Save Energy And Money
North American Precis Syndicate
To save money and energy have window film installed instead of replacement windows. (NAPS)
(NAPSI)—Don’t let window replacement become a “pane”
in your wallet. There’s a disconnect between saving money on energy
with window replacements, according to government agencies. In fact, they
found, it may take decades to recoup the cash spent on the installation of
new, energy-efficient windows.
The assessed value of adding 20 new energy-efficient windows in
California, for example, may range from $10,220 to $18,580 based on a 2019
building assessors manual listing $511 to $929 for each window. Annual energy
savings for the replacement of existing windows in a home are from $27 to $111
for dual-pane windows and $126 to $465 for single-pane windows, according to
the U.S. Department of Energy. This means it may take decades to financially
justify window replacements based on energy savings alone.
Fortunately, there’s an alternative. Window films offer advanced
energy savings and other benefits and can be quickly installed at a fraction
of the cost of replacement windows, often with a return on investment in
under three years.
“Window films professionally installed on structurally sound- single
or double-pane windows may reduce energy consumption by as much as 30
percent, while the installation cost may be 91.5 percent less than putting in
new windows,” explained Darrell Smith of the nonprofit International
Window Film Association.
For further facts and stats about saving money and energy, go to www.iwfa.com.
films professionally installed on structurally sound windows may reduce
energy consumption by 30 percent, and cost 91.5 percent less than putting in
new windows,” said Darrell Smith of the nonprofit International Window
Film Association. http://bit.ly/2Bycvws”
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