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    Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has three-man transfer wish list ahead of January window – Express - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told club chief Ed Woodward to improve on last summers recruitment drive and has given the clubs executive vice-chairman a three-man shortlist of players he wants.

    United have had an unimpressive start to the season but after their 2-1 win over Tottenham on Wednesday night they currently sit sixth in table after 15 games.

    However, they are still eight points off the top-four and 22 points off league leaders and bitter rivals Liverpool.

    Solskjaer has identified where he wants the board to strengthen his side over the next two transfer windows and according to the Evening Standard, he has Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, Red Bull Salzburg striker Erling Haaland and at least one other midfielder on his wanted list.

    The report also claims that while any major business is likely to be conducted in the summer, if any of his targets become available in January the club will look to sign the players on his wish-list.

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    United have been monitoring Jadon Sancho for quite some time but will likely face competition from several clubs across Europe for the England international.

    The 19-year-old, who left Manchester City to join Dortmund in 2017, has been unsettled recently by several incidents at the Bundesliga club this season and is thought to be open to a move away from Germany.

    He had a breakout year last season as he scored 13 goals and provided 19 assists in 43 appearances for the club, however, he has yet to produce that same form this season.


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    After making an impressive start to the league campaign he then went two months without a goal before managing to find the back of the net again at the end of November.

    If United do convince Sancho to make the switch to Old Trafford it will likely cost them a lot as the youngster is under contract until 2022.

    One of Uniteds main priorities is to sign another striker.

    The club sold Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan in the summer and decided against signing a replacement in that window.

    Haaland could be the answer to Uniteds troubles in front of goal and the youngster has been in sensational form this season.

    The 19-year-old has scored 27 goals in 20 appearances in all competitions, including eight goals in just five Champions League matches.

    Although Haaland, who is the son of former Manchester City and Leeds United player Alf-Inge Haaland, will not be cheap.

    And while RB Salzburg only signed the youngster themselves at the beginning of the year, the Austrian club are reportedly looking for at least 100million (85m) for the striker.

    As for the other midfielder, several players have been linked with United including Leicester Citys James Maddison. However, given the large transfer fees that would be required to bring in Sancho and Haaland, Tottenhams Christen Eriksen could be a more attractive option.

    Spurs are looking to offload the Dane, who is in the final year of his contract, in the January window and according to reports the club have slashed their asking price from 80m and are willing to consider bids of under 40m for the playmaker.

    However, lot of teams are monitoring his situation at the north London club and they are all aware he will be able to leave on a free in the summer.

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    FEMA to pay $25M to help build flood gates and waterproof Kingwood High School – Houston Chronicle - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Two years after Hurricane Harvey left more than five feet of water sloshing through Kingwood High School, FEMA has approved $25 million in funding to construct flood gates and waterproof the buildings brick exterior to fend off future storms.

    The flood gates will protect the schools doors and windows, offering what Humble ISD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen hopes will be peace of mind for Kingwood High students who were displaced from the campus for months after Harvey.

    Now, every time that the students experience a water event, they are wondering and worrying Will this mean well be displaced, well have to share facilities, all these things, Fagen said Wednesday. We believe in letting them know that we put measures in place so their school will not be inoperable.

    The $25 million from FEMA will cover about 90 percent of the cost to build the flood control system. The school district will pay the remaining $3 million. The flood mitigation systems will not be ready until 2022, Fagen said.

    While the 2,700-student Kingwood High may be the first K-12 school in Greater Houston to use flood gates, it is not the first to make itself more flood and storm resistant.

    After Hurricane Ike crashed onto Galvestons shore and flattened schools across that district in 2008, architecture firm PBK worked with Galveston ISD to rebuild and reinforce its campuses from future storms.

    Dan Boggio, CEO of PBK, said the process to rebuild the schools into more resilient facilities took years. Construction workers built a series of levies, or berms, around many. Others were raised off the ground. One, the Crenshaw School of Environmental Studies, now sits atop stilts on the Bolivar Peninsula.

    Flood gates have proven a popular flood control technique at other Houston-area institutions. The Texas Medical Center and the University of Houstons main campus installed gates in and around their buildings after Tropical Storm Allison caused hundreds of millions of dollars damage at both in 2001.

    At the University of Houston, 90 of the campus then 105 buildings were damaged by Allison, costing more than $100 million to repair. Flood waters gushed into the universitys tunnel system, drowning critical utilities, and water levels reached 10 to 12 feet high in six buildings, including the Law Center, the Fine Arts Building and the Student Center Satellite.

    David Oliver, now UHs associate vice president for facility and construction management, said the damage from Allison led the university to invest in flooding infrastructure, especially for its lower lying buildings.

    That proved fortuitous during Hurricane Harvey, when only a handful of buildings suffered damage mainly from seepage of flood water during the record-breaking storm that dumped as much as 60 inches of rain on parts of the Houston area. One building got six inches of water inside, but that mostly was due to a pump failure.

    The schools tunnels, now sealed with submarine doors during floods, stayed dry. Overall, the university sustained about $20 million in damage from Harvey, most of it from a broken steam system at one of its buildings in the Texas Medical Center, which officials were unable to address due to the high water surrounding the area.

    Harvey was a very similar event to Allison not a lot of wind but tons and tons of rain, Oliver said. The difference in how the buildings performed was huge. The damage was minimal compared to Allison.

    The UH flood gates are almost unnoticeable, buried so they are flush with sidewalks and roads. When water begins to soak the ground around the gates, it flows into a gap that surround the metal barriers. The water causes the flood gates to float upward gradually, eventually topping out if the water gets that high.

    Kingwood has been a repeat victim of flooding in recent years. After Harvey, Fagen and her administrative team at Humble ISD began thinking of ways to prevent flood damage to the high school from future storms.

    They thought about demolishing the whole building and rebuilding it on raised land retrofitted with an underground water retention system, a proposal that could have cost more than $260 million. They also considered building walls or levies around the school to keep it dry

    The district ended up working with FEMA to devise the series of flood gates and waterproofing plan for the building exterior.

    Preliminary designs for the Kingwood High project include the same type of flood gates used at UH, although district CFO Mike Seale said that could change. The goal is to make the gates largely invisible during dry times, but rise as high as eight feet when needed.

    When it comes to waterproofing the buildings exterior, Boggio at PBK said there are two options: remove the outside brick so waterproofing can be added between the exterior walls and interior insulation; or build another wall inches away from the existing brick exterior and inserting waterproofing material in the newly created gap.

    Were basically going to design the building like an inverted bathtub, Boggio said. We want to keep the water out.

    It cost $63 million to restore Kingwood High after Harvey. In the six months it took to fix the building, Humble ISD sent Kingwood students to Summer Creek High School, cutting class days in half to accommodate both schools: Summer Creek students took their classes in the mornings, and Kingwood students arrived on campus in the afternoon.

    Successful implementation of the flood control measures could help eliminate anxiety for parents, students and staff at the high school.

    Tracey Wright, a Kingwood alumna whose 16-year-old son now attends the school, said they were uneasy before his freshman year because of the amount of damage at the school from Harvey, but now is hopeful the gates and waterproofing will keep the building dry.

    If it saves them from repeatedly having to replace flooring, replace things, displace the kids, they should do it, Wright said.

    FEMA to pay $25M to help build flood gates and waterproof Kingwood High School - Houston Chronicle

    Guardiola rules out City spending in January window – - December 5, 2019 by admin

    Pep Guardiola insists he will not be adding to his Manchester City squad in January.

    The champions' faltering start in the Premier League this season has led to speculation they may seek to address their defensive problems in next month's transfer window.

    The departure of Vincent Kompany at the end of last term and a serious injury to Aymeric Laporte has left City boss Guardiola short of specialist centre-backs.

    Midfielder Fernandinho has been operating in the back four as a result but, with City having fallen 11 points behind leaders Liverpool, may need to strengthen to meet their ambitions.

    Yet while Guardiola acknowledges a need to regenerate his squad, he is not intending to do it mid-season.

    "I don't want any players in January," the former Barcelona boss said.

    "If we cannot do it in summer, we cannot do it in January."

    The chief reason for this is because Guardiola wants long-term solutions rather than short-term fixes, and January options are likely to be limited.

    He said: "When they come in January for the next four, five, six years maybe we could think about it, but that is not possible.

    "Normally the players we could think would be interesting and add something to our squad - they are not going to be sold."

    A refresh is likely in the summer, however, with one departure confirmed already as veteran David Silva moves on. There is also uncertainty about the future of 34-year-old Fernandinho, who is out of contract at the end of the campaign.

    Guardiola said: "Yes, David's confirmed he's leaving. Fernandinho doesn't know but it's normal for players that arrive at his age and this stage of their lives.

    "Of course we have to replace them but we don't have to rebuild too much.

    "Three players is not rebuilding the team. Rebuilding the team is seven or eight, as we did in the second season.

    "I think at the end of the season we are going to decide on the situation - the players who finished their contracts, the players with full contracts, what we have to do, what we believe is the best for the club and organisation for next season."

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    Apogee Publishes Updated Whitepaper, Window Replacement: Unrealized Benefits to Building Owners – Business Wire - December 4, 2019 by admin

    MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--There are approximately six million commercial buildings in the U.S., nearly half of which are more than 40 years old, according to a 2019 report from the American Institute of Architects. Within their lifespan, window system solutions and energy standards have evolved significantly presenting an opportunity for building owners and occupants to reduce energy costs, improve tenant satisfaction, and increase the value of their properties.

    Apogee Renovations recently published whitepaper, Window replacement: Unrealized benefits to building owners, addresses these opportunities and benefits sharing several case studies, along with considerations regarding energy payback, fossil fuel savings equivalents, code compliance, and incentives and credits. Furthermore, the publication includes a renovation specification checklist, thermal imaging comparisons, and an energy study example.

    These resources are critical as building owners and developers seek solutions for not only increasing building value with aesthetically improved facades, but optimizing energy efficiency, especially given the impact of building energy use on the environment. According to a 2019 whitepaper published by the American Institute of Architects, buildings account for 45% of overall energy consumption worldwide, and urban areas account for 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

    In addition to heightened sustainability standards, building owners are also faced with the challenge of ensuring occupant comfort and productivity while minimizing maintenance and energy costs. Kevin Robbins, Director of Apogee Renovation, explains, New, high-performance window systems offer significant energy savings while delivering occupant comfort to ultimately enhance tenant satisfaction and lower vacancy rates. Furthermore, there are opportunities to improve building and occupant safety, such as blast hazard mitigation and electronic eavesdropping protection.

    The case studies included in the whitepaper give insight into the breadth of Apogee Renovations services and solutions and the opportunity to deliver significant value for a wide range of building types. Evaluating existing building conditions, establishing clear goals and aligning expectations for renovation will help building and property managers maximize the benefits of window system upgrades, concludes Robbins.

    Apogee Renovation, an initiative of Apogee Enterprises, Inc., provides high-performance glass, aluminum framing and window system solutions to optimize energy efficiency and enhance aesthetics of commercial properties, drawing upon the resources of Apogees business units: Alumicor, EFCO, Harmon, Linetec, Sotawall, Tubelite, Viracon, and Wausau Window and Wall Systems. With these solutions, building owners and developers can reduce energy costs, increase tenant satisfaction and improve the overall value of their buildings. In addition to their updated whitepaper, Apogee Renovation has further resources available on its website at

    About Apogee Enterprises, Inc.Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq: APOG) delivers distinctive solutions for enclosing commercial buildings and framing art. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, we are a leader in architectural products and services, providing architectural glass, aluminum framing systems and installation services for buildings, as well as value-added glass and acrylic for custom picture framing and displays. For more information, visit

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    More than $930k distributed to Arenac and Northern Bay counties. – The Arenac County Independent - December 4, 2019 by admin

    By Mallory Reetz

    ARENAC COUNTY During the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribes semi-annual 2 percent distribution ceremony, a total of $930,881,79 was granted to Arenac and Northern Bay counties. The fall distribution took place Nov. 22 at the Saganing Tribal Center.

    The tribe awarded $651,617.25 to government agencies, and $279,264.54 to education.

    Interim Public Relations Director, Erik Rodriguez who hosted the ceremony, said, between Isabella and Arenac counties, over $3 Million was disbursed this cycle.

    To start off with the disbursements, Arenac county received a total of $338,504.66, with $91,828 of that for the paving of Worth Rd. $40,000 for Arenac trial court facilities improvements, $40,000 to a jail transport vehicle replacement, and $40,000 to geographic information system mapping for Omer, Sterling, Turner, and Twining.

    The remainder of the disbursement will go towards animal control expansion, county building and courthouse window replacement, air unit upgrade in the county building, computer-aided design workstation, the food pantry, and tax collection software.

    The City of Au Gres received a total of $18,583, with a majority of it going towards a comfort station in Harbor Park.

    $52,417,59 was given to the City of Omer for highrise training and equipment, park benches, and resurfacing East Broad St. Last year, they were given funds to resurface West Broad St.

    The City of Pinconning received $66,700 for firefighter personal protection equipment, and for general allocation. $25,000 was given to the City of Standish for playground improvements.

    Deep River Township received $19,500 towards a ballpark fence and a breathing air pack replacement. Lincoln Township got $14,300 for its park and Mason Township received $21,000 for the fire department and road stone.

    Pinconning Township and Sims Township both received $1,000 for general allocation. Moffatt Township was allotted $1,880 for playscape completion and the Village of Twining was funded $17,000 for a fire department cement approach.

    Standish Township was given $7,000 for software updates, cemetery and township hall improvements. Turner Township received $7,500 for parking lot improvements and ceiling fans in the township hall. Whitney Township received $16,000 for a water meter replacement and towards a lead abatement project.

    The three schools that received funds from the distribution are Au Gres-Sims, Pinconning Area, and Standish-Sterling.

    Au Gres-Sims received a total of $74,051 with $20,000 of it going towards one-to-one chromebook technology and 10 other items.

    Pinconning received $94,713.54 with $28,320 going towards its computer lab replacement and the remainder towards 14 other projects.

    Standish-Sterling Schools received $110,500 with a majority of that going towards a high school track.

    During his speech, Standish-Sterling superintendent, Darren Kroczaleski mentioned that he was at a Bay/Arenac superintendent meeting that morning where they received a graph of literacy scores for about 28 school buildings in the area. The top three scores of those 28 schools were Au Gres-Sims, Standish-Sterling, and Pinconning Area. Kroczaleski said they wouldnt be able to do that without this support that provides the students with what they need.

    Tribal Chief Ronald Ekdahl said, This is always a great time and a great opportunity for us to give back to the community. I look forward to continuing to have wonderful partnerships in this area and this community and continuing to give back in a good way.


    Arenac County $338,504.66

    City of Au Gres $18,583

    City of Omer$52,417.59

    City of Pinconning$66,700

    City of Standish$25,000

    Arenac Township $36,000

    Au Gres Township$8,232

    Deep River Township$19,500

    Lincoln Township$14,300

    Mason Township $21,000

    Moffatt Township$1,880

    Pinconning Township$1,000

    Sims Township $1,000

    Standish Township$7,000

    Turner Township $7,500

    Village of Twining$17,000

    Whitney Township$16,000

    Au Gres-Sims $74,051

    Pinconning Area $94,713.54

    Standish-Sterling $110,500

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    iPadOS vs a MacBook Pro in All the Tasks That Really Matter – Gizmodo - December 4, 2019 by admin

    For years now, Apple has been pushing the iPad as a laptop replacement; with the arrival of iPadOS, it might just have a serious shot at getting you to ditch your computer for good (or at least leaving it behind on trips). To test the current state of play, we put an iPad Pro up against a MacBook Pro in five key computing workflows.

    In this case we havent added a mouse to our iPad setup, just a keyboard: Mouse support remains an Accessibility option in iPadOS, so Apple doesnt yet appear to consider it ready for prime time. Essentially, mouse support on iPadOS as it currently stands is designed to let you use a mouse instead of your fingers, rather than providing a proper desktop-level pointing-and-clicking experiencewhich, if that ever arrives, would change some of the observations weve made below.

    This is something an iPad can do well: Slot in a keyboard at the bottom, prop it up like a laptop, and youve got a very capable writing machine in front of you. Get a bit of dust on your keyboard, and it doesnt even matteryou carry on. Even better, all the keyboard shortcuts you know and love are carried over, only you have to work your fingers in a slightly smaller space.

    We were able to write this post in Google Docs on the web thanks to the enhanced support that Safari on iPadOS now has for desktop versions of sites (more on this below). Google will keep pushing you to use the iPadOS app for Google Docs, because it has support for offline editing and better integration with features like Split View and Slide Over, but you get a fuller suite of editing and formatting features in the web app.

    As for other appstheres Microsoft Word for iPadOS, but you have to live without the most advanced and sophisticated features found on Windows or macOS. For most users, thatll be fine: If your word processing needs dont extend to the level of an academic or a professional publisher, youll be okay (and plenty of minimal writing apps are available to help).

    Obviously youre on a smaller screen and a smaller keyboard with an iPad, but in terms of the software differences between iPadOS and macOS, theres not a huge amount of differences anymore. Its here that an iPad makes most sense as a laptop replacementwriting reports, replying to emails, composing letters, and so on.

    As for the new cut, copy and paste three-finger gestures, we dont find them all that usefulusing an attached keyboard is much more straightforward, and app support is spotty anyway. In fact, any kind of text selection with your fingers remains occasionally annoying: Its better than it used to be, for sure, but its not yet the kind of super-intuitive, super-magical experience that Apple seems to think it is.

    This is when the rubber hits the road for a lot of people on iPadOS: Editing images. That might be why Apple has been so eager to trumpet the arrival of Photoshop on the iPad, something that up to this point has been a crushing disappointment. Typing out words on iPadOS is fine, manipulating images less so.

    On a MacBook Pro running macOS, you have two clear advantages when it comes to handling images: More sophisticated software, and finer control over the pixels in front of you, whether youre trying to select the bottom half of a leaf or carefully smudge along the top of someones eyebrow.

    A select number of broad brush functions transfer over to the iPad and iPadOS, but without the precision of a two-button mouse or a trackpad, and without the depth of desktop-level software, youre always going to be limited. There are some fine image editors on iOS and iPadOS, but they only excel in certain areas (filters, brushes, tweaking colors and brightness).

    Plowing through bunches of images to resize and crop themto specific dimensions and aspect ratiosis something were constantly doing on macOS every single day and which just isnt possible on iPadOS at the moment. For this article, all the images were taken on an iPad, then tweaked and resized on a MacBook Pro.

    Our experience here has been the same as everyone else: You can fudge together certain image editing workflows on iPadOS, but it lacks some of the nuts and bolts essentials that power users need to get pictures ready for production. Unless youre sketching with the Apple Pencil or just doing the simplest of tweaks, youre going to go back to your laptop for image editing.

    The main difference with browsing the web on iPadOS to browsing the web on macOS is using your big fat finger (or slightly more svelte Apple Pencil) instead of a mouse. That can make selecting individual links and menus a little more tricky, but on the whole we werent bothered by itmost of the time youre going to be able to get around just fine.

    Were pretty impressed with the desktop-class browsing that Apple now says its been able to engineer inside Safari (so not 100 percent desktop browsing, but a close enough emulation). Most of the sites we tried, from ancient Content Management Systems to places like Feedly and Gizmodo, looked and functioned exactly the same as on a MacBook Pro. Even the desktop version of the Gmail web interface works fine, though its a bit crowded on the smaller display.

    What you dont get, even if you hook up a mouse or a trackpad, is right-click support, or clicking-and-dragging. In some caseslike opening new tabs in the backgrounda long press does the job instead, but once you get beyond the basics then support is more limited. It does slow you down a little when it comes to getting around the web, and when youre dealing with complex web apps.

    Keyboard shortcuts are supported on iPadOS however, so if youve got your trusty Smart Keyboard Folio attached (or a suitable third-party variation), then you can Tab between fields, and navigate through lists with J and K, and close tabs with Cmd+W, and use all the shortcuts you rely on on your laptop.

    There were occasional problemslike something oddly positioned on a page, or pop-ups that open in entire tabsbut on the whole the web browsing experience is already a good one. Like a lot of our experience using iPadOS instead of macOS, its not a complete replacement, but youre going to be fine for most of the time.

    Both iOS and now iPadOS have been growing as fully mature file management systems in recent years, and the Files app was added back in 2017 with iOS 11. At the same time iCloud Drive has been getting more powerful, and easier to access for end-users, and all those improvements come together in Files for iPadOS.

    Its a lot better than it was thenyou can actually save files to your iPadbut its nowhere near the experience you get on the desktop with macOS yet. Selecting multiple files takes longer than it should, drag and drop operations are limited, and you dont get the fine control you do with a keyboard and mouse.

    Files is one of the apps you can now run two instances of in iPadOS, so that means copying files between folders is fairly straightforward. Another plus is the long press option: A mass of options will now show up if you long press on a file or folder, from duplication to markup, showing the versatility of the Files app these days.

    Theres no doubt that being able to plug in external drives and USB sticks really moves the iPad forward as a device that you might take out instead of your laptop more often than not. You can do just about everything you need to in terms of file management, it just takes longer and is less intuitive than on macOS.

    Ultimately if youve got some serious digital filing to do then youre going to choose your MacBook Pro if youve got the choice, if only for the ability to select 300 files and move them to the Trash in the time it takes your mouse to move an inch.

    Finally, weve been revisiting the Slide Over and Split View options in iPadOS, and the other multitasking features (like the Dock) that make it a bit easier to jump from app to app. As weve said, you can now run multiple instances of the same app on iPadOSbut this is limited to a certain number of Apple apps for now.

    Split View undoubtedly makes a huge difference: Two apps! Side by side! Of course it does make the screen rather cramped, but if youre writing up notes, or referring to an email, or checking Twitter and Facebook at the same time, then its very handy (maybe even more so than on macOS, because the windows just lock into position).

    Slide Overwhich floats a little iPhone-style window on top of your main displayseems less useful to us, but your mileage may vary. Admittedly it is good for checking apps like Mail, Slack, Twitter, Messages or whatever while youre busy working on something else. Most of the time though it just feels like its getting in the way.

    You can actually Cmd+Tab between apps if youve got a keyboard attached to your iPad, which definitely helps from a productivity perspective, and the app switcher than appears when you swipe up and hold from the bottom of the display is well thought out too. In fact wed say the iPad wins in terms of jumping easily from app to app.

    At times it feels like Apple wants to present the iPad as the future of computing or whatevers after computing, but its not going to want to ditch its MacBooks any time soonand the way that iPadOS is right now, its in no danger of having to do that. The OS makes iPads better than ever at doing a variety of jobs on the go, but that extra screen real estate, the sophistication of top-end desktop software, and the precision of a mouse (or trackpad) and keyboard mean professional users are only going to make one choice.

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    If You’d furthermore very successfully be Collected The utter of Windows 7, You Need This Security Replace – CONewsIndustry - December 4, 2019 by admin

    Image: ShutterstockHackers are using BlueKeep to break into Windows computers and install a cryptocurrency miner. The vulnerability only impacts systems that are running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2008. If youre running one of those three versions of Windows you should download and install a patch from Microsoft to correct the

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    Replacement Windows | Window World of Connecticut - October 21, 2019 by admin

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    Window World of Baltimore – Replacement Windows Baltimore - October 14, 2019 by admin

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    We know that you have many options when it comes to buying, installing, and replacing windows and doors for your home, office or building. Choosing a window type, brand, or style can be an overwhelming and often time consuming process, but it doesnt have to be! Whether you are building a custom waterfront home, replacing historic windows, or need custom windows and doors for a major commercial project, Quality Window & Door will deliver unparalleled service and top-quality products.

    If you live in the Maryland, Washington, DC, or Northern Virginia area, call our office today or visit one of our local showrooms. Our window experts will listen to your needs and provide you with an educational buying experience because the more you know about windows and doors, the more likely you will be to buy from Quality Window & Door.

    One of our top priorities is to help you select the window and door products, while ensuring your experience is pleasant and seamless. When you choose Quality Window & Door, you have chosen to work with a passionate and dedicated team of experts who will exceed your expectations throughout the entire process. Our company prides itself on the abilities, expertise, ethics, and high level of commitment embraced by every team member. At Quality Window & Door, we represent your best interest and strive to provide the highest level of customer service available.

    Our vision began with the companys owner and President, Bob Neidig, who founded Quality Window & Door on the idea that every customer should love the finished product for years to come. The desire to consistently deliver an unparalleled customer experience is the foundation of our company, and we look forward to extending our award-winning services to every customer we meet and work with. We want to be your single source THE authority for windows and doors in the Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia area.

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