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Our Mission

Minimum standards for energy efficiency on windows, doors and home insulation have been set by the US Department of Energy through the ENERGY STAR program as well as national non-profit organizations such as the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). These minimum standards are specific to your home’s location, and every product manufacturer can have wildly different values.

EnergySaversGuide.com was built as an independent comprehensive guide to ensure you have the information you need before buying new windows, doors or insulation for your home.

We’ve reviewed all the federal and suggested energy saving metrics, and combined them with local energy consumption levels to create a one-of-a-kind look into the best products for your area.

Windows

Windows have specific ratings for their air infiltration, insulation and UV qualities. We help you find the features you need for your home.

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Doors

There are many types of doors out there. We help you find the best quality door that meets the standards of your area.

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Home Insulation

Home insulation comes in many forms. Each climate zone across the US requires different features, so we help you figure that all out.

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Energy Saving Associations

Data sourced from the NFRC, ENERGY STAR, IECC, US Department of Energy and the EIA, among others. All data is owned by its respectful owner, we are simply using it to make informed decisions.