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    Windows and Window Replacement in Wake Forest, NC

    home-content1Home Craft Windows has the best products and services for all your window replacement needs. We have double hung windows, casement windows, and specialty windows like for your new loft or corner office. We have glass block windows to let in maximum light, we have bay and bow windows for your library or family room, and garden windows for your kitchen herb garden. Our picture windows and slider windows offer maximum visibility onto the scenic Wake Forest landscape. Call Home Craft Windows today to discover how we can help you have the home of your dreams with high quality, energy efficient replacement windows.

    Folks take their windows seriously here, for they look out on the land of their fathers. Wake County was created in 1771 by the then royal governor, William Tryon, and named in honor of his wife, Margaret Wake Tryon. A man named Dr. Calvin Jones later owned the 615-acre plantation that comprises most of the modern town’s real estate was the first postmaster of the town and designated his letters from Wake Forest – the trend originated the name of the town it carries today. Located just north of Raleigh, North Carolina, the state’s capital, it’s a great place for families and professionals to call home.

    The town’s first industry was built in 1899 by three members of the Royall family – the Royall Cotton Mill produced muslin sheeting from local cotton. The mill and its workers homes were built up north of the town boundary, becoming its first residential district. Wake Forest residents are no strangers to residential renovations with so much great history residing in its buildings all around town. And when they replace their windows for more cost efficient, high quality windows from Home Craft, they’re making an investment for a lifetime.

    Wake Forest has seen explosive population growth as it is positioned along the Neuse River where the town spills into Franklin County, and it is in close proximity to the Research Triangle. New housing subdivisions are going up along both U. S. 1 and U. S. 401, and today, residents will tell you the downtown commercial district is a great place to spend a lazy afternoon. They’ll say to get a hotdog at Shorty’s some summer afternoon as you stroll the Southern streets. Have tea at the Olde English Tea Room, a staple in the 100-year old town. And call Home Craft for replacement windows for your home.