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Annual Maintenance Schedule (Spring and Fall)

Posted September 24, 2012 @ 1:02pm | by Mike V.

Annual Maintenance Schedule (Spring and Fall)Examining all of your windows a couple times a year can payoff by eliminating the need for costly structural repairs. Doing a little work each year and each season can extend the life of your windows.Exterior - Keep it paintedWalk around the house and examine each...

 

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A Word or Two About Condensation

Posted September 20, 2012 @ 11:27am | by Mike V.

A Word or Two About CondensationCondensation on the inside (Prime Window)- Too much moisture on the inside (use bath fans, range hoods, calibrate or eliminate in-house humidification)- Leaky or non-existent storm windows- GOAL IS TO ELIMINATE THIS IF POSSIBLE- it can be very hard on the windows.- Seal...

 

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STORM WINDOWS- YOUR SECRET WEAPON

Posted September 11, 2012 @ 8:36am | by Mike V.

STORM WINDOWS- YOUR SECRET WEAPONDid you know- Storm Windows are among the most cost-effective window improvements you can make?- Why?A good quality storm will create dead air-space between the storm and prime sash just like insulated glass and in most cases will last longer and perform better than a cheap vinyl...

 

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Rotted Window Sill Repair

Posted September 5, 2012 @ 1:15pm | by Mike V.

Rotted Window Sill RepairThis post will discuss how SP handles rotted wood repair, including sills, casing, back-band drip caps and more.

 

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SP Finishes Install at the Union Depot

Posted September 2, 2012 @ 7:04pm | by Mike V.

SP Custom Carpentry and Windows has finished installing thier portion of wood windows for the rennovation of the Historic Union Depot. Your can see a picture of SP's Work in Progress on the St. Paul Union Depot's Facebook Page.

 

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