If you’ve shopped around for replacement windows long enough, you’ve probably started hearing about low-emissivity (Low-E) glass. This type of glass is coated with super-thin layers of metallic oxide, which are practically invisible to the naked eye. Today, Stittsville Windows and Doors talks about the benefits of using Low-E glass for your wood or vinyl window replacement project.
A gas fill is an important feature of any energy-efficient window. This component is used in double glazing technology, a window design that uses two panes instead of one. A gas fill also complements the thermal performance of Low-E coatings, ultra-thin metallic layers that reduce heat transfer.
People often think winter is the worst time to perform window replacement. Still, most contractors often find this period more suitable for such a project. As it turns out, doing so has surprising benefits.
While wood windows are low maintenance, regular upkeep is important to ensure they remain in good condition and provide long-term performance. Stittsville Windows and Doors, your go-to source of replacement windows in the area, shares wood window care tips.
Window glass that absorbs and transfers heat quite fast can cause problems for any home. Fortunately, there’s good news for homeowners in the form of low-emissivity (low-e) glass. In this blog post, we show you how windows with low-e glass help keep your home’s energy efficiency at optimum levels.