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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

We can’t all afford design consultants when it comes to our homes. Which means that oftentimes it’s up to us to make decisions about home design that we don’t feel entirely comfortable or qualified to make. One of these decisions is color schemes. If you are currently trying to decide on the exterior colors for your home, then this article is for you. Read on to learn how to choose the color of your shutters – the coverings to your windows or doors that keep light out and make our ho... read more.

  • March 21, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

When we make changes to our homes, we want to always make sure that we are getting a good job done, one that lasts long, and hopefully for a good price, too. But with so many home contractors out there, it can be difficult to know who to trust or even where to start.This guide seeks to make it a little clearer for you about how to choose the right home contractors.Make sure to shop aroundIt can be incredibly tempting to just say yes to the first contractor you meet and get a quote from. However, this is usu... read more.

  • March 09, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Vinyl Siding

Vinyl on the side of my house?! Are you kidding? That’s right. If you’re only just getting into the materials that you can use to clad your home then you might be a little surprised to learn that vinyl is one of the more popular materials used for siding. While we’re used to hearing about vinyl boots, furniture, and flooring, vinyl is also one of the more sturdy materials used on the outside of our homes. Read on to learn about why exactly vinyl is right up the list of materials of home bu... read more.

  • February 23, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

For many of us, we’re not exactly architectural buffs. Which means that we can tell that certain homes are a certain style, and others are completely different, but we probably couldn’t tell you the name of that particular style. The good news is that we’re here to help you identify which style of home your house is!No idea what the style of your home is? Read our list of home architectural styles to find out which style your home is.RanchRanch style homes are the style that came into popu... read more.

  • February 07, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Vinyl Siding

Decisions, decisions, decisions! If you’re not known as a home designer, then choosing the right trimmings for your home can be more than just a little bit daunting. It can be difficult trying to ascertain whether something will actually look good on your home, or if it just looks great in pictures or in the showroom.What is siding?Siding is the part of your home that is on the exterior walls. This is that wood look paneled exterior that is put over the concrete of your walls to make them look more cl... read more.

  • January 16, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

No matter what time of year it is, you should make sure that your gutters are clean and free of debri; otherwise, it can cause ongoing damage to your roof and home. Cleaned gutters prevent water damage, or damages caused by an accumulation of rotting leaves that have built up there.You don’t always need to fork out your hard earned cash to get someone to clean your gutters professionally– you can often do the job yourself with just a few items, and proper safety precautions while cleaning.You sh... read more.

  • January 13, 2017
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Replacement Windows

When it comes to replacing your windows and door in your home, it can be difficult to know where to start. You’ve probably wound up here because your current windows and doors are in a sorry state, broken or no longer work as they are supposed to. Or perhaps you are just tired of having ugly windows and doors in your home and are looking for a refresh!This article will point you in the right direction on how to get started with finding the best replacements. The main thing to keep in mind when doing y... read more.

  • November 30, 2016
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Don’t let your siding get filthy and old looking! There are easy ways to make sure that your siding remains in tip top shape. Follow our cleaning tips to ensure that the sides of your home remain beautiful, bright, and clean.1. Wash once a year to keep your siding cleanYou need to make sure that you stick to a regular cleaning schedule so that build up of dust, dirt, grime, mold, and mildew doesn’t start happening to your siding. Because vinyl siding is quite maintenance free, unless you notice... read more.

  • November 21, 2016
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

Winter’s right around the corner which means it’s time to do some home maintenance to make sure that your home and your family make it through the winter unscathed. Here are our top tips for winterizing your home.Get your furnace checked over by a professionalMake sure that your furnace is operating in peak condition for the colder months by getting out a qualified technician to check over it. They can advise if any repairs need to be made, and ensure that your furnace is working in peak conditi... read more.

  • November 11, 2016
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Home Improvement

It’s that time of year again… Fall, when the leaves are dropping, the temperatures are getting lower, and we all start dreaming of cozying up by the fireplace with a nice warm mug of hot cocoa. If fall is your favorite season of the year, and you’re looking to either build or remodel your home, why not take inspiration from this most gorgeous time of year?Here are our top tips for designing a fall inspired home.Tip 1: Think fall colors for your design choicesIf fall is your favorite seaso... read more.

  • October 26, 2016
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