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Are low-E glass windows good to install on desert homes?

Energy Efficient Windows That Lower Energy BillsThe technology used in windows continues to deliver energy efficiency upgrades to home performance. One reason is because of its constantly improving solar and thermal performance with advancements such as solar control low-emissivity, or low-e coatings. So, what is low-e glass? And is it a good thing to use in hotter climates like the desert or the tropics? Let’s dive into both of those questions here. Low-e coatings have been developed to…See More
Dec 8, 2016
Heather Szymanski left a comment for Joshua Fletcher
"Home Performance Workshop Phoenix City Hall - Mon, Oct 17th 9am-1pm.pdf Hello Joshua, Thanks to APS, SRP and other partners, the attached training is free for building performance pros this Monday at Phx City Hall for the Proof is Possible Tour in…"
Oct 12, 2016
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ROI Energy Efficient Home Improvements

Most people don't truly consider money spent on their home a real investment unless they are planning on flipping or selling the home quickly.  Upgrades to energy efficiency can be a great way to improve the comfort of your home while also saving a decent amount of money every month on your utility bills.  Variable speed pool pumps, insulation upgrades, sealing your leaky ductwork can all provide a strong ROI that is virtually guaranteed.  Not something that you would be able to match by…See More
Dec 2, 2014
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"Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you! Don't…"
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Most people don't truly consider money spent on their home a real investment unless they are planning on flipping or selling the home quickly.  Upgrades to energy efficiency can be a great way to improve the comfort of your home while also saving a decent amount of money every month on your utility bills.  Variable speed pool pumps, insulation upgrades, sealing your leaky ductwork can all provide a strong ROI that is virtually guaranteed.  Not something that you would be able to match by investing in the stock market.  More info on all our strong ROI energy efficient home improvements -> http://www.ecobuiltgroup.com

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Are low-E glass windows good to install on desert homes?

Posted on December 8, 2016 at 9:53am 0 Comments

Energy Efficient Windows That Lower Energy Bills

The technology used in windows continues to deliver energy efficiency upgrades to home performance. One reason is because of its constantly improving solar and thermal performance with advancements such as solar control low-emissivity, or low-e coatings. So, what is low-e glass? And is it a good thing to use in hotter climates like the desert or the tropics? Let’s dive into both of those questions here.



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ROI Energy Efficient Home Improvements

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Most people don't truly consider money spent on their home a real investment unless they are planning on flipping or selling the home quickly.  Upgrades to energy efficiency can be a great way to improve the comfort of your home while also saving a decent amount of money every month on your utility bills.  Variable speed pool pumps, insulation upgrades, sealing your leaky ductwork can all provide a strong ROI that is virtually guaranteed.  Not something that you would be able to match…

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At 2:06pm on October 12, 2016, Heather Szymanski said…

Home Performance Workshop Phoenix City Hall - Mon, Oct 17th 9am-1pm.pdf


Hello Joshua,

Thanks to APS, SRP and other partners, the attached training is free for building performance pros this Monday at Phx City Hall for the Proof is Possible Tour in Phoenix Oct 16-22. Come out for Q&A with Corbett & Grace Lunsford, respected building gurus. 14 separate events listed online to help to advance home performance in Arizona. Hope you get involved as you can. Space is limited. Free registration online:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/proof-is-possible-tour-phoenix-workshops-sponsored-by-efficiency-first-az-registration-23202459180  

www.proofispossible.com 

Best Regards,

Heather Szymanski BPI BA/EP, PDC, Smartscape

Efficiency First Arizona
3418 S. 48th St., Ste. 8
Phoenix, AZ  85040
heather@efficiencyfirstaz.org

480.636.7375

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