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Archive for February, 2012

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Spring (and Window Cleaning) Is Just Around the Corner – Consider Replacement Windows Instead of a Step Ladder

With the tail-end of winter approaching, spring cleaning will soon be upon us.  Spring cleaning for many Minneapolis area homeowners includes outside window cleaning, a chore most of you claim goes on the very bottom of your "to do" list.  Studies show that people would rather clean just about anything ...

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Minneapolis Homeowners: Make This Your Last Drafty Winter With Energy-Efficient Replacement Windows

If you've noticed cool drafts in your rooms already this winter, you can plan now to make this the last year you put up with adding extra layers or turning up the heat.  Drafts from poorly-fitting, deteriorating old windows not only make your rooms uncomfortable, they are a sign that ...

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James Hardie Siding – The Right Fit for Minneapolis Area Homes

"One size fits all" rarely does.  And the same is true of siding products.  Most siding has been developed to cover a wide range of conditions.  But what's "average" for one part of the United States isn't for another.  For instance, homeowners in the Southwest have to deal with high ...

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Minneapolis Replacement Windows…and a Whole Lot More from this Exterior Home Remodeling Company

If you're considering a major exterior home remodeling project in the near future, you may also want to consider the benefits of choosing a single full-service contractor instead of working with a variety of specialty companies.  You might think that a door company would  be your best choice for replacing your ...

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Charming Minneapolis Older Home? Don’t Lose the Charm When You Replace Your Windows

The charming details of your older or historic home that you loved about it when you bought it may be the cause of frustration, maintenance chores, and high utility bills.  This is especially true of windows.  Wooden windows deteriorate over time, shrinking in their openings, warping, and cracking.  Plus wood ...

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