How much do you spend on utilities? Are you looking for ways to save? A typical American household spends about $2,100 on energy bills each year, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Most of that expense comes from a home’s energy use during the winter heating season. But a quick home checkup can help you can reduce these costs, prepare for winter and enjoy energy savings.
Properly installed and maintained windows and doors can help keep your home more comfortable year-round. Save on heating costs by preparing your windows and doors for winter with these tips:
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Forty-two years ago Kitchen & Windows Unlimited began offering quality products backed by excellent customer service. Today, owner Tim Lund and his experienced staff of sales and service professionals are committed to meeting all of your window and cabinetry needs at Kitchen & Windows Unlimited. The impressive 4,000 sq. ft. showroom features numerous displays of custom-built cabinetry and a large assortment of vinyl and aluminum clad windows. Stop by Kitchen & Windows Unlimited where the possibilities are unlimited.
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Installing stylish interior doors and replacing old exterior trim are two great ways to make your home look even better today and sell it for more later.
New doors add style
Doors can offer so much more than entry into a room. Because they are made in various panel designs and can be easily painted or stained, interior doors have become a key part of a home’s overall decor.
Many homes have plain flush doors that look rather boring. One of the easiest ways to dramatically change the look inside your home is by replacing your current doors with raised or flat-panel molded doors. New doors add fresh style, character and personality.
Molded interior doors are made to resist swelling, shrinking, cracking and splitting. Many companies also make eco-friendly doors that coRead More
Where the possibilities are Unlimited
Forty two years ago Kitchen & Windows Unlimited began offering quality products backed by excellent customer service. Today, owner Tim Lund and his experienced staff of sales and service professionals are committed to meeting all of your window and cabinetry needs at Kitchen & Windows Unlimited. The impressive 4,000 sq. ft. showroom features numerous displays of custom-built cabinetry and a large assortment of vinyl and aluminum clad windows. Stop by Kitchen & Windows Unlimited where the possibilities are unlimited.
Kitchen & Windows Unlimited carries an ample supply of cabinets from these manufactures:
Focusing on a service-first approach to business, owners Bob Haub and Mike Bruns entered the Sioux Empire new construction market in 1994, providing quality windows and millwork with an unmatched level of customer service. Bob had experience managing a lumber yard and a local glass company. Mike holds an Associate's Degree in Building Construction Technology and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Technology. Bob and Mike actually worked together at a millwork company before venturing off on their own with Builder's Millwork & Windows.
The industry and the business has seen many changes in 20 years! Builder's Millwork & Windows now has over 30 employees, including knowledgeable inside and outside sales people that are here to giveRead More
Raising the bar(n) in your home: Say hello to a barn door this winter
Amid the many trends ebbing and flowing through home improvement, one in particular seems likely to stick around. Known for their versatility, barn doors have been popping up in homes across the country - in contemporary and rustic designs. With this design element found on such opposite sides of the style spectrum, one might wonder what it is about barn doors that people love so much. If you've found yourself asking the same thing, read on to discover why adding a barn door is an ideal winter home-improvement project.
Barn doors provide the perfect transition between rooms
As homeowners seek more open floor plans, interior doors are evolving. Barn doors meet homeowners' desire for fluid room flows by seamlessRead More
In 1982, Dakota Millwork was opened by a contractor with “supplier frustrations” who recognized a need for a supplier who could provide what the customer needed. Over the years, Dakota Millwork has spent time hand picking only the vendors that offer the best products, quality and value. Dakota Millwork’s best kept secret, is the fact that they are open to anyone for retail purchase. Supplying the Sioux Empire for over 28 years, Dakota Millwork continues to offer the same philosophy of service and quality.
Instead of knowing a little about thousands of items, Dakota Millwork chooses to focus on the products that they know best and pass this knowledge and savings on to their customers. Dakota Millwork tries to pair up with vendors and suppliers that offer theirRead More
It's a designer's destination every day when you visit the showroom at Builder's Millwork & Windows. Cabinets, millwork, window and door displays fill the space with quality products. The experienced inside sales staff will walk you through the options to ensure your choices will function as you need them to both practically and aesthetically. Take your time to browse all the displays and ask as many questions as you like!
Owners Bob Haub and Mike Bruns have been in the business since 1994, and they are committed to providing quality windows and millwork with an unmatched level of customer service. Today, Builder's Millwork & Window is a leader in the marketplace for cabinet design, kitchen ideas, interior doors, exterior patio and entrance doorRead More
Some say your home’s front entry is the focal point of its curb appeal and the first chance you have to make a good impression. So, if the exterior of your home represents you just as much as the interior, then the front door should convey the same sense of pride that you have for the rest of your home. The professionals at the Dakota Millwork showroom in Tea can help you choose an attractive front door that will make visitors excited about entering your space.
A solid wood exterior door from Dakota Millwork offers undeniable warmth & beauty. Their steel doors are easily painted to make a bold statement while matching nicely with your existing entryway elements. Fiberglass entry doors from Dakota Millwork combine the clean lines of steel with authentic wood grRead More
From the beginning, Warren Window & Supply has revolved around family. In 1982 the father and son combo Paul and Dan Warren started their own business selling Marvin Windows & Doors. After convincing Marvin Windows to let them sell their product, Paul and Dan started distributing in western South Dakota and eastern Wyoming. In a time before computers, all window orders had to be done by hand. Luckily, Paul Warren was known for his perfect penmanship. He wrote everything for the company including orders, invoices, and statements. The first delivery Warren Window & Supply ever received was a 15 window order. Dan still remembers the big yellow and brown truck arriving to their store. As time moved forward, so did the Warren family. The trucks got bigger, the company expandRead More
Most people enter their home through the garage or backdoor, forgetting how the front entrance looks to neighbors and guests. Your front door is often the first thing others notice about your home. That's why it's key to make a positive first impression.
How to create an inviting entrance
Transform your home's curb appeal with a new front door. With so many new entry door systems to choose from, ranging from single doors, to double-door options, to those accented with decorative glass, or transoms and sidelights, it's easy to find one that fits your budget and your style. Pella offers stylish wood, fiberglass or steel options. Choose from ENERGY STAR-qualified design options to create a distinctive look, whether you're building a new home, remodeling, or simply replacRead More
Owning a home means giving constant attention to the building products that go into protecting the structure of your house. While we’d like to believe items like our roof, siding and windows will last forever, that’s not the case.
The first thing homeowners need to understand is that every element of a home’s exterior, from the top of the roof down to the front entry door, will eventually need to be replaced. The key is to know when the time is right to invest in new products. This means an ongoing evaluation of your home’s current products, researching new product options and contacting professionals for support.
Replacing older products with newer, more energy efficient and longer-lasting products is a sound investment for homeowners.
Another important aspRead More