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Neighborhood Remodelers, LLC
(443) 200-9824
Areas of Expertise
  • Deck and porch building
  • Basement remodeling
  • Bathroom remodeling
  • Kitchen remodeling
  • Interior trim mouldings
Featured Review

"No comments."

- diane R.
Nova Exteriors, Inc.
(202) 730-1157
Areas of Expertise
  • Replacement Windows
  • Exterior Doors
  • Roofing & Gutters
  • Replacement Siding
Featured Review

"We had our roof replaced and gutter guards installed. the work was timely and looks great. Nova Exteriors customer service was outstanding ... they included a down-spout and replaced siding on a gable that was not in the initial contract for free. We were also not charged for replacement of rotten wood. My only complaint is of the clean-up. They did a good job removing all the old asphalt shingles etc, but we found over 3 dozen nails that were not cleaned up. I thought I'd done a thorough job hunting for all of these however I still ended up with a flat tire and had the added expense of buying 2 new replacements. Due to the location of the puncture it could not be plugged. As for value for money? They were at least $5000 cheaper than a Long Roof estimate, which included upgraded Architectural-style shingles and 2 new sky lights not in the other estimate. I think it was rather expensive when compared to "average". The work however is stellar (we do get a 50 year transferrable warranty on our 2 shingle layers) and peace of mind that does not come with a cheaper, less reputable company. Our neighbors had their roof replaced within the past 6 months for about 50% less however we can see that some of their one-layer shingles are already missing!! You get what you pay for."

- sarah W. from falls church, VA
Green Energy, LLC
(301) 960-0745
Areas of Expertise
  • Window Replacement and Install ONLY
  • Exterior Door Replacement and Install ONLY
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"By: J. Drumming, Bowie, Maryland Project: New Exterior Door with Top Panel (Extra large) along with 2 side window; removed air conditioner and replaced window on the front. Mr. B. Calloway was very knowledgeable, on time for the appointment and put all items to be completed in Writing. My front door is outstanding and the window repair on the front makes home home look outstanding. The installers were totally professional and the company made sure I was pleased with the work. I would highly recommend them to anyone whom desire top class professional work!"

- joyce D. from bowie, MD
American Home Contractors, Inc. - DC
(202) 729-1992
Areas of Expertise
  • Windows
  • Siding
  • Roofing
  • Gutters
  • Patio Doors
Featured Review

"would like to have had a better estimate of the amount of plywood needing replacement before the work began. "

- mike C. from washington, DC
Stanek Windows - Washington
(410) 878-4704
Areas of Expertise
  • New Windows
  • Replacement Windows
  • Vinyl Windows
  • Custom-Made Windows
  • Patio and Entry Doors
Featured Review

"No comment."

- jonathan E.
WindowPro, Inc.
(301) 957-7088
Areas of Expertise
  • We handle all kinds of window and door repair. Fogged glass? We replace it for you. Windows don't operate correctly? We repair them for you. Need parts for old windows? We will find them for you.
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"Quick installation, professional service tech-although he did order one incorrect window-but overall windows replacement and quality of worker was right on point.. "

- don D. from district heights, MD
Sears Home Improvement
(877) 587-3044
Areas of Expertise
  • Measured and manufactured to fit your home
  • Lifetime transferable, limited manufacturer's warranty*
  • Quality Materials & Professional Installation by experienced local contractors
  • Project Coordinator to stay with you every step of the way
  • *Ask your Sears representative about written warranty details
Featured Review

"The installation was excellent the company that installed the units was Reliable Heating and Air Dan did a awesome job I fully recommend Dan "

- david H. from travelers rest, SC

Unscreened Window Replacement Companies in Washington, District of Columbia

ESB, Inc.
1303 Ray Rd.
Hyattsville, MD 20782
Historic Structures
3711 Cumberland St. Nw
Washington, DC 20016
Dynamerica Construction, Inc.
3105 Mount Pleasant St. Nw, Ste. 100
Washington, DC 20010
American Home Solutions, Inc.
4910-b Buchanan
Hyattsville, MD 20781
Martez Inc.
2700 Gaither St.
Temple Hills, MD 20748

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Washington DC Window Replacement

If you're like many homeowners, there are several areas of your home that you think of upgrading; in Washington DC, window replacement is one project that might easily become the forerunner once you know the facts. Though other projects like kitchen or bathroom remodeling might end up becoming excellent investments, DC homeowners who replace their old, worn out windows with more efficient, better functioning newer models will get some benefits that are really worth cheering about. When considering installing replacement windows, Washington DC homeowners should not only pay attention to price and appearance, but the many options available in performance.

Since there's no shortage of cold weather in and around Washington DC, window replacement is an improvement that is full of benefits. Old windows have many ailments that installing new ones will eliminate; some are painted shut, some stick, some won't stay up, some leak, and nearly all of them are prime culprits when it comes to heat-loss during the winter months. No matter what kind of new windows you install, you're likely to notice a dramatic increase in function, and in many cases, you'll also see a reduction in drafts. You might even see some significant savings in your energy bills!

Multi-Paned Replacement Windows
If you want to make sure that your new windows lower your heating (and even cooling!) bills, there's no substitute for multiple panes. Double-paned windows use two layers of glass sandwiched around a barrier of air; this design greatly reduces heat transfer, keeping warm air indoors in the winter and hot air outside during the summer. Triple-paned windows take this design a step further, giving you an even more formidable barrier. Of course, these designs are more expensive than single-paned windows, but with energy prices continuing to rise, the savings you'll see on your monthly utility bills are likely to more than make up for the difference.

Wood vs. Vinyl Windows
When purchasing new windows, you'll be posed with the decision of whether to pick wood windows or vinyl ones. Though each will have its benefits and drawbacks, both are likely to perform far better than existing old windows. Wood windows are generally a bit more expensive, but they are also likely to add more resale value to your home, as well. Wood windows sometimes end up needing a bit more maintenance in the long run.

When trying to decide between wood and vinyl replacement windows, Washington DC homeowners can often use the age of a house as an indicator of which is more appropriate. Older homes, particularly historic homes, are likely to look better with wood replacement windows. Washington DC's suburban areas, where the homes are closer to 10 year old than they are to 100, can often take advantage of the low-maintenance requirements of vinyl windows without detracting from the overall look of the property.

Of course, the easiest way to tackle this project is to replace the existing windows with new ones of the same dimensions. However, if you really want to make a difference in how your home looks, installing a picture window, bay window, or bow window can have a huge impact. Sometimes these installations are large enough that you can actually replace two of your existing windows with one picture or bay window. These larger installations will, of course, be more expensive, but they will go a long way in improving appearances both inside and out, and they will also provide your property with an attractive selling point if you ever decide to move out.

There are a wide range of costs involved in window replacement. Washington DC homeowners thinking of replacing all or most of their windows should be ready for at least a $10,000 price tag. We've seen Washington window replacement prices go as high as $13,000 for multiple windows, but some people get this job finished for much, much less. As one homeowner in Gaithersburg who replaced multiple windows for about $7,000 told us, "Get lots of estimates, because they vary tremendously."