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It’s Official, Winter Is Here! 

And so is the first-ever edition of the Windows on Washington quarterly e-newsletter.

At the start of every season we will be providing you, one of our valued customers, exclusive content offering tips, tricks and advice to help you get set up and organised for the season.

In this edition, get those important winter jobs done with our seasonal checklist and learn more about air
sealing your home and how to save costs on your energy bills. We even share one of our favorite holiday recipes that will warm hearts, minds (and bellies) this winter.

On behalf of the Windows on Washington Team we’d like to wish you all a bright Holiday Season, a very Merry Christmas and a safe, happy New Year.

All the best,

Eric Novotny

Decorating tips
Try these ideas for making your home look warm, cozy and festive this winter.
Use cozy textiles.

1. Use cozy textiles.

Add warmth and comfort to your home with soft accessories like flannel sheets, cashmere or wool throws, and cotton quilts.

Create a DIY Joy pallet sign.

2. Create a DIY Joy pallet sign.

Announce the season with some large letters from a hobby store, pallet boards, and Christmas wrapping paper.




check Check the crawl space vents at your foundation to make sure they are closed.

check Cover your central air conditioning unit for protection.

check Clean and store your home garden tools.

check Move snow shovels and snow blowers to an accessible but unobtrusive spot.

check Change and clean your furnace filters.

check Clean your kitchen appliances including refrigerator coils.

Home cleaning tips
Cleaning tips for your home
Try these cleaning tips


Maintain your home's drains this winter by adding 1/2 cup baking soda, followed by 1/2 cup white vinegar and flushing with boiling water.

You can prevent mud and snow from entering your house by prepping your entry. Add a rough mat made of coir, wood or rubber outside for wiping off mud and snow and an absorbent mat inside to take care of moisture.

Fun facts


Have you heard of PlungeFest? Every year, more than 25,000 people dive into frigid water in the middle of winter to raise money for the Special Olympics Maryland. It also offers a carnival, giant sand sculptures and live music.

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