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Archive for May, 2013

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To Our Customers – Thanks for the Thumbs Up!

It sure is nice to open the online mailbox and find some great news.  That's what we got this week when we heard from Guild Quality.  Here's what they had to say: For those of you who gave us positive feedback with Guild Quality, thanks for the vote of confidence! ...

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Common Causes of Popping Noises After Window Installation

New windows are great, but during Minnesota spring, the sharp turn in temperature from cool nights to hot days may cause strange popping sounds after they’re installed. Common reasons stem from your home’s siding or the windows themselves. Siding If you have aluminum siding, it may be the cause of ...

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Save Time With Low-Maintenance Home Improvements

Time is at a premium for many Minnesota families, so we all must find ways to save enough of it so some can be spent making memories for our later years. One way you can achieve just that is by installing low-maintenance elements to your home. Siding and Gutters One ...

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Window Styles: Fiberglass and Windows With Grid Work

As you shop for replacement windows, you may be conflicted in making the choice between wood, vinyl or fiberglass. They each have their advantages and disadvantages, but fiberglass windows have been steadily growing in popularity in recent years. Perks of Fiberglass Few materials are as durable or versatile as fiberglass. ...

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Protect Your Home With MN Steel Entry Doors

Around the Twin Cities homeowners are beginning to recover from the extended winter.  You've probably seen lots of your neighbors outdoors doing yard work and exterior maintenance.  If you haven't done so yourself, you may have a "honey-do" list  that includes your exterior doors, which may have taken a beating ...

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Clad Windows Provide the Beauty of Real Wood With the Benefits of Low Maintenance

For traditional charm and warmth in window frames, nothing comes close to real wood.  If you've got an older or historic home, chances are the window frames are wood, unless they have been replaced.  But if you have wood window frames, you know they require a lot of upkeep and ...

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