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Archive for July, 2011

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Don’t Overlook Your Doors If You’re Replacing Your Windows

If your old windows are in need of replacement and you've decided that now is the time to do something about it, have you thought about your doors as well?  Chances are, your doors need replacing for the same reason your windows do.  Whether you're seeking to reduce your energy ...

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Maintenance-Free Replacement Windows…Because You’ve Got Better Things to Do With Your Summer

If you find yourself standing on a ladder with a paint scraper and a caulk gun watching your neighbors pack up and drive away to the cabin, perhaps its time to trade in those high-maintenance, drafty old windows for beautiful new replacement windows.  And with the variety of low- and ...

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Yes, We Do Windows… Replacement Windows Bloomington Minnesota

If you're looking for a home improvement contractor in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, we want you to know that even though our name is Window Outfitters, we're a full-service exterior contractor.  Top-quality replacement windows and doors are our speciality, but we can offer you a wide range of home improvement ...

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Minnesota Windows – Customer Satisfaction Is Our Ultimate Goal

Exterior home renovation projects can be challenging and stressful.  There is so much to consider - all the product options and designs, the expense, and the incovenience.  Your home and your lifestyle are important to you, and at Window Outfitters over the years we've come to understand just how important ...

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Historic Home in Minneapolis or St. Paul? No Need to Sacrifice Timeless Beauty for Modern Efficiency

Owners of older and historic homes often face a quandry when it comes to replacing windows and doors.  You love the old-world styling and the beautiful details of the existing windows, doors, and their hardware, but you hate those drafty rooms, peeling paint and fading stain, and that crumbling caulk.  ...

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