Showing posts from November, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍂

Wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving Day. We are so grateful for our valued customers, partners, and employees.
 Please note that we will be closed on November 28th and 29th
- The Team at Feather River Doors 

Why Choose Fiberglass?

Why Choose Fiberglass?With so many options in the market, making a decision on what type of door to buy can quickly become a daunting task. We get it, this is not a decision to make without plenty of information. A new front door can completely revamp the look of your home, it is where you will welcome guests in, wave goodbye to the little ones off to school, and open and close countless times as you live and enjoy life. You want something that looks great and fits your style but that will be durable and low maintenance. The great news is that technology has made it easier for us to build high-quality products with all of the advantages we want and none of those undesirable limitations.

In today's door market, there is no greater material available than fiberglass. Fiberglass offers homeowners all of the great benefits of wood: a warm rich look and timeless appeal without the rotting, rusting or denting.

Fiberglass doors are the leading choice for customers over traditional wood …

3 Tips to Reduce Your Heating Costs This Winter Season

Winter is upon us! With temperatures dropping, our heaters start working hard to keep us toasty but that also means that as the heat in your house goes up so does your electric bill. 

One of the biggest factors to consider when talking about energy usage is how well insulated your home is. You could crank up your thermostat often and still feel like it's not warm enough or that you quickly lose heat if your home is not insulated and sealed properly. Minimizing drafts can have a huge impact on lowering your energy costs.

Winter may be upon us but it's not too late to invest in a couple of options to bring down the cost of heating. Keep reading below for 3 tips to reduce your heating costs without having to sacrifice your comfort.

1. Check around the outside and inside of windows for any holes, cracks or openings that may need to be filled to prevent leaks. Use acrylic-latex caulk or expanding foam sealant to close any small openings where air may escape. Another cost-effective way…