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Tis the season for Jack Frost...

Tis the season for Jack Frost to be nipping at your nose, and that is to be expected when you are outside. However, Jack can make his way in to your home through the windows you thought were keeping him out.  As a matter of fact, in addition to letting the cold in, you could also be letting the heat out, which is costing you money!  Is time to replace your windows? Read below and see!   You spend time in… View More

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5 Reasons To Replace Your Windows NOW

Listen up Arkansas! Sure, new home products look nice, but there are more benefits to replacing your windows than you might think. Especially as the weather changes, new windows are the update you should be looking into. Here are just five reasons you should call Wilson's Home Improvement and schedule a FREE estimate for window replacement right now. SAVE ON YOUR ENERGY… View More

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Wilson's Windows 101 - Learn the basics

Types of Windows They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul. If that’s the truth, then windows must be the expressive “eyes” that add character and personality to your home. There are several different types and grades of windows. Windows are built in a variety of styles to fit the style of your home. Casement, sliders, raisers, picture, arch windows and many other shapes will… View More

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Windows - It's what's on the inside that counts

In today’s world, we need to take a look beyond just the aesthetics of your new windows. Wilson’s Home Improvement wants to continue to make the process of finding replacement windows easier on Arkansas home owners. In addition to choosing a frame type, you will need to consider what type of glazing or glass you should use to improve your home's energy efficiency. Based on various window design factors such as window orientation, climate,… View More

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It's all about the vinyl!

Arkansas home owners used to see vinyl-framed windows as cheap and unflattering. Advancements, however, have not only made vinyl frames more aesthetic, but more energy efficient than wood or aluminum. Plenty of inexpensive and physically inferior window frames are on the market, so you should pay attention to a variety of factors. Wilson’s Home Improvement wants Arkansans to be sure they get the best possible replacement window for their… View More

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How to Read Energy-Efficient Window Labels

Energy-Efficient windows are an excellent choice for Arkansas home owners and one of the top reasons homeowners choose to replace windows. What is the best way to choose replacement windows for homes and offices?  Windows may appear passive, but in reality they are always performing. They affect the flow of heat in and out of your home, as well as the amount of natural light, and this influences how much electricity you need to use to… View More

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Exterior Cladding: Strength vs Weaknesses

When considering an exterior update to your home, it is important to weigh all your options. Below, we compare 3 popular types of exterior cladding.  Vinyl siding, composed of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), is an affordable, long-lasting and virtually maintenance-free cladding choice for any home’s exterior. Vinyl siding is offered in many styles, textures and colors, including many with the look and feel of real… View More

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Replacement Window ROI

Arkansas homeowners are being misinformed about how much money they can save on their energy expenses when they have new windows installed. So many contractors go on and on about how much money their window will save you in energy cost and will throw out some very incredible percentage just trying to close the deal. The truth is, most homeowners aren’t told that there are MANY factors that contribute to how much they will save on their… View More

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Spring Home Upgrades

Alright Arkansas homeowners, it may not feel like it, but spring is almost here, and that means it’s time to spruce up the outside of your home. If you’ve been putting off that remodeling project for longer than you care to remember, now is the perfect time to get it done so your summer can be spent making memories! Here are a few home projects to get done during the… View More

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Historical Homes - Window Replacement

Owners of historic homes know both the joys and the complications of living in an older home. They enjoy the wonderful character and details of a beautiful historic home, but upkeep and improvements can be quite a challenge – especially when it comes to replacing windows. Over the course of time, older windows can wear down and as a result, energy bills skyrocket and they even place homeowners at risk with malfunctioning locks or opening… View More

areas of service

  • Alexander
  • Arkadelphia
  • Augusta
  • Austin
  • Batesville
  • Beebe
  • Benton
  • Bonneville
  • Bryant
  • Cabot
  • Camden
  • Carlisle
  • Clinton
  • Conway
  • Damascus
  • Danville
  • Dover
  • Dumas
  • ElDorado
  • Eudora
  • Fairfield Bay
  • Fordyce
  • Fort Smith
  • Greenbrier
  • Hamburg
  • Haskell
  • Heber Springs
  • Hope
  • Hot Springs
  • Hot Springs Village
  • Jacksonville
  • Lake Village
  • Little Rock
  • Lonoke
  • Lonsdale
  • Mabelvale
  • Magnet Cove
  • Malvern
  • Maumelle
  • Mayflower
  • McCrory
  • McGehee
  • Morrilton
  • Mount Ida
  • North Little Rock
  • Pine Bluff
  • Plumerville
  • Poplar Grove
  • Pottsville
  • Quitman
  • Redfield
  • Rison
  • Rosebud
  • Royal
  • Russellville
  • Searcy
  • Sheridan
  • Sherwood
  • Star City
  • Stuttgart
  • Thornton
  • Van Buren
  • Vilonia
  • Ward
  • Whitehall

surrounding areas

We service the entire state of Arkansas with the Exception of Benton, Carroll, Washington and Madison Counties in extreme NWA and Randolph, Clay, Lawrence, Greene, Craighead, Mississippi and Poinsett Counties in extreme NEA.

Wilson's Home Improvement has a reputation for excellent customer service all over Arkansas. Our estimators and installers are strategically placed throughout the state to insure that if you want Wilson's Home Improvement, you've got us! (With the exception of a handful of counties in extreme NWA and extreme NEA.)