The United States Department of Energy calculates that the use of single pane windows, being insufficient in saving energy, accounts for roughly $30 billion of energy costs. In fact, the same source cites such windows as responsible for more than 25% of energy costs in private residences.
These astounding figures point to a larger problem, one that can be remedied with energy efficient replacement windows. It is very possible that your old windows are not properly insulated, and as such allow for a large amount of heat to be lost from inside the home. You may find that the best energy efficient replacement windows are double pane products, which in addition Continue reading “Save Money on Energy Costs With Replacement Windows”