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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.

Discover the Pros and Cons of Popular Siding Options for Your Home

If you are looking to enhance the performance, curb appeal and value of your home, look no further than siding. Siding does not only provide unique character and charm, but it also works to protect the interior structure of your home from harsh weather elements. Siding shields the inside of a home from rain, humidity...

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WoW Earns 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award (Again!)

At Windows on Washington, excellence, professionalism and a high-level of customer service underpins everything we do. That is why we are thrilled to announce we recently received the great news that we earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA) in 2018 – for the 9th consecutive...

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A Handy Replacement Windows Checklist

When choosing the best window replacements for your home and needs, there are a few things you should consider. The decision to buy replacement windows should not be made without some thought and research ahead of time. Style, performance, design and materials are all important factors that should weigh in on your...

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How to Manage Your Home Improvement Project

Remodelling, upgrading or adding to your home are all exciting things. However, your dream home improvement project can quickly crumble if it is not carefully planned and managed. Luckily, we have a few tips and tricks to help you manage your home improvement project, from conception and ideas right through to hiring...

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How You Can Save on Heating Costs with the Right Insulation


As a homeowner, you do not need us to remind you of the escalating price of energy. Utility residential electricity rates have increased nationally by about 15% over the last decade, according to the Energy Information Administration. Not to mention that heating and cooling accounts for 50 to 70 per cent of the...

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4 Reasons Why New Roofs Fail


If you have ever invested in a new roof and experienced the utter frustration that happens when your new investment fails, we understand your frustration. Customers who have had their roofs installed elsewhere often come to us dumbfounded as to why their new roof is already failing, especially when a roof is...

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Why Your Home Needs Siding


When building a house, everything has a purpose and function. Sometimes, the purpose is obvious. For example, everyone knows that windows are necessary for natural light, ventilation and insulation. However, some necessary components of a house are not so apparent. For example, have you ever wondered why your home...

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6 Frequently Asked Questions About Replacement Windows


“New year, new you!” – or so the saying goes. Whether you are someone who enjoys jumping on the new year’s resolution bandwagon or not, there is undoubtedly something refreshing about the start of a new year. Some people turn inwards and make personal life changes, while some take the time to think about outward...

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5 Benefits of Properly Installed Insulation in Your Home

The festive season has once again come to an end and the new year is well and truly underway. For many, the start of a new year means new goals and to-do lists – some being more personal in nature, while some are more practical, like home improvements. Perhaps your home improvement list is never-ending, or maybe you...

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Is it Really Worth Investing in Replacement Windows?

A new year almost always means ticking off a few home improvements on your list. And, if you are a homeowner that has a seemingly endless home improvements to-do list, you are not alone. According to the annual LightStream Home Improvement Survey, more than half of respondents (58%) planned to spend money on home...

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