If you’re wondering whether your windows need replacement, or are already planning a new window installation project for your home, the process can feel a bit overwhelming. After all, window replacement—even for just one or two of your home’s windows—is generally considered to be a significant home...

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With the arrival of October, Minneapolis is already experiencing shorter days, the peak of the fall color season, and cooler nighttime temperatures. This is the perfect time of year to take in a fall festival, spend an evening around the campfire—and start a home remodeling project. Are you wonder...

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At New Windows for America, we know how devoted Saint Paul residents are to taking great care of their homes. That’s why we started our company in 2000 after our founders realized how difficult it was to find quality products for their own home improvement projects. As one of the leading companies o...

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In this blog we will discuss the top signs that it may be time for new windows. Home improvements can be costly and easy to avoid until necessary. We will discuss the signs that it is time to replace your windows. So here is how to tell if you need new windows: 1.  NOISE: If your windows are...

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Window condensation is annoying and sometimes just downright frustrating. Window condensation is inevitable, especially in the winter and even if you just got brand new windows. The problem is the warm air inside condenses on the coldest spot of the house, which just so happens to be the windows. Wh...

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Old and drafty windows are more than just an eye-sore, they are money out the window! If you notice a rise in energy costs, then your outdated windows might be the culprit. Whether you need energy-saving replacement windows in Minneapolis or new windows for completing your home remodeling project, N...

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You aren’t alone if you haven’t thought about your windows in years. Windows can easily melt into the interior and exterior décor of your home, leaving most homeowners to spend very little time thinking about their energy efficiency. That is, until a window becomes broken or outdated. The solution i...

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