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3 Reasons to Winter Proof Your Attic Right Now

In the case of your attic and its insulation, if out of sight equates to out of mind, you could be losing money. Heat loss through the attic is common during Minnesota winters. If any of the following reasons are present, it's a good indication that you need more insulation in your attic this year. Anderson Exteriors is here to help you weather this winter more comfortably and while also using less energy.

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Steel or Fiberglass? Choosing Your Entry Doors

Whether you’re a homeowner or commercial property owner, your entryway matters. Beautiful, effective doors can make or break an establishment, and it pays off to understand the fundamentals. Steel and fiberglass doors are both excellent options, and each offers a slew of benefits. Each is good in different situations, however. To boost your property’s value, enhance your living area or create a secure business, check out our door material comparison below.

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Prepping the Area for a Window Installation

If you’re thinking of replacing your home’s windows, there are a few things you should know. Whether you’re updating your home’s look, want to save on energy costs, or simply need repairs, your window crew possesses the experience needed to ensure a quality installation.

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Upgrade Your Home with New Windows

Whether you're conducting a full renovation or just would like to make a few upgrades to your home, adding new windows is perhaps the simplest way to make your house new again. A major consideration is not only that new windows will lower your heating and cooling costs, but have convenience and security features which weren't previously available. If your windows have a hard time opening and closing, need a stick to prop them up and stay open, or refuse to shut fully and latch securely, your house is a likely candidate for new windows.

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Building a Beautiful Home Exterior

Whether building a new house or remodeling an older home, you may first consider a floorplan layout that best serves the needs of your family, but certainly also want to assure the exterior of the house is beautiful and appealing to you and your guests. There are few relatively simple ways to upgrade an older home or even add design changes to the blueprints for a new house.

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The Energy-Saving Home

Energy-saving technology has progressed by leaps and bounds over the past few years. The timing is perfect as energy costs continue to rise. However, energy saving only works if you incorporate it into your home, and there are a few reasonable means to add energy-saving options to your home without taking on the expenditure of a full remodel job.

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Functions of the Door

Most homeowners don't tend to think much about their entry doors, as long as they work and don't have noticeable drafts. However, the doors that came with the house were probably simply the generic design the contractor installed for economy and overall appeal rather than something to suit your tastes for cosmetic appeal while incorporating modern features for security and convenience.

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Can Window Replacement Add Home Value?

You can increase your home's value in a few ways. Among these, window replacement is the most controllable. Check out our coverage on window replacement.

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5 Things That Are Damaging Your Doors

Your doors might be durable, but they’ll get damaged if you don’t take care of them. Your door’s bulk is protected, but its frame, locking mechanism, and internal mechanisms are at risk. Regardless of how much use your doors get, beware of these five door-damaging factors.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Old Gutters?

Gutters are an invaluable component on your roof. The primary purpose of gutters is to channel water away from the base of your home to eliminate flooding, standing water, or splash stains up against the vinyl siding. Over time gutters are like any other part of the home. They experience wear and tear beyond any repairs. Below are a few telltale signs that your home's gutters need to be replaced.

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