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FERRIS, TX --- Jackie Kimbrell’s Ferris home used to be a dilapidated, run-down house built in the early 1900’s. Its condition was so poor, the City of Ferris recommended the home be condemned and bulldozed in the summer of 2010.

After hearing of Kimbrell, a 71 year-old single grandmother, and her plight with the city through a CBS 11 news story, Duane and Cheryl Tippit, wanted to help. They offered their services and vowed to get other businesses to volunteer their aide as well.

Brennan Enterprises heard Kimbrell’s story, felt her heartache, and immediately wanted to help. In association with the newly formed non-profit, Responding In Kindness, an organization aimed at helping the elderly and underprivileged with home repairs, Brennan Enterprises donated an entire set of Brennan Executive Series vinyl replacement windows supplied by NT Window for Kimbrell’s home… all completely free of charge!

Through various generous contractors that donated their supplies, time, and labor, Jackie Kimbrell’s house underwent a dramatic transformation.


“We were happy to help Jackie improve her home,” said Kerry Brennan, owner of Brennan Enterprises. “We got to know her through the process and she is such a kind, loveable woman. Brennan was honored to assist in this project.”

“The Responding In Kindness organization is wonderful. It was great to collaborate with their organization and ours, Windows of Opportunity,” stated Ryon Ray, founder of Windows of Opportunity.

“It was our first time working with them and we had the best experience. It’s always nice to give back to the community and those who are just a little down on their luck. The way companies and contractors came from all over North Texas to assist Jackie was amazing. We hope to help Responding In Kindness with other projects in the future,” said Ray.

For more information on Responding In Kindness including nominating someone in your community for aid from the organization, please visit their website or email

Windows of Opportunity is a joint effort between NT Window, a Fort Worth-based window manufacturer, and Brennan Enterprises, an Arlington-based remodeling company, to give back to our local community by donating and installing new windows to families who are in need.

Established in 1979, Brennan Enterprises has been proudly serving the home improvement needs of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex for over 30 years. Brennan provides services including window replacement, siding replacement, patio door installation, rustic garage door installation, roofing, and various others. For a comprehensive look at what Brennan can do for your home, please visit


Cell phone companies, apartment complexes and even banks are rewarding customer loyalty with extensive refer a friend campaigns. They offer cash back, huge discounts and apartments are offering free rent for one month out of the year.

Recently, I referred my sister to a bank, and after three months of her being there, they rewarded me with a sweet deposit of $100. Granted, she had to have a minimum balance over that time, but I made sure to monitor the situation to guarantee my "bonus".

Referral programs come in many shapes and sizes. We've all witnessed the group coupon craze. It's incredible the lengths people will go to get half off Thai cuisine that all locals know to be suspect. A smart man once told me, what they give away for free, you ought not want. Hugely discounted foreign cuisine that setup shop in a former dentist office, no thanks. Looking for something more substantial?

Here at Brennan Enterprises, we want to provide our customers with incentives to still discuss our company after the work is complete. According to Hubspot, 21% of consumers used a search engine to conduct product or service research everyday, we Google search more than 88,000,000,000 times a month, and thanks to Hubspot, we also know internet users are spending three times more minutes on blogs and social networks than on email. Yes, your boss knows you're on facebook, and careersearch... (Don't search for a career while you're on the job).

At the end of the day, Brennan Enterprises wants to be part of the conversation. We have served over 55,000 customers in the metroplex, and chances are, a neighbor, a friend or a family member is a Brennan customer.

For all those who have ears to hear, let them know Brennan Enterprises installed your new Andersen 400 Series casement windows, your eight foot custom Honduran entry door by Borano and built your custom outdoor living area on time, and with extraordinary customer service throughout the buying process.

Brennan Enterprises offers competitive referral programs. If you are a previous customer, send your friends and family our way for a referral coupon valued at $150. If you are just starting your search for exterior home remodeling products such as vinyl siding, replacement windows, custom outdoor living areas, entry doors or fencing, contact us today for a free estimate and a chance to earn your business!



One of the things homeowners enjoy about owning an historic home is the character and attention to detail that is typically evident in its construction. Appreciating period architecture is easy; attempting to preserve its beauty can often be the challenge. If you need help to maintain an historical home, you’ll want to start with these suggestions:

  • Consult a professional. If your home is covered under the local historic review board or society, you’ll want to make sure you know what their guidelines and restrictions are and how to negotiate when their standards feel unrealistic or are cost-prohibitive. An architect or home remodeler with experience in historical renovations can help guide you through that process. When hiring an expert, make sure they come with the right credentials, and always ask for references.

  • Research. In addition to understanding your review board’s standards, you will want to understand the task at hand through additional research. Go to your local historical society, museum, or library and review archived permit documents, photographs, and historical plans. Find online forums with other historic homeowners and trade advice and insights into each other’s projects.

  • Paint. Even without review board requirements, you will want to stay within traditional paint color schemes based on the period of your home. A professional can help analyze your current paint to recreate an accurate color. Most national brands have historical color paint lines as well. Your historical commission may also know someone with exterior paint expertise with whom you can consult.

  • Windows. Old homes are known for drafty windows and so it is common for owners to want to upgrade to insulated, more environmentally friendly, windows. This can be done, as long as your new windows mimic the age and design of the home. Another option is to have the windows repaired and add storm windows. Again, when it comes to historical restoration you’ll want to invest in someone who really has the knowledge and expertise to do the job right.

Owning an historic home is a different type of investment. While being budget conscious is a smart plan, in this instance, you'll want to focus on the heritage and accuracy of renovating your house so that the beauty remains intact for years to come.


Are you tired of having an outdated kitchen, old flooring and faucets that drip relentlessly no matter what you do? Does your bathroom still look like it did when you moved in more than 15 years ago?  Or maybe you’ve decided to move out altogether and start fresh, but are finding that your dated home is making the process of selling even more difficult? 

Maybe it’s time you consider some other options and use October to celebrate National Kitchen and Bath Month with a new remodel!

A bath or kitchen remodel is one of the best ways to increase value of a home and provide the greatest return on an investment.  When contemplating a remodeling project there are two things to consider – budget and purpose.  How much do you want to spend and why do you want to remodel?  The answers will help guide you through the rest of the process.

If your intent is to make your home more marketable, visit homes that are at your price point in your area and check out their kitchens and bathrooms.  How does yours compare?  Do you simply need new countertops and sink fixtures, or is the entire room a turn-off to prospective buyers?  You will want to talk to a realtor to determine how much you need to invest to get a return, while still keeping your asking price affordable. 

If you plan to stay in your home, think about what frustrates you most as you go about your routine and take notes.  Make dinner and jot down what changes would make it easier and more efficient.  Different layout?  An island?  Cabinets reconfigured?  If it’s the bath that needs updating, would you change out the shower to a bath or create two separate spaces?  Maybe it feels overcrowded and simply replacing the vanity with a smaller one is all that you need. 

Truly, your options for remodeling your bathroom or kitchen are endless.  Just make sure you plan and budget ahead and consult an expert to ensure the job is done to your satisfaction.



Around the corner is one of the reasons we live in Texas - cool weather!  Not too hot, not too cold but just right.  Many Texans love the ability to spend time outdoors for most of the year.  More and more Texans are changing their living space at home to outdoors.  They are opening up the indoor living space with folding door systems or enclosing patio space with window and door walls.  And we're not just talking about those that have swimming pools but those that have any space that they can transform into a new living space for their home. 

Now is the time to start planning that new space whether it be a temperature controlled enclosure, screen room or open space.  Whether you need shade from the sun or place to enjoy parties Brennan offers a complete line of "low to no" maintenance Sunrooms, Patio Enclosures, Patio Covers and Pergolas.  We offer custom designs that become part of your home.  We also offer insulated laminated roof panels that snap together tightly, forming a strong, structurally sound roof as well as a weather-proof barrier protecting your patio from the elements.

Let us help you take the first step in making your yard your own personal oasis.  Transform your back yard into a functionally beautiful environment with outdoor living and design products.  Relax in the breeze under the partial shade of a open lattice beam pergola. Enjoy the cooler total shade of a pavilion, solid or insulated patio cover.  Even add ceiling fans, lighting, electrical appliances and other products to go beyond the covers to enter the realm of outdoor kitchens, bars find dining and the fire pit opportunities.

Start now so that you can enjoy those cool Texas fall breezes that we all so love.  I'm sure they are just around the corner.  And don't we deserve it.


Regardless of the temperature outside, every homeowner can benefit from keeping things cool on the inside, whether it’s for comfort or for cost saving purposes. Here are a few options to consider when looking for ways to beat the heat:

Air Conditioning: When purchasing a new air conditioning system, evaluate the size of the room and/or square footage of the home to make sure it has the ability to be energy efficient, based on your needs. If you have an older central air unit, consider replacing the outdoor compressor with a newer, more efficient model.

Regular Maintenance: There are a number of ways to keep your unit in tip-top shape long term. Clean the filter or replace it monthly (depending on the model and maintenance guidelines from the manufacturer) so dust and dirt won't reduce air flow. In conjuction with your own maintenance routine, have an HVAC professional come in once a year to give your system a full tune up.  They'll assess the unit's current condition and provide recommendations for any additional maintenance and/or repairs.

Heat Build-Up: Try to keep the thermostat around 78°F and supplement air conditioning with ceiling fans. Keep the house closed up tight during the day and don’t air condition rooms you don’t use. Keep the use of heat-generating appliances including the stove, washer and dryer, or dishwasher to a minimum, especially during daylight hours, and consider replacing any that put an extra burden on cooling the house overall.

Windows: It may be beautiful outside, but when it’s warmer than normal keep those curtains pulled and the shades down during the day, particularly for windows getting direct sun exposure. Consider getting thermal or insulated drapes. To further keep heat and light from entering your home, have tightly woven fitted screens or bamboo shades installed on the outside of the windows.

There are many ways to keep things cool on the home front this summer. Just be conscious of all the little things you can do that will add up to some real savings, and then sit back and enjoy the season!


The Dallas metroplex has experienced uncharacteristic spring weather in the past weeks. Hail storms extended over multiple Texas counties (or the size of Rhode Island) and high winds toppled the tallest live oaks. This has been a hectic time for homeowners. Can you picture the scrambled driveways full of service trucks, insurance agents, storm chasers and family members?

We've been there before and we'll be there for the next storm. However, as a top tier exterior remodeling company we have a difficult task. How do we balance new customers that demand and need a lot of attention while still maintaining world class customer relations with our existing client base?

The answer is experience. Brennan has serviced more than 55,000 customers in the area over 32 years. Being family owned and operated, we maintain a close relationship with our customers to ensure their satisfaction; at the same time, we are devoted to assisting customers in need. Our experienced team and heralded reputation in the metroplex give customers in the most dreadful situations confidence and optimism.

If your home was not damaged by the recent weather, please be mindful of those individuals who were not so fortunate.

If you, or anyone you know have recently experienced damage to your home please contact Brennan Enterprises. We're here to help you rebuild.


There's no better time than May's National Home Improvement Month to start planning your next home-remodeling project. Upgrading an outdoor living space or building an addition are a few examples that are manageable with a little advanced preparation and vision. To make the process less daunting, try these steps:

Know why you’re remodeling. Are you selling? Addressing changing family needs or just upgrading? Your reasons for remodeling can impact your decisions—for example, if you’re selling, your choices may be more about buyer appeal than personal taste. On the other hand, if you’re building your dream kitchen, you may not want to compromise on certain features. Evaluate your project in light of your property value and return on investment and look for options that meet your overall needs.

Make a wish list/scrapbook. Use the Internet to peruse articles, look at decorating magazines, and visit showrooms. Get brochures, color samples, and fabric swatches, and cut out or print pictures that show features or details of work that you like. Take pictures of other homes, and keep a scrapbook of ideas. These ideas can help your home-improvement specialist achieve the look you want.

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Know your budget. A realistic budget can help you prioritize options. In your window upgrade, is it important that the warranty is transferable, do you really need that triple pane vs. the double pane or fiberglass vs. vinyl? If you want a contemporary, industrial look in your kitchen, can you compromise elsewhere so that you can afford concrete or stainless-steel countertops?

Remember that “form follows function.” Look at your existing space critically. Evaluate how you use it. Assess high-traffic areas, kitchen work triangles, and overall flow. Define what already works and what doesn’t. Get input from all family members, even children. The “look” of your new space should be secondary to layout and function. You can work on achieving that “magazine” look after you have the basics.

Research products. Research your options for features like wood or vinyl or fiberglass or aluminum window frame material. The most popular is vinyl but there are other choices that might be better for your application. Manufacturers’ Websites are a great place to start, and we have an 800 number for product questions. Evaluate the pros and cons for each product type to determine which options suit your budget, lifestyle, and taste the best. Hardie siding is very popular but brittle, so it’s not a good fit in a hail storm high risk area. Consider something more durable, like vinyl. Some vinyl siding carries a lifetime warranty against hail.

Some up-front planning and research can make your remodeling project go a lot smoother and help ensure that you’re satisfied with the end results. Above all else – remember to have fun!



At Brennan, since 1979 our guarantee has been simple: that you’ll be completely satisfied with our work. Whether it’s Wood Fencing, Vinyl, Ornamental Iron, Chain Link, or Precast Concrete, Brennan Enterprises’ goal is to help you choose the right solution for your budget, your home, your family and your lifestyle.

Wood Fencing
The natural characteristic warmth of a wood fence accents the aesthetic beauty of your property and provides the security and peace of mind that makes your home your castle. Fences are available with custom cap, trims or a simple dog ear or gothic top, with gates that are truly custom - whether it’s a custom arch or iron insert window, and don’t forget Fido, we build custom dog windows. We offer side by side, board on board, shadow box and wood picket fences all custom built on location with the highest quality material available.

Vinyl Fencing
Over the last decade white vinyl fences have become very popular as consumers nationwide have started realizing the tremendous beauty and maintenance advantages vinyl offers. Unlike wood fencing, vinyl fences gives you a lifetime of enjoyment with no worries about rotting, termites, water stains and other wear-and-tear. Vinyl fencing features beautiful accent lattice or picket top options. Routed construction & patented interlocking system provides you with a strong and durable vinyl fence, without unsightly brackets, screws, or nails.

Ornamental Iron Fencing
Brennan Enterprises offers ornamental fence systems that fit a wide variety of residential fence applications such as: pool fencing, backyard fences, and pet fences. Welded ornamental steel fences are the most popular and widely installed by fence contractors nationwide. Brennan Enterprises’ innovative fence designs and maintenance free coatings parallel the consumers need for a high quality affordable ornamental iron fence.

Chain Link Fencing
Chain link fence, also known by some as cyclone fence, is one choice of fence for both light residential to heavy commercial fence applications.
Chain link fence is one of the most practical styles of fence, relatively easy to install, and very cost effective. Chain link fence is most commonly available galvanized which is silver in color. It is great for strength and security.
Many of our customers will use a color chain link systems in less visible areas of their property and ornamental fencing in more visible areas.

Precast Concrete Fencing
Our highly-engineered steel reinforced products are repeatedly specified by top architects and engineers for a variety of projects for large and small.
The great advantage of a precast concrete wall and fence solution vs. the outmoded concrete block method is that it is assembled using a panel and post system. The result is an economical wall or fence created to your specifications in the warm look and texture of wood, brick or stone.



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