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According to Eco-Business, a multimedia organization in pursuit of global awareness in green living, one of the key components that promote energy efficiency is windows. Your windows, together with your roofing, doors, and siding, compose the exterior insulation system of your home. If any one of these components is rendered dysfunctional, your insulation system falters, resulting in poor thermal maintenance and higher energy consumption. With all that is happening to the environment, higher energy consumption not desirable. More and more institutions and organizations are resorting to various alternatives that promote energy efficiency. As an article published on cleantechnica.com stressed:

The building was extremely well isolated, aiming to cut out air infiltration and heat looses in walls and the roof, including triple-paned windows. “The most important difference between this home and a Maryland code-compliant home is the improvement in the thermal envelope, the insulation and air barrier,” NIST mechanical engineer Mark Davis has declared. Apart of the insulation, the house got installed solar water heating and 32 solar panels in order to produce its own energy, and was equipped with the most energy-efficient appliances.

Windows nowadays are manufactured with high technology designs and specifications to lessen the thermal heat buildup and absorption indoors. Having such windows eliminates your time-and-again over usage of ACs and other energy consuming appliances, and cut the costs of the electricity bill. Just to make sure that your windows are well secured and energy efficient, you may address your concern with a reliable contractor of window replacement in Maryland to enlighten you.

To learn more about energy efficiency windows, Drytech Roofing installs high quality energy efficient replacement windows in Maryland by its knowledgeable and excellent roofers who are more than happy to assist you. 

(Article Excerpt From The Results Of A 1-Year Net-Zero-Energy Home Case Study, cleantechnica.com)