Our showroom and lumberyard are located just 5 miles West of Rochester, MN on the corner of Hwy 14 and County Road 3. Our address is 714 County Road 3 NW, Byron, MN 55920
Our showroom is designed to give both the homeowner and their professional contractor a range of product and installation options for many of the products we carry. We have built-in as well as interactive displays to give homeowners an up-close view of actual products and finishing methods.
Yes. We welcome and encourage homeowners to visit our showroom. However, it is highly suggested to make an appointment. We recommend this to make sure that we have a salesman here to help you with all of your specific questions and/or placing an order.
Our sales staff is ready to answer any questions you might have - either by phone or in person during your visit to our store. Our team is well-trained to listen, ask the right questions, and offer solutions to your specific project questions and ideas.
Bring in a picture of the door you are replacing. Is it an interior door or an exterior door? Do you plan on painting or staining the door? Ordering the door pre-finished may be an option. What finish is the handle set & hinges (oil rubbed bronze, brass, satin nickel, etc)? Size: Measure width & height of the existing door or opening. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE WIDTH THEN HEIGHT.
In order for us to accurately quote a deck package you must have the plan (blue print) with you. Once the deck is planned out and ready for a quote, our sales team will ask the right questions, and offer solutions to your specific project questions and ideas.
Will you be removing the existing window completely or do you want to replace the window and keep your existing trim? Bring in a picture of the window you are replacing, this will help answer most of the questions. Size: Measure the window frame: ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE WIDTH THEN HEIGHT.
Who is installing the window?
Condensation can form on interior glass surfaces when there is too much moisture in the air. If the interior of a structure exceeds certain limits of moisture in the air, the moisture will condense and show up on comparatively cooler surfaces, such as glass.
Recommended humidity levels in winter months should not exceed 25-30%. If these humidity levels are exceeded, you may want to take measures to reduce the interior humidity level; our video can provide tips on reducing humidity in your home