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How to Maintain Your Siding So It Does Not Get Moldy

Have you ever noticed your siding looks a little bit grimy, a bit dirty and perhaps even somewhat moldy? Do you have vines overgrown across your siding? Or moss? The reality is, when your siding goes uncleaned and unmaintained over a long period, as with many things, it can get moldy. Maintaining and cleaning your...

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Help! Why Are My Windows and Siding Making Popping Sounds?

Picture this: You are lying in bed, trying to fall asleep. However, every time you shut your eyes, you are awakened by an incessant popping sound. You jump out of bed to try and find the source but to no avail… where is the sound coming from? Does this scenario sound familiar? It is more common than you might...

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How Much Does New Siding Cost?

If you are looking to enhance the performance, curb appeal and value of your home, one of the best home improvement projects to take on may be new siding. The siding on your home does not only provide unique character and charm, but it is also there to protect the interior structure of the home from the elements....

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Spring Remodel: Which Should You Replace First – Windows, Siding or Roof?

Following a long and cold winter, there is no better way to put a literal spring in your step than with a spring remodel. The harsh winter weather can oftentimes cause some damage to your home, and as everything begins to thaw out, now is the perfect time to start considering the home improvement projects you want...

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Which Siding is Best for Homes in Virginia and Maryland?

January has quickly come and gone, and as the new year truly starts to get underway, there is no better time to give your home a spruce and refresh. The start of the year often signals a time for home improvements – new year, new home, as the saying (sort of) goes. Siding is often overlooked when it comes to home...

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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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I Live in Maryland – is Vinyl Siding Right for Me? 

Are you in the middle of researching the right siding for your home? Are you looking for siding that will not only add value to your home but also make it more comfortable to live in, without spending too much?  Understanding the benefits of new siding is the best place to start. From enhanced performance to...

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Which Siding is Best For Improving Your Home's Energy Efficiency?

When it comes to keeping your home comfortable and, at the same time keeping energy costs down, there are many home improvement projects that can assist. An energy efficient home is a happy home. Why? First of all, it helps keep costs down when cooling your home in summer and warming it in winter. Secondly, it...

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Save On Energy & Cooling Costs With These 5 Home Improvement Tips

There is no time quite like the Summer; the days are longer and warmer, and it is a beautiful time to be outdoors in the fresh air. Yet while we are all getting out and about a bit more, we are still spending plenty of time in our homes to keep healthy and well. And, the more we are inside, the more we use our air...

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5 Important Things to Look for in a Siding Contractor

When improving your home, you want to ensure you can trust the  home improvement contractor  you have hired for the job. Essentially, you are inviting a stranger into your home, asking them to make some significant changes, and paying them for their time when the job is finished. All in all, you need to trust the...

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