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With the hot days of summer on the horizon, homeowners everywhere are likely expecting an uptick in their monthly energy bills.

Air conditioning is one of the biggest offenders when it comes to energy costs, and as the temperatures rise, it’s not unusual for folks across the country to experience monthly utility bills that are noticeably higher than the cooler fall and spring months.

And one of the biggest culprits when it comes to high utility bills is your windows. Deteriorating windows can easily cause excess heat to drift into the home, while newer energy efficient windows are designed to keep your home appropriately hot or cool, depending on the season, without affecting your utility costs.

Here’s How It Works

New and well-designed windows with insulated frames and energy-efficient glass can dramatically affect the excess heat that trickles into your home.

They provide a solid layer of insulation and block the heat and light that is transferred into your interior.

In fact, at Amazing Exteriors, we’ve seen first-hand how much our customers save on their energy bills when they choose us for window installation.

We partner with companies like time-tested Marvin Windows. Marvin Windows is a company that’s well-known as a pioneer when it comes to energy efficiency.

But replacing your windows can save you money in more subtle ways as well, outside of the savings on utilities. For example, energy-efficient windows can provide a nice tax break. This is true, especially if you have a home office or conduct work at the home.

They can also reduce your insurance costs, and boost your selling price if you are thinking about putting your home on the real estate market in the years to come.

How Do You Identify If Your Windows Are Energy Efficient?

New windows may end up saving you money on utility costs as the summertime temperatures start to rise.


Condensation in between panes of glass on double or triple-glazed windows is an indication of seal failure. It’s also a sign excess heat is drifting into the home.

Faded Carpets and Walls

If you notice patches of your carpet or walls that are lighter than others, it’s a sign that excess UV rays are affecting your home’s interior.


If you haven’t replaced your windows in years, it may be time to explore your options. Energy efficiency technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. You have new opportunities to that simply didn’t exist just a few years ago.

Replacing your windows can be an investment that pays off in the months and years to come. New windows can do a world of good when it comes to protecting your summertime budget.

Thinking About Replacing Your Windows?

Have you noticed issues with your windows at home? Even if you haven’t, it’s worth having a professional take a look.

Your windows play a crucial part in the overall function of your home. Schedule a FREE in-home consultation with one of our experts today!

We can assess the current state of your windows and take you through our different types of windows, like Infinity from Marvin.

Let us help you revive your home! Contact us today. Be sure to look at our replacement guidelines.

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