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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.

8 Signs Your Insulation Needs to be Replaced or is Past Its Serviceable Life

Your home insulation is one of the most important parts of your home, so when it is past its serviceable life and needs to be replaced, it is important you get on top of it as soon as possible. However, it can be difficult to know when your insulation needs to be replaced and can no longer just be repaired. There...

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A Guide to Understanding the Benefits of Loose Fill Insulation 

Are you thinking about your next home improvement project? Why not consider one that will make your home extra comfortable, more energy-efficient and better for the environment? Insulation is an often underrated home improvement project, but it certainly should not be. There are countless benefits to insulation,...

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6 Important Questions About Blanket Insulation Answered

Spring is in the air and the cooler weather is starting to become a thing of the past. As you know, Spring is the ultimate time to start working on your home improvements to make it a more beautiful and enjoyable place to live. Insulation is often an overlooked home improvement, but at Windows on Washington, we do...

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All You Need to Know About Foam Insulation for Your Home 

With Spring just around the corner, making sure your home has the right kind of  insulation is vital. Not only can your home’s insulation save you money on your monthly energy bills, but it can also reduce your carbon footprint. However, there are numerous types of insulation to choose from, so how do you know...

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Curious About Why Your Insulation is Black? This May Be Why

If you are a long-time Windows on Washington reader, you will know we talk a lot about insulation. Why? Because good insulation is perhaps one of the most important components of an energy-efficient and comfortable home. As a quick recap, insulation works to inhibit the transfer of heat. In the winter, it prevents...

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A Year in Review: WoW is Ready for a Fresh Start

 Honestly, if there was ever a year we are happy to put behind us, it is 2020. It has been one of unprecedented change – to the way we live, work and play. COVID-19 has ensured 2020 has been one of the most unstable, and quite frankly terrifying years in modern history. However, WoW is thankful and fortunate to have...

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Why WoW is Thankful this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is going to look quite different for most of us this year. In fact, this whole year has looked and felt different for the entire world. The pandemic has been nothing short of horrifying, and when you throw in a US Presidential election, economic uncertainty, natural disasters, and top it off with...

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How Insulation Will Help You Save On Heating Costs

As the weather starts to get cooler again, you may be wondering how to keep your home comfortable, without increasing your heating costs. The reality is, over the last 10 years, residential electricity bills in the United States have increased by nearly 15 per cent. Add to the statistics that show heating and...

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Loose Fill Insulation: Should I Choose Cellulose or Fiberglass?

If you have started planning an air sealing or insulation project, it is likely you have heard countless different opinions on loose fill insulation and which is best between fiberglass and cellulose. It is important to be aware of the fact that many contractors out there will tout the benefits of the materials...

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Insulation Simplified Part Two: Rigid Vs Loose Fill Insulation

Welcome to part two of insulation simplified. You can read part one here. As we mentioned in part one of Insulation Simplified, home insulation requires careful consideration. Why? Because the right insulation will ensure your home is both comfortable and energy efficient, especially as Covid-19 self isolation...

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