by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 6, 2018)
If you are tired of having drafty windows, high energy bills, and a cold sleepless night you may want to consider replacing your windows. While you can always go out and purchase some random window, installing energy efficient windows is going to be your best possible bet. Not only will it help you to save money on your monthly energy bill, you can also potentially receive a tax rebate for being more energy conscious.
While you can always hire someone to do the work for you, it is possible to do the work yourself. Keep in mind that installing a single window can take you between four to six hours, so this can be a great project for you to tackle over the course of a couple of weekends. Another thing to keep in mind is that the instructions here for installing energy efficient windows assumes that you have already purchased your new windows, and that you have removed your old windows.
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