Energy-saving windows are some of the best products you can invest in for your home. Specially designed to reduce heat transfer, energy-efficient windows will help reduce your monthly energy bills, while also helping you minimize your carbon footprint. Read on as we explain what makes our windows energy-efficient.
Our windows feature special Low-E glass coatings that protect your home by blocking infrared rays, which are responsible for making your home uncomfortable on hot days. With our windows, heat transfer is significantly reduced, meaning your HVAC system won’t have to work as hard to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
To achieve maximum energy efficiency, all our windows are fitted with double glass panes. These act as extra layers, optimizing the air in between the glass. The space between the panes is filled with a special argon gas blend to maximize energy efficiency.
We use argon because it’s great for insulating. We also add compressed butyl and silicone sealants to reduce the risk of leaks and drafts.
The frame is important to the structural integrity of your doors and windows, but it also has a huge impact on the energy efficiency of the window. The right frame material can significantly reduce heat transfer. At Renewal by Andersen®, we offer windows with Fibrex® frames. This innovative composite material is composed of wood fiber and a proprietary polymer, known for high heat resistance. Our frames are sturdier than wood or vinyl, which allows us to make them thinner. The end result is a sleek window with an expansive glass pane for panoramic views.
Here at Renewal by Andersen of Dallas and Fort Worth, all our products guarantee excellent energy efficiency. With our help, your home will remain cool and comfortable in the summer and warm and cozy in the winter without over-burdening your HVAC system. Call us at (877) 605-2922 to learn more about how we can help with your next home improvement project. We’ll be happy to schedule your FREE, in-home consultation in Fort Worth, TX, and other nearby areas.