Want to Replace Your Windows? Not So Fast!

So, your energy bills are getting too high, and you think that replacing your old windows is the most affordable option. But before you take that giant leap, understand that there are more cost-effective options.

Being aware of your home’s carbon footprint takes targeted effort, but it can also save you money. Incorporating eco-friendly additions into your home can massively reduce energy bills and save on repairs.

According to CellularWindowShades.com, up to 24 percent of a fuel bill can escape out of leaky windows. But replacing windows can cost anywhere from $400 to $800 per window. Depending on the size of your house and the state of your windows, total cost could range from $3,000 to $10,000.