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The Best Home Improvement Projects To Tackle This Winter

A typical Winter’s day might involve being snuggled up in comfy clothes or a blanket and sipping hot chocolate or mulled wine. While these are great ways to pass the time, why not try something that is guaranteed to chase the winter blues away? We are talking about a home improvement projects that will make your...

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5 Creative Window and Door Decoration Ideas For Halloween

It’s that time of the year again, the time to deck the halls with…fear and terror. That’s right, trick or treaters are just around the corner and you need to be prepared to greet them properly. To make your home stand out with some creative Halloween decorations for your windows and doors here are some ideas:

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Windows, Doors, and Siding: Which Home Improvement Projects Have The Greatest Return On Investment?

 

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Why Windows on Washington Ranked Among The Nation’s Best

Windows on Washington has been listed as one of America’s best door and window dealers by DWM Magazine. The exclusive list ranks window and door businesses based on size and annual turnover, listing the nation’s top 147 installers, with WoW coming in at 136. The list was published in a recent edition of DWM...

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How Windows, Doors And Roofs Can Help You Save On Taxes

US homeowners are being offered tax breaks to make energy efficient improvements to their homes with the IRS officially extending the non-business energy property credit through to December 31, 2016.

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How To Replace Windows and Doors Due To Wet Rot In The Timber

Wet rot is one of the most common structural headaches faced by American homeowners. Often developing in secret behind wall cavities and internal structures, wet rot is wood decay caused by excessive and prolonged exposure to moisture. The water creates fungal spores that attack timber and in its worst cases can...

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Windows on Washington Earns 2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award

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Learn About Windows on Washington's Warranty

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Preparing Your Home and Roof For a Winter Storm

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10 Reasons Why Windows on Washington is the Best in Home Improvement

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