Are you in the market for new energy-efficient windows? You probably want the best replacement windows available – but do you know exactly what makes a window energy-efficient? There are a number of different things that determine window energy efficiency.
Factors that influence window energy efficiency include the:
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To go into a little more detail, an “energy-efficient window” has:
A high-quality frame – certain materials help insulate better
Low-E glass – the special coating on this type of glass helps keep heat inside your house in the winter and outside in the summer
Multiple panes – two panes insulate better than one (especially with gas-filled space in between them), and three-pane windows are even more energy-efficient and offer more sound control
Many replacement windows are ENERGY STAR rated (just look for the blue label!), but what exactly does this mean? How does a product get an ENERGY STAR label? In accordance with EPA requirements, ENERGY STAR replacement windows (and other products):
Plus, if these products cost more than conventional products that are less energy-efficient, consumers should be able to recover the cost through utility bill savings, within a “reasonable” time period.
The ENERGY STAR label was initially created to accomplish two things:
If you’re looking for energy-efficient replacement windows that can help your wallet and the environment, Quality Window & Door has what you need. We offer a wide, non-proprietary selection of windows from leading manufacturers. In fact, that’s what makes us stand out among other replacement window companies in Maryland! We aren’t about high-pressure sale tactics – we want to help you find the absolute best product.
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