When You’re in for Low-E Storm Windows, Wisconsin Is In for Cost-Effective Solutions
What Does Low-E Stand For?
Low-E stands for low-emissivity. It is an extremely durable coating on glass that minimizes the amount of infrared energy that can pass through, without compromising the amount of visible light that shines in. The coating itself is 1/100th the thickness of a human hair, but it has a huge impact on keeping your home comfortable!
What are Low-E Storm Windows?
A modern Low-E storm window uses high performance weather stripping to create a tight seal and a layer of insulating airspace between itself and your existing window. They can be installed to either the interior or exterior of your primary window. Low-E storm windows also come with a transparent low-emissivity (low-E) coating that acts as a heat mirror, which keeps the heat outside in the summertime and inside in the wintertime.
Low-E storm windows are now ENERGY STAR certified! Visit the ENERGY STAR website for more info and specifications.
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