hen most folks find that their summer electric bills are higher than they wish they were, their usual immediate reaction might be to turn down the air conditioning system a bit to save money, at the expense of their own comfort. But suppose the issue isn't really about your AC system but rather, your windows?
In any new or existing home, the use of energy efficient windows has many instant and lasting benefits. In addition to the obvious energy savings with lower year-round HVAC costs and improved comfort, they'll reduce fading on paint, carpet and upholstery and allow increased natural light levels and improve your views. Natural light is one of the best ways to show off the true color of your paint and décor. Correct window positioning will allow you to maximize the daylight you get in certain rooms and as a result cut down on lighting bills as well.