It has been a while since I posted some energy saving tips, which I usually find on one of the sites I often visit.
Today’s tip is about saving money on your heating and cooling, by having the right kind of windows in your home.
Today’s tip: Multiply Your Pane
Save money – and reduce global warming – by replacing inefficient windows.
Clear, single-pane windows let as much as 84% of the heat out of a room. Get rid of them. In their place, install efficient windows, such as multiple-pane windows with low-E coating.
The average homeowner spends nearly 50% of yearly energy costs on heating and cooling. Window replacement can reduce that to just 20%.
Did You Know?
Cooling generally costs you about three times as much as heating. So if you live in a warm climate, you have even more incentive.
Check out your windows, and do the right thing to save energy, and money.