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People have a tendency to overlook their windows when maintaining their homes. While they do make the effort to clean up dirt and spots of grime, most don't really consider the other uses of windows. Recently, there was an effort to restore the windows of an old public library to make it operate eff...

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On March 26, Sophie Keller wrote in a blog published on HuffingtonPost.com about one surprising reason why the front door of a home is important: according to feng shui, the home's front door is also its mouth. This means it is where food and nourishment pass to enter your home. In fact, most feng...

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If you're looking to reduce your energy bills, using windows in San Antonio that are energy efficient can help. In fact, this has become a popular option among people who are trying to save energy and money as well as keep their homes insulated and comfortable. Energy-efficient windows are so adva...

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Broken windows pose problems because they compromise the privacy and livability of your home. While you're trying to enjoy a meal at your dining table, you could be bothered by stronger drafts, hearing the neighbors' kids running around, and knowing outsiders can see the inside of your house. Alth...

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Wood is a great, natural, and beautiful material for almost anything. Cutting them up into planks and using them as sidings for your home's exterior would give your property a better curb appeal, especially when you have good roofing shingles, doors, windows, and other decor to complement it. The on...

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Your next home improvement job may probably include the front door. An article in Window and Door magazine stated that a rebound in construction and replacement markets pegged to last the next few years is boosting entry-door manufacturers' optimism about fresh orders. Officials from three door make...

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Living close to the airport is as much of a problem as it's a convenience; the deafening roar of planes flying overhead can make quiet days an impossible dream. Homes within so-called “noise zones” can apply for a federal program to have doors and windows soundproofed free-of-charge. However, News 4...

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You've probably heard it on the news several times; the story on melting vinyl siding. It doesn't happen on a large scale, but several small cases are enough to raise questions about the siding, just like this article from Door & Window Market Magazine. However, it seems that window and siding a...

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Envisioning how to fit windows in San Antonio homes has gotten easier with the help of 3-D home design software. These computer-aided design (CAD) tools present a realistic rendering of what homes would look like, helping greatly with site planning, landscaping, house construction, room design, and...

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On July 15th, 2013, a group of thieves broke into a home on the 7300 block of Clear Water Street and demanded money, jewelry, and drugs. An hour-long SWAT standoff at a nearby home followed. Soon after, ten people were arrested. It was a tense Monday morning for the residents of Northwest Side. The...

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