What Makes A Window Energy Efficient?
It can sure be exceedingly hurtful to pay high utility bills every month. But thanks to energy-efficient windows, your electricity bills can go down significantly.
Energy-saving windows, also called energy-efficient windows, offer increased insulation to a house.
This means heated or cooled air within the home is less likely to escape. Similarly, harsh winds outside are also less likely to enter your house. This reduces the need for additional heating or cooling inside, bringing down the electricity costs.
The Department of Energy has estimated that energy-efficient windows can reduce a household's bill by 21 to 31 percent. For an average home, this could save 125 to 465 dollars.