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Archive for December, 2012

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Touching Up Your Fiberglass Door

If you have fiberglass doors, you may be wondering how to revive faded stain. Bob Vila covers this topic beautifully in his radio show here, and provides links to further useful information. Before you start painting, clean and sand the door lightly with a piece of fine sandpaper. A marine ...

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Comparing Common Replacement Window Materials

Not too long ago the only window frame material available for homeowners was wood.  And while wood has a traditional charm and beauty that no other product can match, wood has its drawbacks, including the need for regular maintenance and repainting and restaining.  Also, by its very nature, wood tends ...

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Easy and Inexpensive Drafty Window and Door Solutions

Are you looking for ways to cut down on your hate heating costs? Weatherizing windows and doors is an inexpensive and easy way to do this. Between 5 and 30% of home energy is lost to drafty windows and doors, according to the US Department of Energy.  Often it's necessary ...

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Happy 2013 To All Our Window Customers and Friends

As this year draws to a close, all of us at Window Outffiters, Inc. wanted to thank all of you who have helped make 2012 a good year for Window Outfitters.  We thank you for your support, and we appreciate your kind words and referrals. As an experienced home improvement contractor, we know that ...

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How to Prevent Mildew Buildup on Window Seat Cushions

Window seats offer an ideal place to relax, whether it’s reading a book by natural light or watching the scenery outside. However, mildew is often a problem because the porous nature of seat cushions makes them a great place for it to grow.  If this is a problem for you, ...

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Plaster and Drywall Repair Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating

If a recent home improvement project or redecorating has left you with damaged plaster and drywall, you may not need a professional to repair it, if the damage is minor.  With good VIDEO how-to help  from This Old House, you may be able to take care of the job yourself.  ...

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