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Aluminum Vs Vinyl Siding: Which is Best for Homes in Virginia?

If you're in the market for new siding for your Virginia home, you might be wondering which material to choose: aluminum or vinyl. While both options have their pros and cons, ultimately the choice comes down to your specific needs and preferences.

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When is the Best Time to Replace Your Roof Deck in Virginia?

If you've come across the article, you're probably wondering when the best time is to replace your roof deck when you live in Virginia. It’s actually a question I get asked a lot, and the answer is not as straightforward as you might think. The best time to replace your roof deck depends on various factors, including...

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Why is My Siding Wavy and Uneven? (How to Fix it & Avoid it)

If you've ever walked by your house and noticed that your siding is not lying flat, or has a wavy appearance, you may wonder what's going on. Wavy and uneven siding isn’t uncommon, but it’s definitely not something you want to see happening. It’s mostly an occurrence that happens with vinyl siding thanks to its...

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In-Home Vs Virtual Project Consultations: The Pros & Cons

Are you wondering whether to schedule an in-home or virtual consultation for your next home improvement project? Virtual consultations have risen in popularity since the start of the Covid pandemic, but with life back to pretty much normal, virtual consultations have stuck around. 

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Siding FAQ: What is the Best Siding for Virginia?

Siding is one of those home improvement projects that offer the trifecta: enhanced value, better energy efficiency and greater curb appeal. What more could you want from a home improvement project? The reality is, siding is a commonly overlooked project – but here at Windows on Washington, we certainly believe it...

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Looking Back on 2021: WoW’s Year in Review

Well, what a wild year 2021 was. We all know 2020 was a year of unprecedented change and uncertainty – and 2021 was supposed to be a fresh start. And while the world slowly returned to a post-Covid normal, there were plenty of curveballs thrown into the mix. As such, we learned to adapt and once again make it through...

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7 Questions to Ask a Siding Contractor Before Signing

Looking to update or replace your siding? Replacing your home’s siding is one of the best home improvement projects you can undertake. Not only does it protect the exterior of your home, but it also adds value and aesthetic appeal. However, new siding is a significant investment, so finding a quality siding contractor...

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A Stress-Free Guide To Managing Your Home Improvements in Time for The Holidays

Every year we say the same thing: “Where does the time go? How are we already at the end of the year?” Time certainly does fly but we are not complaining – the end of the year means one thing: the holiday season is upon us! From get-togethers with friends, to spending more time at home with the family, the holiday...

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Don't Fall For These Home Improvement Contractor Sales Tricks

When it comes to finding the right home improvement contractor, there are several things to take into consideration. How long have they been in business? Are they local? Do they have stellar references from previous clients? And do they have the necessary qualifications and experience to carry out the work? However,...

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5 Ways You Can Tell You Have A Quality Home Improvement Contractor

When improving your home, the most important thing you can do is find a quality home improvement contractor you can trust. After all, you are inviting someone you do not know into your home to make substantial, and then paying them money – often a decent amount – once the job is finished. You need to be sure this...

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