Insulated Window Designs That Help Save Energy
December 19, 2009
Installing energy saving windows can save utility costs while adding to your home's appearance and value. Insulated glass window construction typically consists of two or three layers of glass with argon or krypton gas inserted between glass layers. An insulated glass window may also have special coating on the glass to filter light and enhance the window's ability to insulate your home from elements including sunlight, moisture, and drafts.
Insulated Window Designs Compatible with Decor, Architecture
Don't worry about energy saving windows not complimenting your home's architectural style and decor. You can find insulated window glass framed in wood, vinyl and aluminum; Colors and finishes are available to match your home. Whether you live in a Victorian or contemporary home, or any style in between, you can find energy saving windows to meet your needs and match your tastes.
Energy Saving Windows and Saving Money
Insulated window glass can be an effective part of a comprehensive home energy conservation plan. If you're replacing ductwork, home insulation,roofing, and heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) appliances , new energy saving windows can help increase energy related savings. If you select energy star windows, you may be eligible for a federal tax credit and additional benefits provided through local utility companies. Check with your tax adviser and your utility company's Webssite for more information about programs in your area. Your energy saving windows can also help preserve and enhance your home's appearance indoors and out.