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If your windows are in good condition, taking steps to improve their efficiency may be the most cost-effective option to increase the comfort of your home and save money on energy costs. There are several things you can do to improve the efficiency of your existing windows:
First look for the ENERGY STAR label when buying new windows. Then review ratings on the energy performance label from the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) to find the most efficient windows for your needs.
Impact windows and doors are designed to resist shattering when struck. Engineered with laminated glass, hurricane windows are held in place by a durable interlayer that stays intact even upon serious impact, protecting against the most extreme weather elements. They also provide increased home security, noise reduction, and convenience.
PGT custom windows and doors are built to meet the needs, priorities, location, and budget of your home renovation. We offer impact windows and hurricane doors, along with non-impact options, with many benefits.
Our aluminum and vinyl windows and doors come in a wide range of styles to maximize your curb appeal and take your interiors to the next level while increasing hurricane protection, energy efficiency, and much more.
Browse through our comprehensive collection of product videos designed to showcase our high-quality new construction and replacement windows as well as our sliding patio doors. Discover all of our features, options and possibilities to create the look you want for your home.
We recently built a home, and after lots of comparing, we went with Windsor Windows! We absolutely love the look and quality of our windows. We were specifically looking for real wood, push out windows like we'd seen in Europe. We found them with Windsor. Wendy Hunter
In addition to limits on the amount of credit you can claim for any particular equipment installation or home improvement, there are annual aggregate limits. The overall total limit for an efficiency tax credit in one year is $3,200. This breaks down to a total limit of $1,200 for any combination of home envelope improvements (windows/doors/skylights, insulation, electrical) plus furnaces, boilers and central air conditioners. Any combination of heat pumps, heat pump water heaters and biomass stoves/boilers are subject to an annual total limit of $2,000. (Note: ENERGY STAR certified geothermal heat pumps are eligible for a separate tax credit and not counted against these limits.) 59ce067264