This undated photo provided by Jody Finglas, a finishing and restoration expert, shows a set of windows on a project before being restored in New York. There are plenty of reasons to fix or replace windows, but wintry temperatures push many homeowners to get the job done. Besides the discomfort they cause, drafty windows can add hundreds of dollars to your energy bill over the course of a winter. (Jody Finglass via AP)
This undated photo provided by Jody Finglas, a finishing and restoration expert, shows a set of windows on a project before being restored in New York. There are plenty of reasons to fix or replace windows, but wintry temperatures push many homeowners to get the job done. Besides the discomfort they cause, drafty windows can add hundreds of dollars to your energy bill over the course of a winter. (Jody Finglass via AP) Jody Finglas AP
This undated photo provided by Jody Finglas, a finishing and restoration expert, shows a set of windows on a project before being restored in New York. There are plenty of reasons to fix or replace windows, but wintry temperatures push many homeowners to get the job done. Besides the discomfort they cause, drafty windows can add hundreds of dollars to your energy bill over the course of a winter. (Jody Finglass via AP) Jody Finglas AP