Can Energy Efficient Windows Pay for Themselves?


You may have heard the statement before, energy efficient windows pay for themselves. We all know energy efficient windows can save you money on your energy bill. But can investing in replacement windows really save you that much energy cost, where you actually have a return on your investment- or at least break even? The…

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The Benefits of Exterior Capping

The Benefits of Exterior Capping   If you’re lucky enough to own a home with lots of window openings, it’s important that they all look uniform and tidy. Nothing makes an exterior look as unfinished as windows without capping. Every window should be inspected at least once a year to check for signs of wear…

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How Much Energy will I Really Save with New Windows?


How Much Energy Will I Really Save with New Windows?   So you’re skeptical of what you’ll save with energy efficient windows. We see it all the time. It’s not our job to bully you into buying; we just want to give you the facts so you can make your own decision.   What affects energy…

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How To Read An NFRC Label

NFRC Sticker

How to Read An NFRC Label Labels can tell you a lot: what’s in your food, how much something costs, or how flammable it might be.   The most important label on your windows is the NFRC label. NFRC stands for the National Fenestration Rating Council—“fenestration” is just a fancy Latin word for windows. Like…

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What Are Low-E Windows?

Low E

What Are Low-E Replacement Windows? Low Emissivity coating, commonly referred to as “Low E” is an optional feature you will find offered by many replacement window companies. While each window company may have their own spin or name for this feature, the basic functionality of Low-E is the same for all. What is Low E?…

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What Are Energy Star Windows?

Energy Star Windows

When it comes to energy efficiency in your home, the Energy Star label is the most important feature to look for. Almost any product manufactured for your home, including windows, can be certified an Energy Star product, a certification created by the EPA and Department of Energy. The Window Source of Atlanta is proud to…

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