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Archive for December, 2021

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Center Hinged Patio Doors from ProVia – A Great Alternative for Minneapolis Homes

Most homes these days have at least one patio door, even the older and historical homes.  But the typical patio door - the two-panel slider - often seems out of place in a traditional style Minneapolis home.  Our Minneapolis door company specializes in energy-efficient door and window solutions for these ...

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Replacing Your Exterior Doors: A Perfect Home Improvement Project for January!

Less than two weeks left of 2021, and January 1st is right around the corner.  So in honor of New Year's, we're sharing a little bit about why the month is named such and why we think it's appropriate for a Minneapolis exterior door company to be talking about it! ...

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Check Out This Award-Winning Marvin Fiberglass Swing Door!

As a Minneapolis exterior door installer, we partner with companies that have proven track records of innovation and excellence.  And when one of those companies wins awards, that's even more of a reason for us to recommend their products to our customers.  We are so excited to announce that one ...

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How the Right Replacement Windows Can Help You Battle Winter’s Darkness in Your Home

Even though the winter solstice is approaching, and we're gradually moving into more daylight, we still have quite a few long, dark days ahead of us. If you're spending time at home during the day, that means lots of lights turned on.  And that means higher electrical bills.   But ...

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Why You Shouldn’t Let Condensation on Your Windows Build Up – MOLD!

One of the most frequent topics we deal with at this time of year is condensation on windows. We get lots of calls, and what we hear from people is that there is a very basic misunderstanding of why condensation forms in winter.   (You can find several articles on ...

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