Keeping your home’s heating and cooling costs down is likely very important to you. You’ve probably already taken a few steps to help reduce your energy bills, but maybe you’re looking for more ways to make your home more energy efficient.
One of the best things you can do is to replace older windows in your home with energy efficient windows. Windows that are made with more efficient low-E glass will help reduce the effects of the sun’s warming rays and all outdoor conditions, so your home’s heating and cooling system doesn’t have to work as hard to maintain a comfortable indoor environment.
Don’t think your windows play that much of a role in your heating and cooling costs? Well, according the the U.S. EPA, heat transfer through windows, skylights, and doors can account for more than 25% of the heating and cooling bills in a home.
Not only can energy efficient windows save you money on energy bills, but they also just make your home more comfortable by reducing unwanted drafts and also reducing noise from the outdoors.
Need more help reducing your heating and cooling costs? The HVAC experts at Sanders & Johnson offer a complete line of HVAC repair, maintenance, sales, and installation services to the Denver area. Learn more at www.SandersAndJohnson.com.