With all the hype surrounding energy efficient windows—and the grants and rebates that were for years advertised alongside them—you are undoubtedly familiar with the concept of energy efficient windows.
But what makes and energy efficient window energy efficient? With seemingly all window companies advertising that their windows are energy efficient, how do you know who to trust?
At Quality Window & Door, we have a wide selection of energy efficient windows and doors from many of the nation’s largest and most respected window manufacturers. Our sales associates are highly knowledgeable about the replacement window market place and always approach prospective customers with an informative and consultative sales approach. Our goal is to pair you with the energy efficient windows that meet your needs and your budget—not to push a product that you do not want or cannot afford.
If you are interested in installing energy efficient windows at your home in Maryland, Washington, DC or Northern Virginia, contact us today to request a free in-home consultation or stop by one of our showrooms to talk to our representatives and check out our product selection.
We offer two convenient window and door showrooms that are a short drive from virtually anywhere in the Washington, DC metro area.
There are two primary benefits of windows that are designed with energy efficiency in mind. First and most obvious is the improvement in energy efficiency and the corresponding drop in your energy bills resulting from the improved efficiency. Your windows are the most common source of air infiltration and heat transfer, so improving the energy efficiency of your windows can have a significant impact on your heating and cooling bills.
Decreasing the amount of air infiltration and heat transfer contributes to not only lower energy bills, but also improved home comfort. Energy efficient windows can help to decrease the amount of hot and cold spots, leaving you with a more consistent temperature and comfortable conditions.
Energy efficient windows can be made in a number of ways and with a variety of different materials. Generally, energy efficient windows will have a frame made of an energy efficient material like vinyl or fiberglass. It will be paired with double or triple paned glass with an insulating gas between each pane.
Some windows may even incorporate spacers, window glazing, and other options that can further improve efficiencies.
Whenever you are shopping for energy efficient windows, the best way to be sure a window is energy efficient is to look for an ENERGY STAR label. When comparing ENERGY STAR labeled products against each other, consult with one of our window professionals to help you make the best choice for you.
What makes Quality Window & Door unique is our educational sales process and our non-proprietary selection of energy efficient windows. Many window contractors in the Baltimore-Washington-Northern Virginia area sell only their brand and employ high pressure sales tactics. You’ll never get “hard closed” at Quality Window & Door. Call our office today or schedule a visit to one of our local showrooms and you’ll see why we’re the “go-to guys” for many of the top builders, architects, and commercial property management companies in the area—as well as discerning homeowners!
The more you know about energy efficient windows, the more likely you’ll be to buy them from Quality Window & Door, so call us today and tell us about your situation.
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