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Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

Leaky windows aren’t doing your utility bills any favors. Energy-efficient windows are designed to keep your heated and cooled air where it belongs: inside your home. Better insulation reduces your home’s energy usage, meaning lower utility bills, while also making your home more comfortable to live in.

Window Liquidators only sources windows that meet the requirements of the National Fenestration Rating Council and Energy Star, meaning you can buy our JELD-WEN and Crystal Windows knowing you’re getting some of the highest-rated energy-saving windows around.

Energy-Efficient Add-Ons

According to the Department of Energy, windows are responsible for 25-35 percent of the heat gain and loss to your home. So whether you’re buying vinyl replacement windows or new construction windows, if you want keep your cost of heating and cooling low, choosing the right windows is critical.

The Department of Energy estimates that you can save $125 to $465 dollars a year just by getting replacement windows with Energy Star ratings. All of our windows meet Energy Star ratings, but we also offer a host of energy-efficient add-ons, including:

  • High-efficiency glass packages (which may qualify for tax credits)
  • LowE and Argon options that exceed all Energy Star requirements
  • Tinted glass to reduce solar gain

These Windows Could Qualify for a Tax Credit

There are a number of tax credits for residential energy efficiency available through Energy Star. Find out whether your windows from Window Liquidators qualify at www.energystar.gov/about/federal_tax_credits.

Energy.gov also offers a database of tax credits rebates and savings at: www.energy.gov/savings/search.

You may also qualify for state or local government rebate programs when purchasing the right type of energy-efficient windows. Some locations also offer low-interest loans to utility customers who install energy-efficient windows.

For more information, contact your local or state government, or search online for rebates and credits for your area.