On the first part of our special blog, we discussed how energy-efficient windows increase comfort levels and energy savings. Now, we want shed light on how our products let you maximize those benefits.
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At Renewal by Andersen® of Omaha and Lincoln, we combine different powerful components to produce excellent energy efficiency. Check out the individual parts behind the exceptional collective performance of our replacement windows:
Our High-Performance™ Low-E4 glass is a spectrally selective multi-layer coating, which blocks most of the sun’s unwanted rays without affecting visible light’s clarity and color. Other products do well in reflecting the infrared and ultraviolet components of solar radiation, but they also darken the glass in the process. With our windows, expect nothing but clear, vivid views and abundant daylighting.
We offer different glass solutions, but all of them bear the ENERGY STAR® logo. Our highest-rated option, the SmartSun™ glass, blocks 72% of solar heat and 95% of UV rays. Compared with ordinary dual-pane units, it makes our windows 47% and 70% more efficient in winter and summer, respectively.
Fibrex is perhaps the most well-rounded window replacement frame and sash material you could find. Our exclusive products contribute to the exceptional energy efficiency of our windows in different means. It resists thermal transfer, insulating heat about 700 times better than aluminum. Thanks to its wood and polymer components, our composite material can hold up against extreme temperature fluctuations. It can retain its stability and rigidity to maintain its weathertightness while repelling moisture to preserve its strength for years.
Argon Gas Blend
To further boost the thermal performance of our windows, we fill the space in our dual-pane windows with argon. Unlike other solutions, our inert argon gas blend isn’t prone to discoloration and sensitive to seal failure.
Stainless Steel Spacer
Instead of using aluminum, we chose stainless steel as a spacer material for window replacement because of its superior strength. It allows us to keep the glass panes of our units stable while using less material. With a thinner spacer wall, our windows conduct even less energy.
Did you miss the first part of our special blog? Check our archives and discover countless insightful reads about window replacement. To schedule your free consultation in Omaha, NE, call Renewal by Andersen of Omaha and Lincoln at (402) 513-2828 now!