Energy-Efficient Windows

Windows used to be energy wasters, depriving a room of warmth and driving up utility costs. Thankfully, that is no longer the case. A window that saves energy is made of two or more panes of carefully treated glass with a layer of inert gas, such as argon. Since argon does not efficiently transport heat, it functions as an energy "blanket" between the glass sheets. This keeps the room's heat within, limiting heat loss through the window.

But an efficient window is much more than just an argon heat barrier. As was previously said, energy-efficient window glass is specifically treated to reflect away the sun's UV rays while simultaneously storing and reflecting the heat in a room back into the house. The homeowner will immediately save money on power costs as a result. 

Suppose your windows are 20 years old or older. If they have started to leak or you are simply sick of paying utility costs that seem too expensive, you should consider replacing them with new energy-efficient windows.

Window Factory

A PERFECT FIT is one of the many qualities distinguishing our energy-efficient windows at True Crew. We pride ourselves on taking extra care to maximize heating and cooling savings for our customers. Our Windows come standard with double pane, insulated Low-E Argon glass. We offer all glass options available through the leader in the glass industry, Cardinal Glass of Minnesota, Since 1962.

If you have any questions or concerns about our energy-efficient windows or the processes of our installers, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are more than happy to help!

Learn more about energy-efficient glass here!