Replacing Windows

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Updated: 6/17/2013 6:06 am
Swapping out old windows for energy efficient windows can help you save on your electricity bill.

Angie's List creator, Angie Hicks, says if you plan on living in your house for a long period of time, you can see a seventy percent return on your investment. 

The type of window you choose plays a factor into the cost. A triple-paned, low-emissivity window will cost more than a single-paned window, however it will provide better energy efficiency and long-term energy savings. 

If you're worried about the upfront cost, replace your windows one at a time when funds become available. There are also federal tax credits that could also help you save. 

For more from Angie's List about replacing your windows, click here
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