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You want all your windows to be energy-efficient, aesthetic, bill-busting glass beauties. We’ll help you get there with these energy-saving shortcuts.

While windows are arguably one of the best home investments you can make for your energy bills and home market value, the cost of window replacement is still an investment.

Depending on the number of windows you need to replace, your investment could tip the scales between $3,000-$15,000.

But it doesn’t have to cost that much when you know where to look! (Hint: You’re in the right place).

Those numbers would make a lot of homeowners panic, but you can rest easy. There are many ways to bring the cost of your window replacement investment down.

It Pays To Be Energy-Efficient

You should check for incentives and tax rebates on any home improvement project. But most energy-efficiency improvements will have incentives to bring down the cost.

And it’s not just federal incentives, there are also state and city incentives you can take advantage of today. Sometimes your utility company may have programs you can use to your advantage.

You can check for incentives using Google search, the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency, and energy.gov.

And just to make sure you receive all the discounts you qualify for, it’s always a good idea to check with your utility company or an energy professional.

Federal Tax Credits

What makes an energy star window

The most notable tax credit for windows is ENERGY STAR window products.

The ENERGY STAR rating is given after testing, verification, and certification by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). This is only given to windows that meet the guidelines compatible with the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).

ENERGY STAR rated windows will also give you the best reduction on your energy bills.

Home Energy Audit
Home energy audit of homes
Find out where your home is leaking energy

 

Get a home energy audit today through your utility company.

A professional will check your home for energy-inefficiencies that are costing you money every month.

Instead of wasting your money through leaky windows, see which window replacements will save you the most this year.  Even if you can’t afford to do all home upgrades at once, starting with the biggest energy-wasting culprits right away will save you money and increase your home value.

Make sure to ask your energy professional about company incentives for new windows. Energy companies will sometimes give incentives for being energy efficient.

Where To Look First For Window Replacement Incentives And Rebates

While planning home upgrades, budget is often a top priority concern.

Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce the cost of environmentally-friendly and smart home upgrades.

Start with these websites to plan your budget, then check with your local energy professional for any city, state, or company incentives.

You may be surprised at how affordable important home upgrades like windows can be.

Not only are you reducing your carbon footprint, but you’re lowering your energy bill. The energy reduction, along with the incentives, will allow you a very affordable home upgrade. You’ll more than make back the worth of your investment.

If you need a free quote and energy audit, contact us today! We’re here to help you with any window-related questions.