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New Doors to Greet the Summer Weather

Spring and summer weather begs a beautiful house to invite guests and welcome company. Although your friends already admire your taste in decorating, there are means with which can make them feel more welcome in your home. Entry doors, side doors, and deck or patio doors are a fairly simple means of letting your guests know they are welcome in your home while defining the areas they have been invited to visit.

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Should You Buy Grid Windows?

When buying new windows, it’s a good idea to determine your home’s needs. A lot of homeowners consider grid windows, contacting their provider for a quick, professional installations. Also referred to as grilles or muntins, grids are window strips—made from vinyl, wood, aluminum or PVC—which divide a pane’s glass into smaller panes. If you’re considering buying grid windows, or if you want to know more about them, read on.

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How Long Does Insulation Last?

If your energy bills keep going up, you might have an insulation problem. Over time, insulation wears down. Weather, critters and general age can degrade your home’s temperature protection. That said, you can find out how long your insulation will last before a swap-out is needed. Depending on your home’s insulation type, you’ll be protected for a few decades. That said, a few factors can greatly reduce your insulation’s lifespan.

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The Problems You May Face With DIY Siding Projects

Siding is one of the most popular options when it comes to home exteriors. Millions of people love the flawless, finished look siding gives their home come compared to brick. Unfortunately, the desire to have siding on their homes encourages many homeowners to install their siding without the help of a professional. If you are one such homeowner, consider the following problems many homeowners run into when they install their siding.

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5 Things You Should Consider When It Comes to Window Replacement

If you are like most homeowners, replacing your windows is a big home improvement project. You want to get the most energy-efficient windows your money can buy, while not breaking the bank. Beyond that, there are many other aspects you should consider before you swipe your credit card to ensure your windows are efficient. Keep reading to learn the five most important factors you should be considering when it comes to replacing your windows.

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How to Choose the Perfect Patio Door

Entry doors are important to your home. Doors add to the overall look of your home both as an interior feature and an exterior feature. If you have patio doors, then they contribute significantly to the aesthetics of your home, so it makes sense to choose your next patio door wisely. The following are some factors you should consider before choosing your next set of patio doors.

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Why Your Entry Doors Matter

When it comes to your home’s exteriors, there are very few aspects that stand out to guests. From the vantage point of the road, the most important aspect of your home is your entry door, but why? The following are a few reasons the entry door you choose matters.

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Why Seamless Gutters are Better than Traditional Gutters

If you drive down any neighborhood in the North St. Paul area while it's raining, it is not uncommon to see gutters with water leaking through the sections. Although there are several reasons why the gutters could be leaking - poor assembly, corrosion, and weather damage - the fact is, they are still leaking. For years, homeowners had to deal with this agitation and continued to pour money into their gutters with little results. It wouldn't take long before they were leaking again.

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Comparing the Five Most Popular Windows for Homeowners in North St. Paul

Comparing the Five Most Popular Windows for Homeowners in North St. Paul

If you're getting ready to purchase windows, there are some things you need to know. First, not all windows are the same. In our 20 years in business, Window World experts have concluded that vinyl windows are made with the highest quality materials in the industry. You simply will not find a better window.

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3 Ways Your Windows, Doors and Siding Cost You Money

The average U.S. home loses 30%-50% of its heating and cooling energy due to air leaks around windows and doors and drafts penetrating the siding. Over time, even the highest quality home materials will show signs of wear and tear. A comprehensive evaluation from a trained window and door installation specialist will reveal critical areas in your home where air and moisture are getting in, and your money is leaking out.

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