Monday, December 8, 2008

Vinyl Shutters

I love decorating for Christmas. The outside of our apartment looks very festive, with lights hung along the porch and on my wishing well. When the decorations come down, it will look boring again. I wish the landlord would invest in some vinyl shutters for the windows. Right now they could get a 40 year manufacturers limited warranty against fading, cracking and peeling, as well as free shipping if they spend more than $225, when they order from Larson's ExteriorShutterSource.com.

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