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View Diary: My Solar Panels Rock (155 comments)

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  •  Note I am in the north east (0+ / 0-)

    And its entirely possible you had good windows to start with. If neither of these are the case for you it is likely you would not benefit as much.

    Meanwhile my point of reference is  getting a payback period of 5 years. Which is half that of the 10 citied in this article.

    •  My house was built in 1925. (0+ / 0-)

      The windows were of the style with the old weights and pulleys inside the walls, which means they were poorly insulated.  Much of the glazing was gone off of many and they rattled during high winds and whenever anyone drove by with their bass cranked up.  I live in Nebraska where we have very cold winters with high winds.

      Replacing windows is not a good energy investment.

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