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See our most recent blog post about home improvement, replacement window, roofing, siding, insulation and air sealing solutions at Windows on Washington below.

I Live in Maryland: Can Insulation Help Lower My Energy Bill?

Looking to lower your energy bill as you begin to spend more at home? COVID-19 has upended our entire lives, but we cannot ignore that we are lucky we have a roof over our heads to keep us well and safe during this turbulent time. However, as we’ll be spending more time at home, as the warm weather begins to take...

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Replacement Windows: Should You Choose a Pocket Sill or Sloped Sill?

With the warmer months just around the corner, now is a good idea to take stock of the windows in your house and make sure they are functioning at their peak. We have published an article on when it is time to replace your windows, which you can read here. And, if you find your windows do in fact need replacing,...

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5 Important Questions to Ask a Home Improvement Contractor Before Signing

While our current way of living looks vastly different to what we are used to, it is still business as usual at Windows on Washington. However, we have of course implemented some stringent safety measures and are fully committed to following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to help combat...

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Insulation Simplified Part One: Foam Insulation vs Blanket Insulation

There is no denying we are living in new times and need to change our behavior as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across the globe. You will have read how we are continuing to work with our clients to ensure they can achieve their dream homes, while ensuring the health and safety of all (if you have not read it yet,...

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How A New Roof Can Actually Help Save You Money

Did you know 75 percent of all homes in the United States have air conditioners? Or that air conditioners use roughly six percent of all electricity produced in the US, at an annual cost of $29 billion to homeowners? That is certainly a significant sum. Not only that, but around 117 million metric tons of carbon...

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