Posted on 9/7/2020 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
There’s nothing quite as welcoming as a home filled with lots of light and energy. Whether you’re updating your home’s windows for the energy savings, getting your home ready to sell, or simply updating your home for your family, windows are a great investment. If you’re looking for ways to elevate the look of your home’s interior, we offer a wide range of energy-efficient window solutions at The Window Store in Minnesota.
Posted on 4/20/2020 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
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.
Posted on 11/18/2019 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
In addition to homeowners insurance policies, many homeowners across Wisconsin and Minnesota choose to sign up for home warranty policies to protect their investment. A home warranty can protect the appliances and other features within your home in case you should experience a need for repair. It typically covers the costs of any damage that meets certain conditions outlined in the warranty text. If your home is under warranty, you may have questions about how this warranty works.
Posted on 9/23/2019 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
One of the things that makes beautiful windows stand out among other home features is the ability of a window to impact both the look of a home’s interior and its exterior. A well-designed and attractive window solution adds to a home’s value and complete look from both sides of the wall. On the outside of a home, the stunning look of framed glass offers an inviting glimpse at the warmth and light within. On a home’s interior, they create a broad vista to the world outside through all four seasons of the year in bright and stormy weather alike.
Posted on 8/19/2019 7:29 AM By The Window Store MN
When it comes to home improvement projects, as a Minnesota or Wisconsin homeowner, you want to do everything you can to make sure you’re getting the best contractors. Avoiding low-quality installation and scams should be at the top of your list when choosing the right contractor. Occasionally, contractors without the proper licensing will try to offer local homeowners significant savings in terms of costs. But is it worth it?
Posted on 3/25/2019 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
The weather outside might still be frightful, but it won’t be for long. Spring is right around the corner, which means the return of sunny mornings and bright, warm days in Minnesota. While you’re outside enjoying all that fresh air, don’t forget to consider your home’s windows.
Posted on 1/21/2019 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Great windows can last for many decades in a home, but eventually, you may be ready to replace your home’s windows. Whether you’re interested in boosting curb appeal or getting your home ready to sell, there are a lot of things to take into consideration when it comes to replacing your windows.
Posted on 9/10/2018 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Whether you are considering the type of windows you want for a new home or you're in the decision phase when it comes to replacement windows for your existing home, you should know about the advantages of choosing custom windows. Many of these advantages might be ones that you normally wouldn't think about.
Posted on 8/20/2018 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Family and friends may consider you a great Do-It-Yourself person, but do you have the skill to tackle the installation of replacement windows? You’ve done almost everything else around your house, so why not replace those leaky old windows? Replacement windows can’t be that hard, you reason.
Posted on 8/6/2018 4:00 AM By The Window Store MN
Does your house lack windows in critical places? Are the few windows that exist so undersized they don’t admit enough natural light? Do you need to turn on the lights in the daytime so that you can walk through some parts of your house?
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