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Archive for November, 2017

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Four Steps to Take When Choosing a Minnesota Patio Door

Okay, since freezing temps have hit Minnesota, and all over the Twin Cities folks are buttoning up their homes against another winter, you might wonder why we're talking about patio doors right now - the last door you're probably opening at this time of year. This is a great time ...

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Condensation on the Windows in Your Twin Cities Home? Find Out Why

With the sudden drop in temperature here in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, we've been getting calls from some of our customers asking why they suddenly have condensation on their windows, even new ones that were recently installed.   A lot of people wonder why this happens especially when they ...

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Hot Tips for Choosing the Best Siding for Your Farmington MN Home

Well, it looks like winter weather is hitting us severely right now in many parts of the state, including the Farmington area.  How's your siding holding up? The siding on your Farmington home is going to make a difference when it comes to how it performs in the Minnesota harsh ...

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Letting the Minnesota Light in with New French Doors

Now that winter is about here in the Twin Cities, have you looked around your home and noticed how dark it is inside during the day?  You could turn your lights on, but wouldn't it be nice to maximize the daylight coming in?  Okay, you're thinking, maybe I just need ...

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Custom Fit Secondary Glazing (Storm) Windows From Mon-Ray for Minnesota Homes

Now that winter is threatening to make another appearance here in the Twin Cities, you may have noticed that your home has some drafts around the windows.  Not only does that make it uncomfortable inside but also you're spending more on heating than you need to.  If you've got an ...

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