The spirit of renovation is ingrained in Rocky Mount, which is why residents there have trusted Home Craft Windows for the past three decades for all their replacement windows products and services. We offer off-shelf and custom-built double hung windows, casement windows, bay and bow windows, garden windows and picture windows, in addition to glass block windows, slider windows, and other specialty windows like windows that wrap around corners. If you want your home in Rocky Mount to reflect how unique you are, then call us today for more information on one of the easiest, least expensive upgrades available to homeowners – replacement windows from Home Craft.
Rocky Mount is a city that sits in both Edgecombe and Nash counties in North Carolina, and is the principle city of the Rocky Mount Region, which spans both counties. It is a remarkable place offering world class athletic tournaments, hiking along the Tar River Trail, swimming, and golfing to its residents and visitors. Families come to stay in the area because of the art and music festivals, the bountiful farmers’ market, scenic and peaceful picnics at the Tar River reservoir park, and take part in barbeque competitions. What a life! Is it any wonder that residents often choose to renovate their home with replacement windows from Home Craft rather than move away?
Rocky Mount was born in the early half of the 19th century, centered on the first post office, established at the Tar River Falls, and took its inevitable name from the rocky outcrop and mound at the falls – later to become the site of the one of the state’s first cotton mills, Rocky Mount Mills. It was connected to the outside world through the Wilmington-Weldon Railroad, and growth has steadily marched on since. Today, so much of the area is boasting new construction and renovation, and Home Craft Windows is a leader in providing window replacement products and services to the area.
Downtown Rocky Mount’s famous Douglas Block was recently renovated, restoring six historically significant buildings in the African American business district from the early 1900s. The Douglas Block centerpiece includes Thelonious Monk Plaza, named after the Rocky Mount native and world famous Jazz musician.