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Heating accounts for 50% to 70% of the energy used in the average home. More and more people are leaning towards ways to save money on energy costs and help the environment. Think about how much you can save by installing Energy Star residential windows in your home.

There are several measures you can take to control your heating costs. Replacing your windows is a good place to start.

While windows are wonderful for bringing light and warmth into your home, they can also be major sources of conditioned air loss. Almost half of U.S. homes have single pane glass windows that should be replaced. An average household spends over 40% of its annual energy budget on heating and cooling costs. You could reduce those bills by up to 15% with ENERGY STARŪ windows.

ENERGY STAR is a voluntary partnership among the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, product manufacturers and local utilities. Partners help promote efficient products by labeling with the ENERGY STAR logo and educating consumers about the benefits of energy efficiency.

ENERGY STAR-labeled windows, doors and skylights are twice as efficient as the average window produced just 10 years ago. New materials, coatings, design and construction features, as well as other innovations, make them a cost-effective investment. While energy efficient windows cost more than standard models, they are 40% more efficient than products required under the most common national building codes. Since most energy is produced by burning fossil fuels in large power plants, you are helping the environment by using energy more efficiently and therefore reducing air pollution.








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