Blaine Window Repair Service Inc

Blaine Window Repair Service Inc
Blaine Window Repair Service Inc is listed in the Windshield Repair category in Silver Spring, Maryland. Displayed below is the only current social network for Blaine Window Repair Service Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Blaine Window Repair Service Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Blaine Window Repair Service Inc offers Windshield Repair services in Silver Spring MD.

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Maryland Performance Center would like to take a minute to thank every one of our Real Street Class sponsors and the individuals who have made this years' season possible. First off, we extend special thanks to our title sponsor for the 2016 season, World Products Inc. In 2015, Dick Boyer and World Products came to us interested in branching out with more exposure into the drag racing market as an associate sponsor, and this year stepped up their game taking over the title sponsor role. This year we also had several other major manufacturers on board whom we want to thank: ATI Performance Products, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Vibrant Performance, AFCO Racing, Star Machine Vacuum Pumps, SCAT Crankshafts, Nitrous Pro-Flow and VP Fuels. Having all these world-renowned major manufacturers supporting our 5-state wide area drag racing series has been an incredible privilege for us. The next list of sponsors need a lot of thanks too, as most of them are not only sponsors for the class, but are racers in the class as well. Without the local support of these guys, Real Street would not have gotten off the ground years ago and continue to grow as it has over the last 5 years. So we want to give a big thanks to Custom Towing and Auto Repair Inc, Digging and Rigging Inc, JT's Collision Repair, Holler Contracting, JE Williamson Custom Carpentry, Right-A-Way Powder Coating, Fourcade Transmissions, HFR Fabrication, Blaine Window Repair, DGR Performance, Frederick Line-X, Justin Bowmaker Financial Planning, MTM Plumbing Works, EB3 Motorsports, BNL Inc, Rolling Smoke BBQ, 187 Graphix, and Ultimate Stitch LLC. And finally-but certainly not least-we want to thank the entire Mason Dixon Dragway family and team for giving us the best facility and track crew, bar none, to be able to host this series year after year. With out them NONE of us would have this place to spend Saturday nights doing what we love. Thanks again to all our 2016 MPC Real Street sponsors and we are all looking forward to what the 2017 season will bring for new cars, combo and competition.

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Homeowners should consider these short- and long-term solutions to help conserve energy this summer: •Letting the sun shine through a home's windows may make it bright and cheerful, but it also means a home's air conditioner must work harder to cool the inside air heated by the sun. •Consider replacing old windows with ENERGY STAR®-qualified windows, which can reduce heat gain in the summer. Some local utilities even offer rebates or other incentives for window replacement. •If replacing a home's windows is not an option, consider installing white window shades, drapes or blinds to reflect heat away from the house. •Close curtains on the south- and west-facing windows during the day. •Install awnings on south- and west-facing windows to shade the house from the afternoon sun. •On hot days when the air conditioner isn't running, consider venting double hung windows from the top to allow the hottest air near the ceiling to vent to the outside first.