Windows and doors account for approximately 30 percent of the energy loss
Energy-efficient windows reduce transfer of heat through the glass and frame, resulting in lower electrical bills.
Energy Star, an energy efficiency program under the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, evaluates household building products and electronics for their ability to save energy. • Products that carry the Energy Star label meet the stringent requirements of the program.
The new windows can lower utility expenses by reducing thermal transfer of heat, including limiting solar gain in summer and increasing solar gain during cold months.
The effectiveness of a window to resist heat flow is called the U-value or U-factor. The lower the number, the better the insulating value
The type, number of layers and size of the glass, the tightness of the window installation and the insulating ability of the frame material affect resistance to heat flow. • If your windows have single-pane glass, are not well sealed or are made of a material that easily transfers heat, replacement windows may save fuel and money.
Thermally effective materials for frames include wood, vinyl, fiberglass, aluminium and combinations of these materials. "Vinyl windows" are a popular choice of consumers.The energy efficiency of vinyl is very good.
Glass treated with low-emissivity coatings reduces heat transfer from the house to the exterior during cold months and prevents heat from entering during warm months.
Why should I choose Thermal Windows? • Thermal windows #1 Source for Vinyl Windows • We do windows as per your requirement. • Our professionally trained employees will install your windows. • ENERGY STAR Qualified and NFRC Certified.
Contact Us • Dallas Showroom & Manufacturing PlantJ & M Glass Company, Inc.8808 Empress RowDallas TX 75247Phone:(214) 630-5885 • Fort Worth ShowroomJ & M Glass Company, Inc.3461b Blue Bonnet CirFort Worth TX 76109(817) 731-8886 • Website: http://www.thermalwindowsdfw.com/