Want to save energy and improve your home's look?
Here's your window of opportunity.
Windows let in light, warmth and fresh air. But older windows can contribute to energy inefficiency around the house. Upgrading to ENERGY STAR® certified windows can reduce energy costs while making your home more comfortable and attractive. Most ENERGY STAR windows feature a special coating that prevents light and UV damage to valuables inside your home.
Looking for incentives? Your options are wide open.
PSO offers attractive incentives on ENERGY STAR certified windows and doors when you use a participating service provider.
Find instant discounts on new home windows through PSO and when you combine replacement windows with at least two additional upgrades through Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® you'll be eligible for the 50% Multiple Upgrade Bonus. You could earn up to $5,000 in total incentives from PSO.
What to look for in your new windows.
Climate zone: Make sure your new windows have an ENERGY STAR climate zone label rated for Oklahoma.
U-factor: U-factors express a window's resistance to heat flow. The lower the u-factor, the better its insulating value.
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): SHGC reflects how well the product blocks heat caused by sunlight. The higher the value, the better.
- Tip: A window awning can help to reduce the heat gain of your house during the warmer months of the year. Choose a light colored awning to reflect more sunlight. See more window tips.
For additional efficiency information about windows, visit the ENERGY STAR website.
Connect with a service provider.
Find a participating service provider in your area, or call 888.776.1366 to learn more.