|By PR Newswire||
|March 18, 2014 02:15 AM EDT||
MEYERSDALE, Pa., March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Industry reports indicate that 2014 will see an uptick in home remodeling. In order to help professional remodelers and contractors, Estate Millwork is extending the 2-week turnaround time of their Custom Express program to current professional customers.
Estate Millwork, a premier manufacturer of wooden exterior shutters and custom doors, began offering the Custom Express program last year as a way to help professionals eliminate the wait time often associated with custom-sized millwork. The successful program offers qualifying purchases a two-week turnaround time.
For the upcoming Spring season Estate Millwork is extending this turnaround time to all exterior shutter, door, and cabinet door orders from current professional customers.
"Remodeling contractors don't always require the same volume as other contractors and builders," said mill manager Richard 'The Bear' Beckner, "We know we have alot of customers really ramping up for the Spring, so we figured we could help them out a bit."
The promotion is currently scheduled to end April 30, 2014. Qualifying customers will receive a special promotional code in their email that allows them to take advantage of the priority turnaround time. Customers who haven't received the email should contact their sales person to take advantage of this promotion.
Estate Millwork offers a wide selection of millwork including exterior shutters, doors, and cabinet doors. Through the use of state-of-the-art technology and time tested craftsmanship, they are able to provide premium quality pieces at the best prices. A variety of styles and woods is available and each piece is sized to customer specifications. Additionally, Estate Millwork offers a large selection of period appropriate hardware.
To place an order or for more information about louvered doors,cabinet doors, or exterior shutters, please visitwww.estatemillwork.com.
Media Contact: Andy Kolenda, Estate Millwork, 412.459.0076, [email protected]
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