Upgrading the windows on your home can go a long way with saving your money on energy costs. If you do not have energy efficient windows on your home, you could be paying an extra ten to twenty-five percent on your energy bill each and every month. Think about what kind of difference that could make if you upgrade your windows in conjunction with other energy-saving steps.
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If you are building a home, consider the placement of your windows carefully. If you place windows in the right areas of a home, they can act as a passive solar energy collector. This means that your windows can help you keep your home cooler in the summer, and warmer in the window. You will reduce your electric bill and your dependence on traditional energy sources.
Watch for state and federal tax incentives for upgrading your home to use renewable energy sources. Sometimes your utility company may offer additional rebates which will help pay for the expense of the systems. If not, there might be tax credits or deductions available from the federal or state government. Credits and rebates will make it easier to afford green technology.