If your windows are more than 20 years old, investing in new ones is worth considering.
Not all windows are created equal, so before you start planning, here are some differences to consider.
Call a contractor
For most window projects, you will need a reliable contractor. Give us a call and we’ll set you up!
More than a window on the world
There are many types of windows. One of the largest innovations in energy-efficient windows is Low-Emissivity or Low-E glass, which prevents heat generated by people and appliances in a room from escaping. The Low-E coating also filters out most of the damaging ultraviolet sunlight, which helps protect your furniture and drapes from fading.
Glass and gas
Some windows are filled with gas. Argon and krypton are used to fill the space between panes. The higher insulating value of these gases improves the efficiency of the window by cutting down on the heat lost through both convection and conduction.
Be Window Wise
You should look for window manufacturers certified by the Siding and Window Dealers Association of Canada’s Window Wise program, which identifies quality energy-efficient windows. Learn more about Window Wise manufacturers.
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