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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

If you are looking for a home improvement contractor then you have to find the one that is right for your home. You should remember to do your research, compare prices and of course to follow these six steps to choosing the right home improvement contractor.1. Check References and Reviews – It is important to get an outside opinion on your contractor before you hire them. Try asking for references and checking sites such as Yelp for reviews from people who have hired the company in the past. Another g... read more.

  • April 24, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Vinyl Siding

Vinyl siding is a very durable material that requires less maintenance than almost any other siding you can chose for your home. However; even though vinyl siding can last for a very long time, it is as much subject to wear and tear as any other material you could use. While you will not have to repair it as often, you will still have to occasionally replace the vinyl siding on your home. Time – Over time, Vinyl siding is exposed to sun, wind and rain. The fibers that hold your vinyl siding together... read more.

  • April 10, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

Making your home more energy efficient has two results: The first is that it saves you a great deal of money. Just replacing the vinyl siding on your home can actually prevent air loss and save you hundreds in heating and cooling bills. The other benefit is that it is better for the environment. Changing your light bulbs to energy efficient bulbs can save the environment about 0.2 tons of CO2 per year! Here are 10 year-round tips to keep your home energy efficient:1.    WindowsDid you know... read more.

  • April 03, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

Home renovation can be difficult and expensive no matter what you are doing. While you can’t really reduce the cost of materials or the labor of installation; you can make life a little easier by using a free home improvement app.  A phone application can’t replace the services of a good contractor but it can get you started on your own. Here are the top ten free home improvement apps for iPhone and Android phones. 1.    HGTV To Go – Features full episodes of popular... read more.

  • March 21, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Replacement Windows

“April showers bring May flowers.” They also bring mold and mildew to windows that aren’t properly sealed and waterproofed. You can easily avoid the hassle and expense of repairing or replacing the windows around your home by taking a few precautions. Windows are commonly made of wood, aluminum, fiberglass or vinyl. If you’re buying a newly built home or buying custom replacement windows for your home, you’ll notice right away that today’s windows tend to be low maintena... read more.

  • March 12, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

Spring is coming, and with it comes the need to clean your home. Spring cleaning may not be something you look forward to, but it doesn’t have to be something you dread either. Here are a few spring cleaning tips to get you started: Start with the easiest task:  cleaning the doors. Storm doors, which are usually made of metal or plastic, can be cleaned with a solution of one part mild soap and three parts water on the frames. The glass can be cleaned with regular window cleaner, eco-friendly wind... read more.

  • March 05, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Nationwide Window

When springtime is on the horizon it's always a great idea to start making home repairs and improvements. Before you go to your shed and start bringing out the hammer and nails; consider this, your house may be eligible for a home improvement tax credit. There is a difference between home repair and home improvement. Basically a home repair is fixing a problem with your home. An example would be if you repaired or replaced damaged or missing shingles, replaced a leaky pipe or repainted a room in your home.... read more.

  • February 27, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Vinyl Siding

The best way to clean your home exterior and vinyl siding is with a pressure washer, better known as power washing by some. It allows two story home owners to avoid the use of ladders, helps save water, is easy to use and reaches difficult corners and stains. A pressure washer is a great investment for any home because it can also be used to clean your deck, prep your home for paint jobs, and to wash your car. Speak to a professional about the type of pressure washer that would work best for you, your fami... read more.

  • February 14, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Replacement Windows

Home owners know that one of the quickest and affordable ways to upgrade your home is through your windows. They offer the versatility of different frames, shapes, and materials. Home owners have the options to choose windows that are going to compliment the look and feel of their home. Before you start browsing windows, decide if you need replacement or completely new windows. Don't confuse the two, they are both new windows. The different is that replacement windows fit into the casing of your previous w... read more.

  • February 02, 2012
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By Nationwide Windows, Posted in Vinyl Siding

Remodeling your home for restoration can make it feel and look as though you bought a brand new home. Home improvements can be costly so do research and plan each step to keep your costs low and still provide the best value for your home. Start your projects slowly by making exterior changes that can make a world of difference. Upgrading windows and siding can be some of the most budget-friendly upgrades to quickly give your home the makeover you want. Show your home and your wallet some love by choosing... read more.

  • January 24, 2012
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