We exist to provide, promote, and advocate energy conservation.

  • Windows can account for over 10% of your energy bill.
  • If your home has single pane windows consider replacing them with new double pane windows with high performance glass.
  • New windows can be expensive and represent a long- term investment.
  • If you are unable to replace your windows then try to air seal them by re-glazing the panes and caulking around the exterior frames.
  • If you shop for new windows look for the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) label, which is a performance certification. Always try to purchase windows with an Energy Star label.
  • Look for windows with the lowest U-value – this means they are better insulated.
  • Try to buy windows that have a low-e coating on the glass. This coating will reflect heat back into the room.