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Should I Paint My Brick Home? The Pros & Cons of Painting Brick

If you're considering giving your brick home a fresh new look, you may be wondering if painting it is the right choice. While it's true that painting brick can give your home a completely new aesthetic, it's important to weigh the pros and cons before making a decision. In this blog post, I’ll be taking a closer look...

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What is Window Condensation & How Can You Avoid It?

Do you ever find yourself wiping away droplets of water from your windows, especially during the cooler months? Wondering why it’s happening and how to avoid it? You're not alone! Many homeowners in Maryland and Virginia have experienced the wrath of window condensation, and it can certainly be a pesky issue to deal...

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Replacement Window FAQ: Should I Replace or Repair a Broken Seal?

If your window has a broken seal, it can be tempting to put a quick band-aid fix over it rather than going through the process of replacing your window. It is human nature to want to take the fastest, easiest and often least costly route – but is it the right thing to do? Sometimes, a repair is the right solution, for...

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8 Scary Halloween Decorations for Your Windows & Doors 

If Halloween has sprung up on you like a spooky monster and you are yet to get your window and door decorations in check, do not worry – we have you covered. At Windows on Washington, we of course love all things about windows and doors (and home improvement in general), so it is safe to say Halloween is also one of...

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Replacement Window FAQ: How to Prevent Condensation on Windows

Window condensation is one of those pesky problems we have all experienced in our homes. Condensation is completely normal and occurs when warm, moist air meets surfaces that are cooler than its dew point temperature. In simple terms, it is the transition of water vapor in the air into liquid, and it forms on your...

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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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Replacement Window FAQ: How to Prepare for Your Installation 

The time has come to replace your windows. You have found the perfect window and the best window replacement contractor for the job. The hardest part of it all is finally over - it is almost all out of your hands, except now you have to prepare for the installation of your new windows. Do not worry, it is not hard,...

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Replacement Window FAQ: What Are the Most Energy Efficient Windows?

When researching the best replacement window, there are several important considerations. From style to material, there is no one-size-fits all for beautiful replacement windows. However, one element all homeowners should be considering is how energy-efficient their chosen replacement windows are. 

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Replacement Window FAQ: Pocket Sill vs Sloped Sill Window - Which is Best? 

One of the biggest decisions when replacing your windows is whether you opt for a pocket sill window or sloped sill window. Of course, there are plenty of factors you need to balance to make the right choice for your lifestyle and budget, but deciding between sloped and pocket sill windows is a good place to start. 

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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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