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    Though not required, many reputable contractors have received some type of certification. The Installation Masters Training and Certification Program allows contractors to prove their expertise. The program covers the installation of both new and replacement windows, and persons who obtain certification will have an ID card that they can show upon request.

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    Vinyl window treatments are a great way for property owners to protect themselves from a wide variety of outdoor elements. They keep homes safe from severe weather, prevent unwanted noise, and are also more aesthetically pleasing than more rudimentary glass and metal frames. Overall, the thick construction quality of vinyl makes it uniquely suitable for fulfilling a wide variety of needs.




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