Reducing Emissions

What Can We Do?

By using less energy at home, greenhouse gases can be reduced, global warming can be fought, and your utility bills can be lowered. Replacing drafty, energy inefficient windows will not only help to save the environment, but they’ll also save you money. Energy Star approved and National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) certified Verde Windows can reduce your energy usage and help transform your house into an eco-friendly home.

Verde Windows… An Investment That Can Save You Money

Take a look at what you’re currently spending to heat and cool your home on a monthly basis and use this chart to estimate how much you may save when you replace your old windows with Verde Windows.

Average Monthly Heat & Cooling Costs $150 $200 $250 $300 $350
Year 1 Cost $1,800 $2,400 $3,000 $3,600 $4,200
Year 2 Cost $1,890 $2,520 $3,150 $3,780 $4,410
Year 3 Cost $1,985 $2,646 $3,308 $3,969 $4,631
Year 4 Cost $2,084 $2,778 $3,473 $4,167 $4,862
Year 5 Cost $2,188 $2,917 $3,647 $4,376 $5,105
Year 6 Cost $2,297 $3,063 $3,829 $4,595 $5,360
Year 7 Cost $2,412 $3,216 $4,020 $4,824 $5,628
Year 8 Cost $2,533 $3,377 $4,221 $5,066 $5,910
Year 9 Cost $2,659 $3,546 $4,432 $5,319 $6,205
Year 10 Cost $2,792 $3,723 $4,654 $5,585 $6,516
Total for 10 Years $22,640 $30,187 $37,734 $45,280 $52,827

Calculations are based upon a projected annual increase of 5% for heating and cooling cost.

How Much Can You Save?

Potential Savings of 20% $4,528 $6,037 $7,547 $9,056 $10,565
Potential Savings of 30% $6,792 $9,056 $11,320 $13,584 $15,848
Potential Savings of 40% $9,056 $12,075 $15,093 $18,112 $21,131

Did You Know?

mom_daughterThe average house is responsible for twice the greenhouse gas emissions as the average car? When power plants burn fossil fuels to make electricity, they release greenhouse gases. By using less energy you can reduce these emissions and fight global warming. Verde has an insulated glass system for every climate zone in the United States and they are designed with your energy needs in mind.

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