Ever since Joseph and Josephine Fortin founded Fortin Ironworks in 1946, the company's artisans have wrought ornamental furniture and home furnishings from iron and metal. They showcase products such as mailboxes, picture frames, and wine racks in a 5,500-square-foot show room, and also create larger items that range from custom handrails to heavy-duty benches emblazoned with logos. Patrons can plan ahead for warm weather activities with fire pits, lawn chairs, and other outdoor furniture to be enjoyed by houseguests or meddlesome garden gnomes.
The garage door's job is to remain unnoticed. When a roller comes off track or the lift system breaks down, the garage door has made itself a nuisance to the homeowner, who is that much more tempted to drive the car through the door to get it out. The technicians at Deluxe Door Systems Inc. can rescue homeowners from this plight, aiming to keep all residential and commercial garage doors in proper working order. They install new doors and opener systems in addition to repairing existing systems and make free estimates before so much as turning a screw.
When extreme weather makes the thought of going outside unbearable, your home can quickly transform into your oasis. Central heating and air make it possible to live in the temperature you find most comfortable, whether it's a cozy 72 degrees or an even 0 degrees. And nobody knows HVAC better than Columbus Worthington Air, whose technicians have installed systems in more than 50,000 homes across the region. In addition to regulating air temperature, the team can purify the air in your home with filters and treatment systems that eliminate allergens.
N.M.E. Builders & Designers' licensed contractors and builders tackle nearly any construction or remodeling task, from repairing a storm-damaged roof to redesigning a new home from the ground up. Specialists let light into living spaces while cutting down on energy costs with new-window installations; protect fa?ades against the elements with siding installation; and add professionally crafted decks, garage doors, gutters, and extra rooms to existing structures.
Zen Windows replaces worn-out panes with fresh windows of all kinds, be they double-hung, sliders, or cut into unusual shapes. The shop stocks front and patio doors as well as carries a range of Energy Star windows, which help preserve homes' internal temperature. The company refuses payment of any kind until work is finished and customers are happy—an attitude which has earned it recognition from Angie's List and The New York Times.