Commercial Window & Door Replacement

Whether you are building a new room onto your commercial establishment or business, updating an existing room, or replacing damaged components, Classic Construction Company has the experience to handle your commercial window and door replacement and installation needs. 

Updating windows and doors can be a great way to add value to your commercial establishment or business, both practically and aesthetically. Updated windows and doors can heighten the energy efficiency of your commercial establishment or business, decreasing utility bills, increasing insulation, and reducing the expenses of your commercial establishment or business. 

Beautiful specialty windows and doors are also a great addition to your commercial establishment or business. Update interior doors to high quality materials, or to change the overall look and feel of your commercial space. The options are endless. 

We work with you to assess and plan which commercial door and window replacement options are best for you and your needs. We secure all building permits, provide and provision utilities, manage personnel on-site and operate safely and efficiently. We will absolutely monitor scheduling and cash-flows and provide you with detailed project reporting and communication every step of the way.

Classic Construction Company, Inc. professionals have the expertise, training, and equipment required to get you the best commercial window and door replacements for your commercial establishment or business. The first step to any commercial window or door replacement is just a telephone call (304) 522-1016, and in Kentucky call (606) 329-0007, or a click away.

Huntington, WV Location

Phone: (304) 522-1016

Fax: (304) 523-3785

1403 Eighth Avenue
Huntington, WV 25701

Ashland, KY Location

Phone: (606) 329-0007

1926 Carter Avenue
Ashland, KY 41101



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Classic Construction has been remodeling and improving residential and commercial properties throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky for nearly 30 years.