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American Exteriors Renews Partnership to Provide Windows to Habitat for Humanity

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – American Exteriors, LLC, a leading manufacturer of custom built replacement windows and maintenance free siding products, recently announced it has renewed its partnership with Habitat for Humanity. The company is an official corporate sponsor and has provided direct contributions and custom windows for Habitat for Humanity projects. In addition to providing building supplies, American Exteriors’ employees regularly volunteer for local Habitat for Humanity projects to provide critical repairs to existing home and to help build homes for families in need throughout the year.

According to the Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, the demand for affordable housing in the Denver Metro area has reached a critical state.  Currently, 25% of residents in Denver spend more than half of their monthly income on housing and may have difficulty affording necessities such as food, clothing, transportation and medical care.

“We are dedicated to this amazing organization and our partnership to benefit the local community” stated said Holly Ollier, CEO at American Exteriors. Holly is been an active supporter of the non-profit and serves on the Corporate Leadership Team for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. “Through our partnership and our employees active support, we are able to not only support the Habitat for Humanity mission, but also solidify American Exteriors’ focus on giving back and making a real impact in the communities where our company has a footprint.”

In response to the announcement, Heather Lafferty, CEO and Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver stated “You have helped eliminate the fear of homelessness and are truly making a difference in our community. We are thankful for the American Exteriors partnership and for the many ways they help build homes and hope with Habitat for Humanity. We are truly grateful for their generosity.”

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American Exteriors Sponsors Annual Habitat Golf Classic

Annual tournament to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – A leading manufacturer of custom built replacement windows and maintenance free siding products, American Exteriors is pleased to announce that it once again was a corporate supporter for the Annual Habitat Golf Classic. The golf tournament was held on June 1st, 2015 at the Glenmoor Country Club in Cherry Hills Village and the money raised will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver and the Habitat Interfaith Alliance.

“American Exteriors was very proud to sponsor and participate in the annual Habitat Golf Classic Tournament this year,” said Holly Ollier, CEO. “For eleven years, this tournament has raised substantial funds to support Habitat for Humanity. American Exteriors is committed to this organization and giving back to the Denver area.”

In addition to sponsorship at the event, the company has an ongoing partnership with Habitat for Humanity and provides custom windows for projects, direct contributions and employee volunteers who help build homes for families in need throughout the year.

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In attendance from American Exteriors, included: Holly Ollier, CEO, David Fuller, VP of Sales, Tom Roos, Controller, Todd Swanson, Division Sales Manager – Des Moines, Jackson Bain, Division Sales Manager – Kansas City / Wichita, Tommy Neate, Division Sales Manager – Denver and other managers from the company. These avid golfers set work aside for a day to come together and enjoy the outdoors in the beautiful sunshine state in support of a great cause.

Charity Profiles:

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that everyone deserves a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety. Established in 1979, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver has become one of the largest Habitat affiliates in the U.S. Consistently recognized as a top producer and leader in green energy homes, they celebrated the completion of their 500th home in the Denver metro area in November 2012.

Habitat Interfaith Alliance
The Habitat Interfaith Alliance (HIA) is a coalition of 14 congregations of different faiths, including Jewish, Catholic, Protestant and Unitarian Universalist, who work in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. The organization embraces the philosophy and mission of Habitat for Humanity in their work to address long-term poverty and assisting families in their dream to live in a safe and affordable home, which allows them to grow and plan for a brighter future.

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American Exteriors New Corporate Headquarters

“We selected this new Greenwood Village location for our headquarters because of its wonderful community that has so much to offer, and a central location that allows us easy access to all of our project locations in the Denver Metro area,” said Holly Ollier, CEO. “We are very focused on employee well being and this location offers many conveniences, such as ample restaurants, excellent schools and parks and provides easy access to the light rail and other public transportation. This new location will inspire employees, customers and business partners.”

The headquarters relocation isn’t the only investment American Exteriors has made in its business. The company also invests in its people through ongoing training and development, and offers career advancement. American Exteriors employs more than 300 people nationwide and has numerous offices in the West and Midwest. To learn more about American Exteriors, visit

About American Exteriors

American Exteriors, LLC custom manufactures and sells replacement windows and sells maintenance free siding that are warrantied and improve the energy efficiency and appearance of an existing home. Since 1983, American Exteriors has been offering a custom replacement process that begins with an in-home consultation and ends with the certified installation of a custom manufactured product. The company consistently ranks in the top 20 in the Remodeler 500, is only one of seven Green Seal Certified & Paperless companies in the industry and is a member of the Inc 5000 and the Efficient Windows Collaborative.


American Exteriors Fall Energy Savers Checklist

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This fall, as with every fall, saving money is always a great thing to do especially with the holiday season right around the corner. There are several things that homeowners can do in order to make their home more energy efficient.

Here are 7 tasks to check off the list in order to make your home more cozy this fall and winter season.

Interior Tasks

1. Get your heater systems checked and cleaned

 Maintenance of the heater and boiler systems are crucial to an energy efficient home in the winter.

2. Ensure that you have sufficient insulation in your home

Check the insulation in your attic, basement and if possible, the walls of your home. Thickness levels vary for the different parts of the country but the correct level of insulation will do much to reduce the energy loss to your home. Click Here to check for the recommended levels of insulation in your area.

3. Replace air filters in your HVAC

 A dirty air filter is the #1 reason for HVAC system failure. A dirty filter restricts the air flow into your HVAC systems air handler. This restricted air flow places additional strain on the air handler fan motor and could, over time, burn out the motor and cause your system to overheat and ultimately fail.

4. Thoroughly Clean All Vents

Check ventilation systems to ensure that they are free from obstruction. Also, remember that heat rises so vents on the main level or near the floor should be opened to maximum capacity to improve the efficiency of the heater unit.

Exterior Tasks

5. Trim & Bush Trimming

With the cold of winter, the sap in trees or the weight of snow can cause the branches to snap and break potentially causing damage to cars or vulnerable spots of the home,

6. Switch Out Screens for Storm Windows

Check the condition of the windows. Are there noticeable gaps around the metal or wooden frame of the window? Is the caulk peeling or cracked? Are the cracks in the glass? Fall is a great time to consider energy efficient vinyl windows. American Exteriors LLC is certainly available to come out and give you additional information. Give us a call at 1.800.7window

7. Sprinkler System Maintenance

Blow out the sprinkler system. You might need to call a professional to handle this. Also, drain and coil the garden hoses

By using this checklist to prepare your home for the fall season, you can rest assured that your home is in a great condition as the cold season approaches.

American Exteriors 2015 Memorial Day Sales Event




American Exteriors Announces is 2015 Memorial Day Sales Event


As the official start to summer, Memorial Day weekend is a great time to take advance of many savings.  American Exteriors is pleased to announce its 2015 Memorial Day Sales Event featuring discounts to kick of the summer, in addition to our factory direct pricing, on all our energy efficient products.

American Exteriors LLC has been offering custom built replacement windows and maintenance free siding products to residents throughout the Midwest and Western United States since 1983.

As our way of saying “Thank You”, in addition to the Memorial Day Sales Event discounts, be sure to ask about the additional savings for those who have served our nation.


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