Woodland Windows and Doors Blog

This is where we will post relevant articles, information, and how-to’s related to all things windows and doors. Check back often for updates and new information!
Marvin Sliding French Doors

2021 Trends in Windows & Doors

Far and away the biggest contributor to 2021 window and door trends is the pandemic. For many of us, our lifestyles significantly changed in 2020, prompting homeowners to renovate to accommodate these changes. With more people working from home, children learning at home and families staying home, three window and door remodeling trends emerge to r…

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Marvin Hinged Patio Doors in White

Door Security with Impact Glass and Locking Systems

We love glass doors and door manufacturers are offering taller, wider and studier glass doors every year. Glass doors provide light, views and frankly, transparency to see who’s at our door. If you’re mulling over whether to replace your entry door with a glass door, a solid door with sidelites or upgrade your sliding patio doors this b…

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Ashley at Freedom Summit

Freedom Summit

FREEDOM SUMMIT, October 31, 2020 – Woodland Window and Doors participated again this year in Salem Media Network’s Freedom Summit in support of local leaders and the community. Held this year on Halloween weekend, Woodland made it a family affair. Attended by over 800 people Salem Media Network had a successful event and Woodland was glad to be a p…

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Marvin Single Hung Window Installation

Are Double Hung Windows Better Than Single Hung?

If you find yourself stumped by that question, you’re not alone. Given that the most common window types are single-hung and double-hung we’re all familiar with the look but may not have even known there were two types. From a distance the two styles can look the same.

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Marvin Elevate Casement Windows in Black

Farmhouse Black Windows from Marvin, Andersen, and More

Black windows are a natural fit for a Farmhouse style home, so it’s no wonder we’re noticing the trend with so many beautiful examples in our neighborhoods. Black windows work with the typical warm or cool neutrals like cream, beige, silver sage and grey interior colors. They complement the minimalist style and are stunning in contrast with the typical white board and batten exterior siding.

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