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Turning A Window Into A Patio Door: What You Should Know

Today, there are very few restrictions when it comes to getting exactly the kind of custom windows you want. Homeowners no longer settle for changing their old windows with the same kind, but let their imaginations fly to get the most comfort and convenience out of their replacement. That’s why projects like turning a window …

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Burglar Confession: What You Can Do to Prevent a Break-In

While home invasions across Canada have decreased over the last two years, if your home is one that a burglar has targeted, those statistics will be one too many. The emotional impact a break-in can have on you and your family can take years to overcome. The feeling of violation when someone enters your home …

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How to Choose the Ideal Door Lock

Whether you live out in the country or in the middle of the city, protecting your home and family is a high priority. Choosing the ideal door lock is the first line of defense against intruders but how do you decide what to look for or what lock is best for your needs? This guide …

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All the Questions You Wanted to Ask About Entry Doors

You probably know that the front door is the most important feature of your home. It creates a first impression and sets the standard for the rest of your home, so choosing a replacement door will require thorough research and careful consideration. To achieve the best possible fit, you’ll want to match your home’s architectural …

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7 Common Mistakes That Prevent Choosing the Ideal Entry Door

Home and Garden shows are a very popular form of entertainment and information today. You can learn about the latest trends and styles, learn how to tackle any sort of home improvement project, and even watch as families search for the home of their dreams. Have you ever noticed, though, that every beautiful home on …

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Winnipeg Windows and Doors: Egress Firecode

By law, windows in every bedroom that doesn’t have a sprinkler in Winnipeg, or direct exit to the outside, must meet the minimum fire code requirement for residents to be able to use the window as an exit in the event of an emergency. Fire code windows are also often called egress because they match …

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Windows And Doors Edmonton Warranty: What You Should Know

When shopping for windows and doors in Edmonton there are three things you should take into consideration: 1.The quality of the windows. 2. The quality of installation. 3. Warranty. For window comparisons in your city check out: Casement Windows in EdmontonSlider Windows in Edmonton Awning Windows in Edmonton But if the first two points are …

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