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Hi ,

It is hard to believe we are now in November, the second to last month of the year and heading into the holiday season.  I really enjoy how each of the four seasons brings its' own changes and something special and unique to enjoy. For me, Fall means beautiful, colorful landscapes, football and lots of tasy treats saved just for the holidays. My favorite is the creamy mashed potato my wife makes only on Thanksgiving, with lots of cream and butter.

Fall is also the perfect time to make those necessary home improvements that will prepare your home for winter.  If you're wondering how you can reduce your heating bills, without sacrificing your comfort this winter, we would be happy to discuss how our services can help you. There are cost effective options and upgrades that you can make before the winter temperatures put our heaters into overdrive.

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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 
Windows on Washington



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