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Just like insulation, your windows help protect your home from the elements. Good windows should keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Also having windows that open can help naturally ventilate your home, decreasing the need for air conditioning.

One of the ways to improve your home's energy efficiency and increase comfort is to install energy efficient windows. They can be an expensive investment, but will save money and reduce your energy costs over time. Some experts say that window replacements are absolutely necessary and others say good wall and roof insulation is much more valuable. If in doubt, contact a home energy auditor or building expert for more advice.
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