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Archive for January, 2020

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Minnesota Home Window & Door Trends: Making the Most of Natural Sunlight

As homeowners here in the Twin Cities (as well as the rest of the country) are moving toward more natural, eco-friendly and energy-efficient homes, one trend that is most likely here to stay is windows and doors that bring in as much natural light as possible.  For those designing and ...

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Some Tips for Getting the Most Out of a Twin Cities Home Show

Ahhh, mid-winter in the Minneapolis area - it's home show season! Window Outfitters - along with our sister company, Garage Floor Outfitters - have already attended two of these shows, but there are a couple more to come.  (Click here for details on the Bloomington and Apple Valley events.) We ...

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What Are Your Siding Options for Minnesota’s Climate?

Okay, maybe this is a little extreme, but Twin Cities winters sometimes look like this, right?  For those of us who live in areas that get extremely cold weather - like here in Minneapolis - it's important to think about our climate when selecting siding materials.  How well is the ...

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More Minnesota Home Siding Trends

In a previous post we shared about the popularity of an on-trend siding material - stone. (Click here to read that article.) The stone look is very popular, and with the product we install from Boral, it's available to get it in a cultured stone product at a fraction of ...

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Trend Meets Function with These Home Siding Options: Stone

Trends in home design and home remodeling always come and go, but we find that often homeowners here in the Twin Cities like to know what's trending. It may help them make up their minds about projects they're considering for their homes, especially for the exterior.  Exterior remodeling serves a ...

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Should I Replace or Repair a Fogged Window?

This time of year we get calls to our office because people are experiencing issues with their windows.  Of course, with the cold we've been having here in the Twin Cities it's not surprising.  People are spending more time indoors, the furnaces are running on high, and chances are you've ...

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