John Mix and Son

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Mary V.

Review of Window Concepts of Minnesota by

· Lakeville

They were knowledgeable, on time, and clean. It went as scheduled without any problems. Everything went really well.

Davison E.

Review of All Around by

· Apple Valley

Nick and Kyle were fantastic to work with. Regular updates for a large scale project made everyone feel informed, important, and confident that the job was getting done and getting done right. Will absolutely work with All Around in the future for all roofing and siding needs.

Wendy B.

Review of North Iowa Kitchens by

· Garner

They were friendly, courteous, and make sure I was happy with what I bought. That meant a lot to me. I was very well satisfied with them. They want their customers to be happy. They'll do whatever to make sure you are happy with your product.

Fabrizio P.

Review of Window Outfitters, Inc. by

· Hopkins

Professional and careful! Highly recommended, the quote process with Joe was quick, fair and pressure free. Cecil came and did the work when scheduled. Existing concrete floor was not in great condition and Cecil took an extra day to fix it and make sure the floor was in perfect condition before ins... more

I have a ranch-style brick house and I'd like to give it a facelift. Do you recommend painting brick or will it be a lot of maintenance/work in the long-run?
Feb 24, 2014
Bekah, It is perfectly fine to paint brick.  Here are some things to consider.  You need to clean it fiirst.  I recommend a thorough power wash with a 25 degree tip.  Keep the nozzle back at least six ... read more
What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Feb 18, 2014
Since 80% of a window is glass, it is always wise to pick the right glass for the direction the window faces in your home.  LowE 366 Argon filled glass for the south and west exposures may be the best ... read more

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