Save on Energy Costs by Upgrading Your Home’s Insulation

 Insulation is one of the most important features of an energy-efficient home. It goes a long way toward improving comfort by maintaining a constant indoor temperature - cool in the summer and cozy in the winter.

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We Created a Better Way to Do Business

Simply put — we believe that improving your home should be enjoyable. That is why we spent years designing our consultations, installations, and client care experiences to provide every client with a stress-free home improvement experience. Founded in 2005, Windows on Washington has become one of the area's most respected home improvement companies because we make our clients' homes more beautiful, comfortable, and energy efficient.

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Premier People

Honest. Loyal. Experts in their field. That’s how we describe our team members. Many of them have been with us for over 18 years! When you want your project done right, always ask WHO will be doing the work.

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Premier Products

After more than 18 years in the home improvement industry, we understand the differences between various brands and we choose the products we offer very carefully. We have done a tremendous amount of research so you don’t have to, and we stake our reputation on this knowledge.

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Premier Process

We have a comprehensive 12-step client care process that will keep you up-to-date every step of the way. Our Client Care Team works closely with you so you know your project status at all times!

What is Insulation and How can it Save Me Money?

Insulation inhibits heat transfer, keeping homes warm in winter and cooler in summer. It helps to maintain a consistent indoor temperature, reducing HVAC system operation, which can save you money on energy costs. The most significant factors affecting energy costs are often poorly insulated attics and drafty windows and doors.

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Insulation Types

There are four standard types of insulation used in residential buildings. Our In-Home Consultants can discuss with you which type is best for your home:

Filled with mineral fibers including rockwool and fiberglass, comes in rolled-up form.

Sprayed into the crevices and cavities of a home by a professional installer.

Consisting of cellulose, rockwool and/or fiberglass, contained in pellets or fibers and installed with pneumatic tools.

Typically packaged in boards or pipe fittings and is typically used to insulate wall sheaths and foundations.

Our Reviews Speak For Themselves

After nearly 2 decades in business, client satisfaction is still what drives us to provide the highest level of quality in our service and in our products. We are proud of our reputation and do everything in our power to continue to exceed our clients' expectations.

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Everyone at WoW went above and beyond, and exceeded my already high expectations. Our house is now warmer, quieter, and looks so much better!

Simply put, it was one of the best contracting / house project experiences we've had.

You Are 3 Easy Steps Away From Project Success!

  • Schedule a No-Pressure Consultation

    One of our experts will discuss your project either in your home or virtually

  • Discuss Your Project

    Our expert will learn about your needs, ask some questions, and suggest the best products and service for your specific project and budget

  • Choose WoW and Relax!

    If you choose to work with us, you can rest assured we will take care of every detail and keep you informed every step of the way

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What we don't do

Our focus is on residential air sealing and insulation in Northern Virginia and Maryland, so there are certain types of projects we do not take on.

  • Sound attenuation
  • Drywall/ceiling repair
  • Pest Removal
  • Hazardous/animal waste removal
  • Asbestos remediation
  • Very small projects