By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2010
The Mill Creek Home Improvements team is ready to aid you with any remodeling project. (L to R): Denise, Jack, Scott, Larry and Toran.
The Mill Creek name has been familiar to Oklahomans for 76 years. And since 1954, Mill Creek Home Improvements has been helping Tulsa area residents with their home remodeling projects. Enhancing both the beauty and value of your home, Mill Creek provides beautiful solutions with products that include replacement windows, interior doors, exterior entry door systems and vinyl siding. They have a uniquely large selection of entry doors and patio doors, with all the latest design options available.
March 11-14, 2010 marks the dates of the Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show at the Expo Square QuikTrip Center, and the Mill Creek Home Improvements staff will be on hand to show you their product lineup, and answer any questions you may have about a specific product or project. When you visit their booth, be sure to ask about the show specials.
One of the window selections carried by Mill Creek Home Improvements is the Imperial LS™, a high performance window manufactured by Soft-Lite Windows©. “This is our top-of-the-line window product,” said Scott Surface, one of the three salespeople who cover the showroom at Mill Creek. Imperial LS double-hung windows bring a whole new set of definitions to the words beauty, comfort, energy efficiency, and durability. One of the most significant energy efficient features of this window is the Ultra-Smart triple-fin weather strip on both sashes. This technology dramatically reduces air infiltration into your home and has made Soft-Lite an Energy Star Partner.
Mill Creek’s Weather Shield© product line boasts a comprehensive assortment of all-wood and aluminum-clad wood windows and doors in a vast array of styles, shapes, sizes, options and upgrades. This product line is full of innovations and offers homeowners everything they might be looking for in a window or door product. When you visit the Mill Creek Home Improvements showroom, be sure to ask to see the Endura Shield Windows. They are constructed with a fiberglass outside and a wood interior, are very durable, and qualify for tax credits when installed in your home. The Endura Shield line of windows is available in nine standard colors that will not fade.
If you’re looking for a vinyl siding product that combines aesthetic versatility, low maintenance, high performance and environmentally friendly attributes, you’ll want to check out Mill Creek’s Polar Wall product line by Norandex. It has lots of trim and accent options, styles and finishes, and a full spectrum of colors from which to choose. “Norandex is not only great looking,” says Larry Graham of the Mill Creek sales team, “it’s also a great value. Customers also like the no-painting and low-maintenance features of this product.” Larry says his installation team is the best in the business, with over 50 cumulative years of experience as vinyl siding installers. The Polar Wall Exterior System also qualifies for tax credits.
Another product you’ll want to check out when you visit Mill Creek Home Improvements at 61st & 129th E. Ave. – or their booth at the Home & Garden Show – is their lineup of custom buildings for storage. These units range from 12’ x 12’ to 12’ x 20’ formats and include a host of features. “Any building may be totally customized,” added Toran Ballone of the Mill Creek sales team.
Mill Creek Home Improvements also carries a complete line of finish trim carpentry products including baseboards, crowns and mantles. Stain and paint grades are available in all of these lines.
When you attend the Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show March 11-14, stop by the Mill Creek Home Improvements booth and say hello. Or drop by their showroom anytime to see the finest in home improvement products and features.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.