Put Low-E Storm Windows on Your Summer To-Do List

Looking to channel your inner fixer-upper on your next DIY project?  ENERGY STAR® certified Low-E storm windows are affordable, energy efficient and easy to install. 

Keep what’s inside, inside

Low-E stands for low-emissivity, which means that these windows have a thin coating that prevents the heat or cool air that your home generates from escaping. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates homeowners can save an average of $350 on their annual heating and cooling bills with Low-E storm windows.*

Savings in a snap

Low-E storm windows offer similar energy savings to ENERGY STAR certified replacement windows, but for as low as 25% of the cost.**
Plus, you only need a few tools and a few hours to install them. Check out our handy installation guide to learn more.

Ready to upgrade?

Focus on Energy offers a 25% instant discount on Low-E storm windows at participating retailers. Find one near you here.

** Source: ENERGY STAR


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Posted May 2019

Lighting & Appliance