Window Replacement

Existing windows must be pre-inspected before installation begins.

By choosing energy efficient window products, you can cut down your heating and cooling costs and make your home more comfortable at the same time.

In a typical house, over 60% of the annual energy budget is consumed by heating and cooling. Proper selection of windows, doors and skylights can effect how much money we spend or save every year on keeping our homes bright and comfortable.

Be sure and check out the Efficient Windows Collaborative Web Site for unbiased information on the benefits of energy-efficient windows, descriptions of how they work, and recommendations for their selection and use.

Efficient Windows Collaborative Web Site

Consumers Power offers our customers a rebate of $3 per square foot of window area for replacement windows with a U-value of .30 on electrically heated homes.

On windows that achieve a U-value of .22 CPI offers a $4 per square foot of window replaced.

New prime windows and patio doors (sliding) with a U-value of .30 or lower may replace existing metal frame dual-glazed windows, or any single-glazed window regardless of frame.

CPI is also now offering rebates of $2 per square foot on low-E storm windows which can be added to both single-glazed and metal double-glazed windows. Please click here for a list of qualified storm windows.

Click here to download the rebate form in pdf format.