Can Wood Windows and Doors Actually Save You Energy and Money?

Updated: Oct 22

In a typical house, over 40% of the annual energy budget is consumed by heating and cooling. Choosing the best energy saving wood windows and doors can significantly affect how much money we spend or save every year on keeping our homes bright and comfortable.

When you are investing on new windows or doors, you need to get the most for your money. A great way to find the right products for your home is to look for the companies that provide SAVE ENERGY PRODUCTS. SAVE ENERGY Wood Windows and Doors are more efficient than any other brand in the market. These high performing products can help cut your heating and cooling costs, dramatically reduce UV damage, make your home more comfortable and help the environment too.

Advancements in glass coating, spacer systems and window technology have led to precision-engineered designs and a variety of glass systems that can achieve varying desired results. Now you can have energy efficient windows that meet your specific needs and preferences.

If you live in an area that gets a lot of direct sun light or very hot or frigid weather, consider one of our triple-glass systems for your windows. It will ensure that your home stays comfortable year round and your fuel bills decrease. If you're concerned about security and you want greater peace of mind, you may want to consider laminated security glass that deters intrusion and reduces exterior noise while still offering excellent energy efficiency.


OUR MOST POPULAR ENERGY EFFICIENT GLASS OPTIONS:


DOUBLE PANE EXTREME LOW-E2 WINDOW GLASS


Highlights This premium low-e system is our most popular glass option combining value and superb energy efficiency with a excellent UV protection.


Energy Efficiency Features double pane insulated glass with 2 Low-E silver oxide coatings (14 layers) to increase comfort year-round.


Fade Protection Blocks up to 80% of the sun's ultraviolet rays to help protect furniture, window treatments and flooring from fade damage - yet it still allows natural light in.


Gas Inserted A 98.8% fill of Argon gas is inserted in the space between the two panes of glass to further reduce heat transfer, making your home even more energy-efficient.


Spacer System PPG's Warm Edge Technology Spacer is a highly advanced tin-plated steel spacer system that separates the glass panes. Its unique patented one-piece U-channel design creates a strong thermal barrier that reduces heat loss. Super Spacer is optional.


Glass Metrics U- Value: .27 - .30 Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): .29 Overall IGU Thickness (OT): 3/4" Condensation Resistance Factor (CRF): 58 Visible Transmittance (VT): .61







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