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Windows can account for up to 35% of the energy lost through your AC or Furnace. New windows can provide energy savings, noise control, and increase the curb appeal of your home.
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Ply Gem® has raised the standard of efficiency with its high performance R-5 windows, which make them the perfect option for new home construction. These highly insulating windows make them one of the most energyefficient windows on the market and they are ideal for cold and mixed climates.

Anatomy of an EnergyEfficient Window

Low-E Glass: Special Coatings reflect infrared light, keeping heat inside in winter and outside in summer. … Gas Fills: Some energyefficient windows have argon, krypton, or other gases between the panes. These odorless, colorless, non-toxic gases insulate better than regular air.

The panes of most windows are made from standard glass, however, energyefficient windows use panes with low-emissivity glass (also known as Low-E glass) to help block out the sun’s rays. Fewer sun rays will keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

A single window replacement can meet your needs. … If you have more financial flexibility, consider replacing multiple windows at once. You can improve your aesthetics and energy efficiency in the long run. You can get it all out of the way with a whole-home replacement.

The Thermal Envelope

Give or take, about 25% of the heat produced by your boiler will escape through the roof of your home. About 35% of the heat will escape through the walls and through gaps, in and around windows and doors, and about 10% of heat will disappear through the floor.

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