What does it mean to “Go Green” in my windows?
It generally means to live an environmentally friendly lifestyle. To our government it means to meet Energy Star® requirements.
What is Energy Star®?
A program sponsored by the US Department of Energy which establishes minimum performance stardards for windows to be recognized as energy efficient.
What Glass is best for you to Go Green with in your windows?
At best it would mean you are receiving better performance from your windows and doors; that should be recognized by just how much you are not putting out in payments to your local utility company. Normally, the Low E glass is best. BUT, never put a tint film on your insulated glass units or you will be buying more glass units before necessary.
What do we offer for you to “Go Green” in your windows?
Ten years ago, we offered Solar Green Glass. That was a very good product “then” but today it is not what we acknowledge as “Going Green”.
Give us a call and let us discuss how the Low E glass has been fine tuned in the last decade to work better for each required application. We handle Cardinal 366, RLE, 250, Sungate 500 (near clear) and most of all for protection for your expensive Low E insulated glass units: “Solar Screens“.
Whatever choice you make in your Low E window replacements, you should protect your expensive insulated window glass units with Solar Screens.
We deliver and install insulated glass units with either a 5 year warranty or with a “double seal” you can be covered with a 10 year warranty on the seal not breaking and causing your windows to “Fog Up”.