatement contractor with the Michigan Department of Community Health, certification number C-00574. For more information, visit Michigan Healthy Homes.