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How DIY Windows Stack Up to Professional Installation

The Twin Cities window installation experts at Window World talk about the problems that can arise from do-it-yourself window installation. We also share some of the unexpected benefits of working with a professional window installation team. 

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Choosing the Best Window Contractor

Spring is the perfect time of year for taking on much-needed home improvement projects and check items off of your to-do list. With all of the extra time most of us have spent at home lately, you may be putting more thought into the appearance and performance of your windows than you have in a while. If you’re looking for a simple home improvement project that can dramatically improve your home’s exterior and help with your energy costs, windows are a good start.

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The Trouble With DIY Siding Projects

Many homeowners prefer siding to cover their home’s exterior due to its sleek and finished look as well as the low cost of maintenance and lasting durability. Sadly, like so many other things home related many of those homeowners feel it is a project worth tackling themselves. If you feel such a project is one to take upon yourself, the following bits of advice and warning are for you.

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Planning Windows for Your Custom Home

While buying a new home may be among the most exciting purchases in a lifetime, building a home and controlling the design process raises the excitement to a higher level. The opportunity to direct the process in creating your personalized living spaces is an experience like no other.

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How to Create a More Inviting Entry

There’s nothing quite like the warm welcome of a beautiful entry door. Whether it’s framed by pumpkins in the fall, ornamented with an evergreen wreath in December, or propped open on a fresh spring day, an entry door is an invitation to come home. Creating the ideal welcome for a home is something of an art that balances a home’s architecture with the tastes of its residents.

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How a Home’s Elements Work to Create a Thermal Envelope

Your home should be a place of comfort and respite from the outside world. At the end of a long day, there’s nothing quite like coming home to the place where rest and refreshment are your main concerns. Essential to that comfort is an ideal interior climate free of drafts and cold spots. A comfortable interior will offer healthy air quality, the right level of humidity, and a stable room temperature no matter how extreme the outside temperature. To achieve that balance, your home’s exterior components come together to create a thermal envelope that maintains a home’s internal temperature and protects it from the elements.

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How Windows Add to the Value of Your Investment Home

It’s easy to see why homeowners are drawn to window replacement for their homes. Replacement windows can make a home much more comfortable and help with your monthly energy savings.

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The Benefits of Beautiful French Doors

When you think of French doors, you probably think of style and elegance. French doors are universally beloved and bring a much-needed beauty to homes of all styles from Craftsman bungalows to ranch homes. Most of us associate French doors with the architectural look they bring to a home, but did you know they’re more than just a pretty face?

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Addressing the Window Damage You Can’t See

With the holidays behind us and a new year on the calendar, it’s a great time to start thinking about home improvement projects you want to take on this spring. Spring is an ideal season for replacing outdated windows and updating your home. With warmer weather and summer on the horizon, updating your windows now means you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy those beautiful views this spring. It also means you’ll be able to get the most value out of the lower energy bills you’ll most likely see when you save money on your heating and cooling costs.

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Your Windows and Siding During the Winter

There’s nothing quite like the excitement of purchasing a new home. After all the time and energy you spent looking for the right place to plant your flag, you’ve finally found the perfect location and the right floor plan for your family, all within your budget. Moving your belongings into the home and putting your art and decor exactly as you want can be thrilling. In all of the excitement, it’s a good idea to consider whether your siding or windows should be updated.

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