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How to Install a Replacement Window That Saves Energy

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Improve the Energy Efficiency of the Windows in Your Home

As heating and cooling costs continue to rise, it is more important than ever to ensure that as many of your home's features as possible are energy efficient. One great place to start is with the windows. Replacing your old single pane glass windows with new, top of the line, energy efficient replacement windows is a project that you can do yourself, and one that will pay for itself over time with the money saved in energy expenses.

The retrofit window used in this project is manufactured by Pella logoPella. For more information, click here to visit the company website.  

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