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What Is Kitchen Refacing and How Does it Improve the Look of Your Kitchen

If you want to improve the look of your kitchen without completely remodeling your cabinets or countertops, then refacing is a smart option for you. There are numerous benefits to refacing their kitchen components. It’s an affordable and efficient approach to getting the look they’ve always wanted.

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3 Ways to Remodel Your Kitchen On a Budget

Renovating your kitchen while on a budget can sound like you'll have to be satisfied with subpar materials or do much of the work on your own. Neither thought is exactly true as there are a number of ways you can utilize to stick to your budget. Below are a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

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How to Keep Your Kitchen Remodeling Project Under Budget

Remodeling your kitchen can cost a significant amount of money. Upgrades for cabinets, hardwood flooring, and stainless steel appliances can demolish your budget if you aren’t careful. Fortunately, there is a way for you to remodel your kitchen while maintaining your budget.

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Transform Your Home With Replacement Windows

Have you ever noticed how different your room looks when you pull back the curtains or open your blinds? Windows are magical when it comes to improving the look of a room. They allow sunlight in, which accentuates your decor and casts natural shadows on your interiors. Imagine if you had more windows in your home. What would your home look like overall? Fortunately, you can transform your home using windows and save thousands of dollars without doing a complete remodel.

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How to Reface Your Kitchen

In 2015, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) conducted a survey to determine the most popular remodeling project. The results of their study weren’t surprising. Kitchens and bathrooms remain popular remodeling projects.

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7 Custom Window Ideas for Your Current Home or New Construction

Windows have the unique advantage of being admired on both sides of a wall. From the outside, they create a mysterious portal causing one to wonder where the framed glass leads. From the inside, windows give the dweller access to the world, but from a secure and cozy room. Windows are more than a functional home component. They offer both the homeowner and the designer an opportunity to add elegance and style to a home interior. When you are ready to explore your window options for your current home or new construction, then contact The Window Store Home Improvements, Inc. We can help take your ideas and bring them to life in any room in your house.

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The Benefits of EcoMaxx Windows

Spring is quickly approaching, and that means it’s time to get your to-do list in order. On your to-do list, you may find a lot of home improvement projects, but none are more important than replacing drafty your windows. Fortunately, at The Window Store, we offer our exclusive line of  EcoMaxx windows that’s perfect for your window replacement project.

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Should You Reface or Remodel Your Kitchen

Are you considering a new look for your kitchen? Are you weighing your options of refacing or remodeling? At The Window Store, we’ve met a lot of customers who are deciding between the same options. We’ve decided to help you look at the pros and cons of both options.

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4 Reasons Why Now is the Perfect Time to Replace your Windows

Many homeowners begin to think about home improvement projects like remodeling and window replacement as spring approaches and the weather warms up some. There must be something about the beginning of a new, warmer season that prompts the mind to think about changing things up. There are plenty of advantages to choosing now to have your new windows installed, though. 

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Things you Might not Know about Cabinet Refacing

Your cabinets are one of the first things that you -- and your guests -- see when entering the kitchen and bathroom. They are also one of the most often used elements in the room. For example, stop and think about how often you open your kitchen cabinets to retrieve something on the average day. Your cabinets can also significantly date the room in which they're located. 

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