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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.

The 5 Do's and 5 Don’ts of Replacing Your Roof

No ‘ifs’ or ‘buts’, a roof replacement  is one of the biggest home improvement projects you can undertake. However, this certainly should not deter you from replacing your roof - especially if it is showing signs of damage! Even if your roof is in relatively good working condition, sometimes age and other factors...

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The Best Siding to Lower Heating Costs If You Live in Maryland or Virginia

If you own a home in Maryland or Virginia, you may be wondering what the best siding is for you. Different types of siding offer different benefits, and there are quite a few factors you need to take into account when it comes to choosing the best siding for your needs. Factors such as price, durability, look and...

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WoW Earns 2019 Angie's List Super Service Award - For the 10th Consecutive Year

What better way to kick start 2020 than with the news that Windows on Washington has received a 2019 Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA)! Better still - it is our 10th consecutive SSA. In case you do not know, this particular award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and...

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How Much Should A Replacement Window Cost in 2020?

New decade, new windows - that is how the saying goes, right? OK, perhaps not, but if a whole new decade is not the perfect time to refresh and update the windows in your home, then when is? If you are considering replacing your windows this year, you are probably nervous about the cost. Most clients believe a ...

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When is the Best Time to Schedule A Home Improvement Project?

Are you wondering when is the best time to schedule your home improvement project? We hear this a lot and our response is: “Any time is a good time to schedule a home improvement project, as long as you are willing and ready to commit.” The truth is, a home improvement project is not something that should be...

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Is Loose Fill Insulation Right for Your Home in Maryland or Virginia?

As we prepare for the new year, there is no doubt you have countless to-do items to check off around the home. Whether it is a small task like decluttering the attic (or a big task depending how much you have in there!), or a bigger project like updating your siding or  replacing your windows, all home improvement...

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Home Improvement Resolutions for 2020

New year, new you...or so the saying goes!  Every 12 months when we enter a new year, it is common for most people to make a New Years’ resolution – or sometimes even a few resolutions! From exercising more to doing things that bring you more joy, there are countless ways to ring in a new and more positive year....

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WoW’s 2019: A Year in Review (And What a Year it’s Been!)

As 2019 draws to a close and we enter a new year (and a new decade!), the team at Windows on Washington would like to take this opportunity to review the last 12 months and revisit some of your favorite articles from the year. It has been a truly wonderful year for us and we have you – our customers and WoW...

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Remodeling Impact Report: The Most Popular Door & Window Projects in the US

 

Americans spend $400 billion annually on remodelling their homes, with homeowners redesigning and restructuring their homes for a number of different reasons. Whether it be for aesthetics, energy efficiency or simply because you are seeking a fresh change, there are many home improvement projects  you can...

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3 Steps to Help You Prolong the Life of Your Roof

 

There is no denying a new roof  is one of the most important components of your home, however, it can also be one of the most expensive. The reality is if your roof is not working at its peak, the rest of your home will suffer too. The good news is a roof in most cases is a one-off purchase. If you choose the...

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