How Low-E Windows Can Help Reduce Energy

Posted on August 25, 2016 in Green Ideas

Low-E windows

Most home-owners replace their windows because they’ve become too “drafty.”  This means that cold or hot air coming in from outside is more noticeable than the temperature of the air inside. In order to reduce your energy costs and increase your home’s comfortability, new Low-E windows offer the perfect solution.

Low-E windows emerged several years ago as a new way to improve energy efficiency. Their glass panes are made with a Low-E (or Low-Emissivity) coating. This coating is great at reflecting heat from both the inside and the outside, which means the heat generated by your heating system during winter will stay indoors and the excess sun during summer will not infiltrate your windows and warm up your home.

The best part is – Low-E windows are incredibly durable and are just as clear and transparent as windows without this feature. That means you’ll get great views while increasing your home’s energy efficiency. In fact, you can save an average of $120 per month on your energy bill!

Keep your home as good as new by installing Low-E windows. Talk to us today about the reasons to choose Low-E windows over regular windows. Once you choose a style, we’ll schedule your appointment and have your new windows installed quickly.

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