Energy Saving Low-E Glass
Save Energy With Low-E Glass In Your New Windows
Low-E glass has become one of the most commonly used building materials today. It employs a transparent and exceptionally thin coating that reflects radiant heat. When this combines with argon-filled cavities between double-paned or triple-paned windows, you have a thermal barrier that’s hard to beat. What’s more, our Low-E coated windows are so efficient that they meet national Energy Star requirements placing our Low-E argon filled windows among the most effective and efficient windows available.
The windows throughout your home or office are often responsible for a significant surface area which can allow heat to pass through. In the summer, this can result in the air conditioning having to work harder, and higher heating costs in the winter. That’s why we look at windows as a thermal barrier to block heat from passing in or out of your home. Our Low-E glass employs an advanced coating that is not detectable to your eyes, but is quite effective at blocking heat. Combine this with our impressive Warm Edge Spacer technology, and you’ll benefit from outstanding performance from your window and its frame.
To take the insulating properties of your new windows even further, consider double-pane and triple-pane windows with spaces between the glass that’s filled with argon gas. This inert gas provides a much better thermal barrier than air because it does not contain the moisture that’s found in air. That means your new windows won’t have any problems with condensation while helping to keep your home at the ideal temperature with less energy no matter what time of year it is. Contact your local WinChoice USA® location to learn more and schedule a no-cost window consultation to see how much you can save on windows and energy bills with Low-E glass windows.