If windows or doors are on your home improvement list, stop here first to learn how to find the most energy-efficient models - or tighten up the ones you have.

Exterior and garage doors

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Improved materials and insulation help new doors stand up to weather and humidity - and keep heat where it belongs.

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Reflective window film

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If sunny windows are turning your living spaces into a sauna, reflective window film can bring back the comfort and cut your air conditioning bills.

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Making older windows more efficient

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You can make old windows more energy efficient without replacing them. Learn how.

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Buying new windows

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The style, type of material and what's between the panes can make a big difference in the energy efficiency of your new windows.

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Restoring and repairing double hung windows

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Our expert explains how to restore and repair your double hung windows instead of replacing them.

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Coverings for drafty windows

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Even if you have old, drafty windows, you can reduce energy loss by using special drapes and shades.

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Window installation and maintenance

New windows in a living room

Installing and maintaining your windows properly will help keep cold out air - and keep your heating bill low.

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