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Hi ,

Winter has certainly set in and we have been told to expect a cold one!  This Winter is forecasted to be 13% colder than last year, meaning our heaters will be working overtime to keep the chill at bay.

To make matters worse, forecasts from the US Energy Information Administration predict double-digit percentage increases to energy costs this Winter, forcing many US homeowners to pay up to hundreds of dollars more for heating. 

In this edition of the Windows on Washington eNewsletter, we explore ways to keep your home energy efficient and offer practical home improvement tips that will keep you warm and reduce your energy bills.

As always, if you want advice with your home improvement project, we are more than happy to help.  Please give us a call at 703-378-1190.  Our award-winning team is ready to help you with replacement windows, siding, insulation or roofing, and we offer interest free financing options and obligation free quotes to help you get started.

Best Regards,

eric_novotny.jpgEric Novotny 
President
Windows on Washington

 

 

 

Which Replacement Windows Are Most Energy Efficient?

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Did you know that old, decaying windows can let up to 40% of the heat in your home escape? Naturally, this leads not only to less comfort, but also to increased heating and cooling bills. Energy efficiency should be one of your top concerns when you think about buying new replacement windows – getting the right ones can help you save up to 20% on your energy bills. Read more here

 

 


 

Save On Heating Your Home With These Home Improvement Tips

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Fall and winter is a magical time of year when families and friends come together to celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the New Year. However, winter is also the season when our heating bills increase exponentially, but it doesn’t have to be this way.  With these home improvements, some of which you can do on a quiet weekend at home,  you can stop worrying about the heating bills and just enjoy the Holidays with your loved ones. Read more here

 


 

The 2017 Seasonal Home Improvement Checklist for MD and VA Residents

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As the year begins so does planning and goal-setting ­– which is especially important if home improvement is on your to-do list in 2017. To keep your home comfortable and looking beautiful all year round, we have compiled this seasonal checklist to help you keep track of the most important jobs by season. Here are five things you should be doing to stay on top of your home improvements in 2017. Read more here


 

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