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Archive for August, 2022

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Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Have Storm Doors Installed in Minneapolis

Do you have storm doors on your Minneapolis home yet?  If not, we highly recommend you contact us about getting them installed soon.  If the recent hail storm and heavy rains haven't convinced you that you need them to protect your entry doors, check out this article on why we ...

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Gardening All Year Round in Minneapolis? Yes, You Can (with ProVia Vinyl Greenhouse Windows)

As summer winds down here in Minneapolis, gardens all across the Twin Cities are coming to an end, at least for this growing season.  And if you're an avid gardener, this is probably a little disappointing.  But hey, we've got a great way for you to bring your green thumb ...

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Window Care: How to Prepare for Another Minneapolis Winter

Okay... is the picture a bit over the top? Too Early?  The reality is, that although our average first snowfall in Minneapolis is the first week in November, in the not too distant past (1985 as a matter of fact), we got our first measurable snow on September 24th.  That's ...

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The Best Replacement Windows for Open-Style Kitchens in Minneapolis Homes

One of the most common interior home remodeling projects is the kitchen.  That's understandable, especially if you have an older or historic home.  The kitchen that once functioned well at the time the house was built is now outdated and doesn't work with today's lifestyle or design trends. If you're ...

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Do You Need Impact-Resistant Glass in Your Replacement Windows?

Perhaps the Minneapolis summer hail storms and the blowing debris caused by high winds has got you wondering whether it might be wise to opt for impact-resistant glass when you replace your windows.  Our answer?  Maybe.  Impact-resistant windows are also referred to as hurricane glass, and they're constructed of two ...

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