Your Guide to Home Window and Door Replacement

02 June 2018

Our team answers homeowner questions every weekend on WCCO 830 AM from 9:00 am-10:00 am.  Have your most pressing home improvement questions answered by calling 651-989-9226 or texting 81807.  Here’s the must-know information our COO, Andy Lindus, shared on 6.2.18.

One home improvements that consistently offers the highest return on investment is the installation of a new front door.  The primary reasons for this is that the correct door can improve a home’s energy efficiency and curb appeal.  Selecting the correct front door can quickly become overwhelming because of the endless color, window placement, lighting and lock options.  The door material we most frequently recommend is fiberglass.  While they offer the aesthetics of wood, fiberglass doors offer additional insulation.  They’re low-maintenance and do not rust or deteriorate.  Beware of installing builder grade fiberglass doors because they are notorious for cracking, which dramatically shortens their lifespan.   siding

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Another home improvement that brings a high level of satisfaction upon completion is the installation of a sun tunnel.  They work especially well in rooms that do not have access to an exterior wall.  Popular placements include closets, halls, stairways, kitchensbathrooms, and laundry rooms.  When placed properly, sun tunnels and skylights eliminate the need for artificial light sources during daytime hours.  Our VELUX skylights and sun tunnels come with a lifetime leak warranty, offering homeowners the ultimate peace of mind.

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Owners of historic homes understand that maintaining their charm often requires preserving original elements to keep the home unique.  In fact, at a recent three season porch project, the homeowners requested we install leaded antique glass pieces in a way that they could easily be removed should the homeowners relocate.  However, historic homeowners that choose to keep a property’s original windows do themselves a disservice because they are compromising the home’s energy efficiency and their overall comfort.

This Century-Old Farmhouse Renovation Included New Siding & Windows That Took Into Account the Home’s Original Architecture:

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