Looking Through the Low-E Glass Window Innovation

Looking Through the Low-E Glass Window Innovation

If you are the type who loves the outdoors, you wouldn’t mind bringing a little of the outdoor feel in—that includes fresh air and sunlight. Natural light is an asset to any home. The more sun comes in through your window or skylight, the more appealing a space will appear. Moreover, allowing more natural light and air inside your home will help cut down your daytime energy costs. The only risk is that you can become more vulnerable to external threats such as overexposure. Now this is where it pays off to invest on low-e replacement windows in Sacramento.

Low-E Window: One of the Greatest Innovations

Low emissivity or simply low-e is basically a windowpane covered in microscopic layers of metallic oxides. This transparent coating purifies the sunlight that comes in by allowing the needed natural light to come in, and keeping harmful UV rays and infrared light away from your home. This keeps the heat in during winters and out during summers, reducing your energy consumption and of course, your energy bill. It is indeed one of the greatest innovations in the window industry.

What We Offer

If you are planning on getting your windows replaced as part of your home remodeling in Sacramento CA, consider Renewal by Andersen® of Sacramento. We offer three types of high performance low emissivity glass options: High-Performance ™ Low-E4® Glass, High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ Glass, and our High-Performance™ Low-E4® Sun Glass. They come encased in our specially formulated frame material Fibrex®, which can be shaped in a wide range of style options from traditional like picture and double hung, to customized windows for your home’s particular needs.

Lower your energy consumption and save money on your energy bill through our advanced frame materials and glass packages. For more information on our low-e windows, give us a call today and we will be happy to be of service. Also get a FREE in-home inspection from our expert team.

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