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affordablewindowsofaz12 Posted - 04/01/2019 : 9:47:13 PM
Which kind of windows supports energy efficiency well? Does anyone have more idea on this? Please advise.
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RoccoDay Posted - 04/24/2019 : 04:57:47 AM
I don't think there are such windows that suppose energy.
Well, if you have AC in your home then you always need to close your Windows in order to have proper wind flow.

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