The U.S. Department of Energy approximates that 30% of energy used for heating and cooling is lost through ineffective windows. To make sure your windows provide excellent thermal performance, choose energy-efficient glass options.
Renewal by Andersen® of Omaha and Lincoln explains the features of our energy-efficient glass.
When it comes to your windows in Lincoln, two panes are always better than one. Nonetheless, maximizing the space between them can be tricky. Heat loss results from panes that are too far apart, while being too close together can compromise their energy efficiency. To ensure the best thermal performance, we optimize the space between the two glass panes. This is an energy-efficient strategy that prevents heat from escaping.
According to a research conducted at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, stainless steel reduces heat transfer better than other options. Many other studies also conclude that this material promotes the highest energy efficiency. Traditional aluminum used by other manufacturers creates a major risk of condensation and a high heat flow through the edge of the glass.
Trust Renewal by Andersen of Omaha and Lincoln and our windows in Bellevue. We use low-conductivity stainless steel spacers for maximum heat resistance and superb stability for the glass. Our durable spacers also reduce the risk of seal failure.
Argon Gas Blend
To improve the overall insulating value of your window in Omaha, we fill its inter-pane space with Argon. Some manufacturers use carbon dioxide and Freon. While these two gasses improve insulation, they are easily prone to seal failure and discoloration. Argon improves the thermal performance of the overall product without these setbacks. This inert gas also strengthens the sound proofing features of your window.
Proper installation will secure your energy-efficient window’s exceptional performance. For your windows replacement, trust only the top professionals. Call us at (402) 513-2828 to learn more about our products and services.