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Maximize Energy Efficiency with Energy Star Windows

Windows are a key element of any home, providing natural light and ventilation. But did you know that they can also add thousands of dollars of value to your home and save you money on energy bills? Energy Star windows, in particular, are highly sought after by modern buyers, with 89% considering them essential and 73% wanting windows with three panes of insulating glass. These windows also protect against harmful UV rays, which 62% of buyers desire. In fact, replacing single pane windows with double or triple pane windows can save up to $465 per year on heating and cooling costs, as they maintain consistent temperatures and reduce energy usage.

In addition to energy savings, new windows can also increase the value of your home. On average, the installation of new windows can increase a home’s value by $13,822. In 2022, Energy Star windows also provide up to $500 in federal tax credits for upgrades, repairs, and new installations. Low emissivity glass, or low-e glass, can further enhance the energy efficiency of windows by reducing energy costs, fading, and the sun’s heat. They also block 99% of harmful UV rays. By replacing your windows with low-e glass, you can reduce your carbon footprint by eliminating up to one ton of carbon in the atmosphere every year. 

When it comes to choosing a window replacement or upgrade company, it’s important to select a reputable firm with a track record of quality workmanship and customer satisfaction. Window Nation, for example, has a 96% customer satisfaction rate and has installed over one million windows in more than 125,000 homes. Their technicians are extremely qualified, with an average of 15 years of experience. In conclusion, new windows can provide a high return on investment, save you money on energy bills, and reduce your carbon footprint, making them a worthwhile investment for any homeowner.

Lukas Halim

Lukas Halim is the owner / operator of infographics archive. He has a long-standing interest in data visualization, providing free Tableau training materials at LearningTableau.com and teaching two top-selling Tableau courses on Udemy.

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