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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 Best Home Improvement Projects for Fall

With fall on the way, you might be wondering how you can get your home ready for the incoming cooler months. The good news is fall is the ideal time to get on top of almost all home improvement projects: the weather is lovely (no more summer heat waves) and you are likely to be in a good mindset after a fun summer...

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Insulation FAQ: How Much Should I Pay For Insulation?

With half the year already gone, we hope you have been making it through your home improvement to-do list. If not – do not worry, there is still time! If you are thinking about what needs doing and what needs to be prioritised now, if new or replacement insulation is on your list, we would suggest making it a top...

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Insulation FAQ: Should I DIY Insulation or Hire a Professional?

We all know someone who fancies themselves a great handyman (almost all fathers, right?) And with Father’s Day coming up on Sunday June 19, we thought we would answer one of the most frequently asked questions we get at Windows on Washington: should I DIY insulation or should I hire a professional? 

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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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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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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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Insulation FAQ: What is the Best Insulation for Virginia?

Ever wondered what the ideal home improvement project is? The one thing that will provide better comfort and lower your bills? Look no further than insulation. Insulation is quite an underrated home improvement project, but it is a vital component of a comfortable and energy efficient home.  Insulation essentially...

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Insulation FAQ: What is the Best Type of Insulation for Maryland?

Is adding insulation to your home on your 2022 list of home improvements? If so, we have just the article for you. As you may be aware, insulation is a material that acts as a barrier to heat loss and heat gain. When used in the home, insulation is most commonly found in roofs, ceilings, walls and floors. Insulation...

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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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A Short Guide to Saving on Heating Costs

Did you know a typical US household spends more than $2,000 per year on energy bills? In fact, research conducted by the Department of Energy revealed that heating and cooling make up 51% of total energy use. This means that heating and cooling is the largest energy expense for most US homes. Yet as utility prices...

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