Window Glass with a Clear Difference
Not all Low-E Glass is Created Equal
When you think of windows, you think of glass.
Glass comprises up to 86% of a window. It lets the light in, gives us a beautiful view, and provides a barrier against the weather. The only thing window glass can’t effectively protect against is heat transfer – until now.
Window manufacturers know that stopping heat transfer is essential in providing an energy-efficient window. To do that, many manufacturers use low-e glass, which is window glass coated with multiple layers of UV protection that keeps the sun’s rays from penetrating into the home. But not all low-e glass is created equal. While most energy-efficient glass offerings feature two layers of protection, the Thermostat glass exclusively available in Performax54 windows features three low-e layers.
What does that mean? Thermostat glass makes Performax54 windows a true energy-efficiency workhorse with 50% more energy efficiency than standard low-e windows. That translates to energy savings that goes right into your pocket!
Smart Window Glass Saves You Money Year-Round
The secret of the three low-e coatings on Thermostat glass is silver-metallic oxide. Applied in microscopically thin layers, the silver component works like a mirror to redirect solar radiation. These high-tech coatings work differently depending on the season.
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Thermostat Smart Window Glass
Maximizes Your Energy Savings
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