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Archive for February, 2013

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Insert Double Hung Windows: An Energy Efficient Option

The best thing about springtime is the ability to open your windows so fresh air can banish the winter blues.  If opening your windows gives you pause because they don't work as well as they used to and they seem to require constant maintenance, it may be time to consider ...

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Fiberglass Siding – The New Hot Trend in Exterior Home Improvement

Home exteriors entered a new wave of remodeling when aluminum siding hit the market in the 1940's.  Because it required little maintenance (no repainting or staining), it quickly caught on.  It was inexpensive and lightweight, and quickly became very popular.  But it also had its drawbacks.  The painted finish peeled and faded, and ...

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Add a Keyless Lockset To Your New Front Door

If you've decided to take advantage of one of our spring specials and replace your old front door, why not add some high tech with a keyless lockset?  Despite the technology, they come in styles that can accent even the most traditional homes. Why a keyless lock?  The advantages are ...

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Window Condensation: Why it Matters

Our windows do many things for us. They let in natural light, provide a view of the outdoors and protect us from the elements. They can also let us know when humidity levels are too high in our homes.  When condensation appears frequently on the inside of your windows, that ...

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Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal With Our Spring Specials

After an exceptionally cold and harsh winter here in Minnesota we'll all be looking forward to the warmer weather spring brings.  You may actually be looking forward to stowing your snow blower or shovel away and digging into spring cleaning and home repair projects that this season brings. One of ...

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How To Fix Drafty Windows

While Jack Frost is busy making his creations on wet surfaces, Old Man Winter is working hard to air condition the outdoors. If you feel some of that cold air creeping into your home around your windows, there are a few steps you can take to figure out where the ...

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