Energy efficient windows and doors reduce energy costs and save money each month. One of BM Windows’ primary products is Anlin Windows and Doors. Anlin builds energy-efficient windows that deliver long-term performance and environmental sustainability. Their production practices result in windows that are both good for the environment and save money.
Anlin reports that nearly 50% of the 110 million homes in the United States still have inefficient single-pane windows. Single pane windows and doors contribute up to 35% of the energy wasted in buildings and 10% of the carbon emissions in the U.S. each year.
We sell and install Anlin’s highly efficient dual-pane windows in San Diego because they are not only attractive but they also exceed the Energy Star rating by as much as 46%! You can learn more about Anlin Window Systems’ Infinit-e Plus Glazing Process that delivers maximum energy efficiency at http://www.anlin.com/infinit-e-plus.aspx.
In addition to the attractive appearance our replacement windows offer, and the more comfortable home environment they create, you can also save a substantial amount of money on energy costs by replacing your San Diego home’s windows and doors with energy efficient units.
Studies have shown that approximately 20-25% of energy (from gas and electric climate control) in the home is lost through radiation and about another 15% of energy is often lost through loose-fitting windows. So it’s safe to assume an increase in energy efficiency of 35% when upgrading your home to energy efficient windows. That can add up to major savings. The following table provides estimated savings in the first 5 and 10 years based on your average monthly energy bills.
|Monthly Energy Bill
(gas and electric)
in 5 Years
in 10 Years
- This table provides estimated cost savings. Your results may vary and no guarantee is implied.
- Estimated savings may actually be even higher as these estimated do not account for the ever-increasing costs of gas/ electricity/ utility services in San Diego.
- Assumes a typical San Diego home where replacement windows increase energy efficiency about 35% as a result of replacing single-pane windows and doors with dual-pane units.