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Made in America by Americans

Newnan Home Improvement has been serving homes in Coweta and Fayette County for 50 years. Mike Hayes carries on the tradition of quality customer service that his father started in 1961. Newnan Home Improvement is proud to use Simonton Windows, ranked number one by J.D. Power and Associates in their 2010 Builder and Remodeler Residential Window and Patio Door Satisfaction Study as well as in their 2010 Consumer Window and Patio Door Satisfaction Study.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Simonton has manufacturing facilities in California, Illinois, Oklahoma and West Virginia, where the company was founded. Simonton products meet Energy Star guidelines and are tested to meet the standards of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association for air and water infiltration. Hayes likes the fact that Simonton windows are made, sold and used in the United States with all of the money involved at each level staying in the U.S. economy. It is important to him as a local business owner who has seen the community grow exponentially over the years.
“We are a full service contractor,” Hayes explains of his business. “We can do it all when it comes to the exterior of your house, one contractor for roof, siding, windows, gutters and more.”

To learn more about Newnan Home Improvement, stop by the office at 161 Hillwood Circle in Newnan to see a variety of window and siding samples, phone 770-251-0535 or visit


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