It’s A Beautiful World with Glass Replacement and Screen Repairs
June 12, 2017
Glass and glassmaking technology have only been improved upon for the last 150 years, and now we can complete glass replacement projects in whatever size we want. It might surprise you that Hagen Glass and window services can help you with repairing and replacing just about any glass you have.
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Horton Automatics is the leader in automatic doors
March 1, 2017
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Minnkota’s Euro Window Looks and Functions Beyond Expectations
December 6, 2016
Windows serve a clear purpose: you want to see outside, but you don’t want what is outside coming inside. Recently, one of Hagen Glass Windows & Siding suppliers was put to an extreme test and, we’re happy to say, passed with flying colors.
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Black Hills Energy Project Presented Commercial Glass Challenges for Hagen Glass
December 6, 2016
Black Hills Energy the parent company of Black Hills Power, has taken on a major corporate headquarters expansion project in Rapid City. If you haven’t seen the project, it’s in full swing on the corner of Catron Boulevard and Highway 16. It’s a big project – estimated at $70 million on 31 acres - that will result in new jobs in the community and an expanded customer base for BH Power.
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Bathroom remodels and Home Bathroom Remodeling is Easy with Hagen Glass
November 2, 2016
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Fountain Springs Healthcare Commercial Window Installation
September 30, 2016
We recently finished a project at Fountain Springs Healthcare. Fountain Springs Healthcare wanted a clear, high-performance, insulated glass. Fountain Springs Healthcare wanted the glass to be clear so the patients at Fountain Springs Healthcare could view the lush Black Hills scenery. At Hagen Glass, we were challenged with providing a unique look and style to Fountain Springs Healthcare while providing the superior quality that we’re known for. The results speak for themselves.
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No Window Replacements This Year? Winterize your Home and Save Money
August 26, 2016
As summer winds down, the temperatures become a little more tolerable and it truly begins to feel like fall. With cooler temperatures comes the need to protect your home from the elements and keep your home running as energy efficiently as possible. If you didn’t have a chance to get new, energy efficient window replacements by the qualified and friendly staff at Hagen Glass this past summer, don’t worry! We’ve got energy-saving tips to winterize your home and help keep the warm air in and the cool air outside.
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Prepare your home for winter weather
November 23, 2015
We’ve been lucky and had a very mild fall this year in South Dakota, but with our first dusting of snow recently, it’s time to start preparing your home for the winter months. Hagen Glass can help you keep the cold out with winterization tips. If weren’t able to install new siding or windows this spring or summer, both of which can reduce heating costs significantly, there are still things you can do to keep your home warm and inviting this winter.
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Join us for the 2015 $10,000 Home Makeover Giveaway!
October 16, 2015
Hagen Glass is gearing up for our annual $10,000 home makeover give away! Join us at our Rapid City showroom for our Annual HAGEN Open House and Home Makeover Giveaway event on November 7, 2015. This fun-filled celebration allows us to showcase some of the exciting projects that we have completed during the past year as well as thank all of our loyal customers for the patronage. One lucky attendee will be going home the winner as we draw for our annual $10,000 HAGEN Home Makeover Giveaway!
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Home winterization tips to keep cold air out and warm air in
September 25, 2015
Winter is quickly approaching and winters in South Dakota can be exceptionally harsh. If your home is not properly winterized, you could be wasting anywhere from 5 to 30% of energy just by letting cold air in and warm air out. Here are a few tips to help keep your home sealed off this year from the harsh winter temperatures and keeping the warm air in.
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