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How to Elevate Your Home's Interior With Replacement Windows

The Twin Cities and Milwaukee home interior experts at The Window Store talk about window replacement. Learn ideas for window design to create a brighter look in your home.

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Here's How to Choose the Right Siding Color

If you’re looking for ways to improve your home’s curb appeal and give it an updated appearance, there’s no more dramatic way to do so than with a siding replacement. Choosing a new siding color can completely transform the appearance of your home.

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Signs Your Roof Needs an Inspection

When was the last time you thought about your roof? There’s a good chance if you haven’t had any serious problems with your roof leaking, you’re not putting a good deal of thought into what’s going on overhead. Unfortunately, a roof is one of those home components that you don’t realize is in need of repair until there’s a serious problem, and by then, it’s often too late.

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Refacing Tips to Update Your Kitchen

When you live in a house with a small kitchen, space is at a premium. Nonetheless, these kitchens have their own unique charm because they’re easy to maintain and more practical for small families. In a traditional large kitchen, a homeowner might cross the room throughout the meal preparation process, while a smaller kitchen can be made by simply reaching or turning.

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How to Handle Leaky Windows

With winter just behind us here in the Twin Cities, spring rains are right around the corner. If you live in a home with older windows, this is the time of year when minor problems can become more than just a nuisance. Leaky windows can be frustrating because they’re easy to overlook when it’s dry, but when the rain comes, the problems arise again. Unfortunately, minor window problems today can easily become more serious damage to your home’s walls and interior down the road.

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Getting Your Home Ready to List

For homeowners getting ready to list their home for sale, spring is a great time to take on contracting projects to add value before place a home on the market. Whether you’re getting ready to list a home yourself or you’re working with a real estate agent, any home will do better on the market with updates that add to its value. There are several simple upgrades to help you make the most out of the negotiation process and nail your original asking price. Better curb appeal can also help you sell your home faster.

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Your Guide to Choosing an Entry Door

When it comes to choosing an entry door for your home, it’s one of the most important decisions you can make both in function and in form. Your front door is the first thing to greet you when you come home at the end of the day, and it’s the first impression when your guests arrive. A beautiful front door can bring your home’s exterior design together and set your home apart as one of the most stunning exteriors on the block. That’s why it’s important to choose a door that works well for the overall design of your home.

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Top Window Ideas for a New Construction

Good windows are one of the best investments you can make in a home because they add to a home’s appearance both inwardly and from the home’s exterior. A well-placed window can create a cozy indoor environment while granting its occupants a stunning view of the world outdoors. It also creates a more secure and safer space for those who live in a home. When a contracting team and designer come together to create a new interior space,

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Checking Your Roof for Winter Damage

Winter weather is still upon the Twin Cities, and all of that snow, ice, and winter rain can take its toll on your roof. The freeze and thaw cycles that winter brings can also cause serious damage. If you suspect your roof may have sustained a degree of damage this winter, it’s important to stay on top of repairs. This prevents more serious damage from occurring, which could lead to the need for total roof replacement over time.

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Five Facts to Know About Kitchen Refacing

Your kitchen is where your family converges and bonds, creating happy memories right along with beautiful meals. It’s also one of the most well-loved and well-used rooms in your home, and it tends to experience wear and tear much faster than other spaces. But updating your kitchen can be extremely costly when it requires all of your cabinets to be removed and replaced. That’s why more homeowners than ever before are turning to kitchen refacing instead of traditional kitchen remodeling.

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