“My windows are ice-cold and drafty in winter.”
“The carpet and upholstery near my windows and sliding glass doors are fading.”
If this sounds familiar, you may be throwing money out the window. Hot spots in summer, drafts in winter and sun bleaching are telltale signs that your glass lacks the low-emissivity engineering found in newer windows and doors—a difference that could cost you much more than your comfort.
Low-e windows are just one of the many ways homeowners can save money on energy bills.