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Updated: 11/20/2012 08:00:02AM

The Window Man covers
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HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

An installer for The Window Man, Tony Ascolillo, replaces one of all windows for added hurricane safety in a recently purchased Port Charlotte home.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

An installer for The Window Man, Tony Ascolillo, replaces one of all windows for added hurricane safety in a recently purchased Port Charlotte home.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

An installer for The Window Man, Tony Ascolillo, replaces one of all windows for added hurricane safety in a recently purchased Port Charlotte home.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

Dick and Jean Fischer are at The Window Man where owner Randall Maitland and his wife, Sherill, inform them about the building permits they need before installing new windows. This is no worry for the home owners, however, because all permits are obtained by The Window Man.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

Dick and Jean Fischer are at The Window Man where owner Randall Maitland and his wife, Sherill, inform them about the building permits they need before installing new windows. This is no worry for the home owners, however, because all permits are obtained by The Window Man.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

While Justin Maitland prepares invoices, Tony Ascolillo replaces a screen at The Window Man, 4425 Tamiami Trail, on the north-west corner of U.S. 41 and Edgewater Drive.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

While Justin Maitland prepares invoices, Tony Ascolillo replaces a screen at The Window Man, 4425 Tamiami Trail, on the north-west corner of U.S. 41 and Edgewater Drive.

HERALD PHOTO BY LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

Randall Maitland, better Known as “The Window Man,” and his wife, Sherill, are the second generation to provide everything for windows — screens, hurricane shutters, tinting and more. The Window Man is at 4425 Tamiami Trail, in Charlotte Harbor.

By LILIANE PARBOT-JOHNSON

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There is more to getting new windows than getting them replaced — permits are needed from the Charlotte County Building Department.

“Permits are required if you replace more than 25 percent of the glass in the house,” said Randall Maitland, owner of The Window Man,” at 4425 Tamiami Trail, in Charlotte Harbor. It is next to La France Cleaners on the north-west corner of U.S. 41 and Edgewater Road.

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