Energy-efficient Windows

Energy Efficiency for windows is an essential consideration for reducing energy consumption and for keeping your indoor environments comfortable.
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Get to Know your Windows!

When learning how to choose energy-efficient windows, it’s important to know that about the U-factor. U-factor is a metric where values vary depending on the specific window design, frame material, and glazing options. When choosing windows for energy efficiency, look for lower U-factor ratings to ensure better insulation and reduced heat transfer.

Other factors to consider when considering energy efficient windows, is the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) and Visible Transmittance (VT). While the SHGC measures how much solar heat is transmitted through the window, the V.T represents the amount of visible light that can pass through your window.



U-factor measures the rate of heat transfer through a window. The lower the U-factor, the more energy-efficient your window is!


Energy-efficient windows will help you reduce heating and cooling costs by preventing heat gain in the summer and heat loss in the winter.


Energy-efficient windows not only save energy but also contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, promoting sustainability!​


Often designed with multiple panes of glass, filled with insulating gases and coated with low-emissivity (low-e) coatings to minimize heat transfer!


Investing in Energy-efficient windows can add the benefit of noise reduction that can be appealing and make it more attractive to potential buyers. ​


By reducing the heat gain from sunlight, energy-efficient windows can help protect your furniture, flooring, and other furnishings from fading due to UV exposure.​

Take the first step towards a more sustainable and cost-effective future!

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