Check out the following slideshow for some of our Before and After projects here in the San Joaquin Valley. It has been an honor to make our customers happy.
These homeowners used California’s approved program for energy efficient home upgrades. That means:
No Payment For Up to 1 Year or More
No Money Down
No Credit Needed
Potential Tax Credit
And So Much More!!!
But WAIT! There’s more! We have several financing options available with Vezina Industries and can match you with the best program or financing option available for you.
How Do Windows Impact Energy Costs and HVAC?
Windows, especially older, single pane windows, make your energy bill sky rocket. They can be responsible for 10-25% of your electric bill by allowing heat to escape in the winter and warmth from the sun to enter in the summer. The problem with older windows is that the single pane window allow air to pass into the home. With these older windows, there is little to no insulation from the outside temperature. The same can be said for the wooden frame. Over time, the wood begins to rot and crack. This allows air to flow through. Ultimately, you are wasting energy during the hot summer because your air conditioner is trying to keep up with all of the cold air that is going out your windows and the hot air that is coming in. A similar statement can be made for the cold winter, except this time, it’s the hot air coming from your heater that is escaping from your home.
What Are Energy Efficient Windows?
Today, advanced window technology comes at affordable and reasonable prices. Homeowners are opting to replace their older, single pane windows with new, dual pane windows. Dual pane windows are made up of 2 panes. In between the panes of glass, there is a vacuum or gas that work to reduce heat transfer. These windows are insulated and help to seal air leaks as well as keep your power bill down.
How Much Money Can You Save With Energy Efficient Windows?
The Energy Star program says that Energy Star certified window products can lower your energy bills up to 15 percent. After 1 year of having replaced single pane windows, homeowners saw an average of $101 to $583 in savings from reduced energy costs. After a year of replacing double-pane, clear glass windows, homeowners saved an average of $27 to $197 dollars in energy costs. For those who are more environmentally concerned, an average of 1,006–6,205 pounds of CO2 are reduced after 1 year of replacing single-pane windows. 246–2,001 pounds of CO2 are reduced after 1 year of replacing double-pane, clear glass windows. Replacing those old, worn out windows can make all the difference.
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