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Insulation FAQ: What is Fiberglass Loose Fill Insulation?

Insulation is one of the most important facets of an energy-efficient and comfortable home. As such, it is vital you ensure you choose the right insulation. Every home improvement contractor and their dog will have a different opinion on the best type of insulation, but the truth is, what is best is subjective (and...

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Replacement Window FAQ: What Are the Pros and Cons of Fibreglass Windows?

Welcome to another Windows on Washington FAQ guide. Today we are answering one of our most commonly asked questions: what are the pros and cons of fiberglass windows?

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Roofing FAQ: Should I Repair or Replace My Roof?

Deciding whether to repair or replace your roof is a simple enough decision once you know the tell-tale signs of a roof that is past its prime. It is true that many homeowners believe the lack of any active or visible leaks means their roof is ‘good enough’. While this is a fair enough assumption, it is not always the...

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Siding FAQ: How Much Should I Spend on Siding?

If upgrading your siding is on your home improvement to-do list this year, you might be wondering how much it is going to set you back. Siding is an excellent home improvement project, not only increasing the curb appeal and value of your home but also enhancing its energy efficiency. Read this article to learn about...

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Insulation FAQ: What is Cellulose Loose Fill Insulation?

Is your home leaking air? Is it not as well insulated as it could be? If so, it is time to start considering adding some loose fill insulation  to your home. The reality is there are countless different types of insulation to choose from, so it can be hard to know which one is right for you. Most home improvement...

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Replacement Window FAQ: What are the Pros and Cons of Wood Windows?

If it is time to replace your windows, one of the most important considerations is the frame material you choose. Each type of frame comes with its own pros and cons, and whether you want to lower your heating and cooling costs or upgrade your home’s appearance, there are many choices available to you. However, with...

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Siding FAQ: Which Siding is Best for Increasing Energy Efficiency?

If you are currently researching what type of replacement siding you need, you are likely thinking about the style, color and aesthetics of your siding. And while aesthetics are indeed important, what holds greater importance is how energy efficient the siding is. 

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The Best Home Improvement Projects For Spring

It is the most wonderful time of the year (no, not Christmas), but rather the start of spring. The air is warmer, the flowers are in bloom and there is a sense of new beginnings. Spring, of course, also heralds in the season of home improvements (it is not called a Spring clean for nothing!). This new season is the...

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Insulation FAQ: What is Loose Fill Insulation?

Is it time to upgrade or add new insulation to your home? Insulation is one of the most important factors in an energy-efficient and comfortable home. At its core, insulation is a material that acts as a barrier to heat loss and heat gain. In a home, insulation is most commonly used in roofs, ceilings, walls and...

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Replacement Window FAQ: What are the Pros and Cons of Vinyl Windows?

Two months of the year have come and gone in a flash, and if you are anything like us, you are probably wondering where the time went.  If you have several home improvement tasks on your 2022 to-do list and are yet to tick them off, do not worry. There is still time! Perhaps this year you are looking into replacing...

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