Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors

Phoenix, AZ / 50 mi
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Featured Reviews for Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors

First Impression Ironworks
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 29, 2013
I ordered two custom security screen doors for my Tucson, AZ home and every step of the process with them was amazing. First call to, sales call to the installation and the product. They were installed in December and they look and work beautifully. I highly recommend this company.
Arizona Window and Door Store
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsSeptember 9, 2020
We recently moved into an older home and needed to upgrade the sliding glass door from our family room to backyard. We found AZ Window and Door to be super professional, delivered in the time frame promised (actually better than anticipated) and the installation went off without any issues. We are really happy with the outcome and the door itself is perfect - very high quality and immediately improved the look of our home!
Cover Glass Southwest
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsAugust 23, 2019
This glass is amazing my room looks 10 times bigger now the service was excellent and all my friends want one now I would highly recommend this company if you Want to change the look of your house
First Option Design Build
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 1, 2016
Paul Zimmerman will always be my contractor. Last year, he did a complete demo and remodel in my master bathroom, as well as a 3/4 remodel of my guest bathroom. I didn’t have a clue what to do with my master bathroom shower area and he rattled off several options, each with different variations that would suit my needs. I had had other contractors come in to discuss and give me bids, but none of them had the flexible mind that Paul has, not only with design, but with great money saving ideas. He is also willing to offer his opinions when I ask or when he sees my confusion over what to do. What I had in the master bath was an old shower, probably since 1981, with ugly tiles, impossible to clean, and worst of all, the sliding glass shower door that moved inside a track that easily got filthy and I despised cleaning. My flooring was so plain and ugly, the bugs couldn’t even bear to see it anymore. I also had the same dreary sinks and vanity. My guest bath I was just plain bored of. And I never did like the piping that showed behind the pedestal sink. Again, the drab floor needed a major makeover. Now I have a wonderful tiled wall for the shower. Paul knew just how to lay two rows of decorative tile, between which the large tiles lay in a diagonal pattern; above and below the decorative tile is laid in a straight type of pattern. He also put a little "bench" in the corner. Paul also discovered that he could create an inset for shampoos and soaps, so that is a great use of space. (He really knows how a house is built!) A curtain is not even needed, though I chose to get one anyway. I used the same tile for the flooring. And for the countertop for which I was considering a granite slab, Paul came up with the idea of getting large tiles instead. So my cost went from probably over $1,000 to something like $3.20 for each of 6 tiles. All of my fixtures are now in the oil rubbed bronze that I love, including the shower head which was recommended by Paul. Now in my guest bathroom, I knew I wanted a vessel sink. I looked at so many and found just what I wanted at the place Paul recommended. Found a great vanity, too. I also changed my mirror and lighting to go with my rustic theme. And my flooring says it all with the rustic; I absolutely love the stone. Well as long as I’m remodeling, I figured I’d change out the medicine cabinets and toilets, too. Paul recommended the type of toilet that sits higher than my current one. I love them! And they never fail to come up in comments from my guests!
Western Window Systems
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 2, 2013
We have and continue to work with Western Window Systems to offer our customers unique high-end window and door solutions in our Vancouver, BC market. Everyone of our customers who have bought Western Windows absolutely fallen in love with the quality and operation of these products. We cannot recommend Western Window Systems enough for their commitment to quality, innovation, and professionalism.
Visionmakers Custom Stone & Steel Doors
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsAugust 7, 2012
I have had a few different jobs done by visionmakers in the past. Their products and service have all been top notch. I would highly recommend them to others.
Younger Brothers Door and Trim
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 11, 2017
I have counted on Younger Brothers Door and Trim for several years and they have never let me down. Their window, door and trim materials and installation are excellent. Very professional and timely. Never a hassle. One of the best subcontractors I have encountered in my career. I recommend them enthusiastically!
San Juan Iron LLC
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 23, 2018
Excellent Work and Service, real people, professionals and confident. The full job was performed in a couple days without, no dead time and clean job site.
Creative Home Engineering
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsAugust 1, 2013
Steven and his team did an amazing job installing a hidden passage/custom bookshelf in my office. The hidden door leads to a vintage 80's style arcade. I am very pleased with the process and the final product. I would highly recommend Creative Home Engineering to anyone looking to create a fun and Functional showpiece for their home or office.
Colletti Doors
Phoenix, AZ Door Contractors
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 22, 2013
I have used Colletti Design Iron Doors on my last four custom homes and their quality and service have been unequaled in my 20 years as a builder. My formula for custom homes is a minimum of 1% of cost should go towards the first impression of a home. Every customer I've sent to Colletti has been happy to spend that amount and from the first meeting through design and installation have felt fortunate to have them be a part of their project. Dennis Mcpeters, Infiniti Custom Homes
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