How Much Money Can Energy Efficient Windows Save You

How Much Money Can Energy Efficient Windows Save You

If you’re a homeowner who lives in an older home, you may be losing money due to your older windows. Replacing these windows with energy efficient options can completely change the way your home insulates itself and controls temperature. But how much can you truly save if you replace your existing windows with a more modern, energy efficient version? Acre Window’s Philadelphia window installation experts have the answer.

Energy Bill Savings

Older windows can cause your heating and cooling bills to be higher than you’d like. By replacing these with new, energy efficient windows, you can save up to 15% a year on your energy bill.

Investment Return

Installing even average-quality energy efficient vinyl windows, can return up to 80% of your project cost in added home value. So, while you may be putting a lot of money into your replacement windows, you’ll see a huge boost to your home value (an average increase of about $12,000). Combine this with the savings on your energy bill, and you could see the expense of your remodeling project nearly totally negated within the first five years of getting your windows replaced!

Boosting Savings—And Happiness

Most homeowners who upgraded to energy efficient windows reported a greater overall satisfaction with their windows and their overall remodeling. Upgrading your windows can not only save you money, but can also give you a chance to update your home’s look. Depending on where you live, this could add even more property value to your home, increasing your return on investment if you ever decide to sell.

Our Philadelphia Replacement Windows

As you can see, there are a ton of benefits to upgrading to energy efficient windows. Of course, when choosing to replace your windows, you want to work with someone local who can help you make the best decision for your property. Check out what Acre Windows can do for you and learn more about your window replacement options!

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