I have been telling homeowners about this wonderful plan through our local electric company. Finally one of my clients looked into it and boy was he glad he did. Free Windows? Almost! He spent $3,200 to purchase new windows and received a $2,500 rebate from Peninsula Light! New windows for his entire home only cost him $700! You should think about replacing your old single pane windows. It not only saves you money each month due to the energy efficiency to provides it’s also great for the resale value of your home! Peninsula Light Co. offers a $6 per square foot rebate up to $1000 on qualifying homes!
- Installing high-efficiency windows throughout your home will:
- Increase your family’s comfort level
- Reduce your energy bills
- Increase the resale value of your home
- Reduce the collateral damage that often occurs with other windows such as:
- Death to the coloring on artwork, walls, and furniture
- Warping of the hardwoods
- Condensation moisture that can lead to the notorious “black mold”
Peninsula Light Co. has multiple programs that can assist you in saving energy and money. Window weatherization is just one option, but a very important one. If you are tired of being cold during the winter or too hot during the summer months, making this investment is critical. Peninsula Light makes it
easier to make that decision.
When shopping for new windows make sure they meet the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) guideline of having a u-value of .30 or below. Energy Star windows are a good bet.
After you’ve installed your new residential windows, call Bill Peach at Budget Blinds for a quote on new window coverings! Budget Blinds is offering $200 off if you mention this blog and my name! You’ve gone this far – go all the way! Contact Budget Blinds at 253-858-5855. You can also find them on the preferred providers list on my website. I would be more than happy to tell you about my experience and pass on the savings to you!
Don’t go through one more winter without weatherizing your home. Replace your windows with a rebate from Peninsula Light Co.