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If you want energy-efficient windows, here are 4 things to think about.

Learn the four factors you should consider when choosing the best energy-efficient windows for your home if you want to save energy and money.



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1. Energy-Efficient Glass


Any window's glass is an essential part. By reducing thermal transfer, the ideal window glass choice for your environment can assist lower heating and cooling expenses. Inert argon gas can be inserted between the panes of glass in dual- or triple-paned glass to enhance the insulating qualities. Insulating glass that has been laminated, tempered, tinted, or frosted can also add ultraviolet protection to make your house more energy-efficient and comfortable.


2. Window Installation


When windows are installed properly, your home will be protected from costly water damage as well as air penetration. Your windows might not function properly if fitted incorrectly. To evaluate whether your windows were installed correctly, look at the level, plumb, bowing, square, and reveal. Air leaks and drafts are prevented by well sealed and securely built windows, which can reduce heat loss and improve comfort in your home.When windows are installed properly, your home will be protected from costly water damage as well as air penetration. Your windows might not function properly if fitted incorrectly. To evaluate whether your windows were installed correctly, look at the level, plumb, bowing, square, and reveal. Air leaks and drafts are prevented by well sealed and securely built windows, which can reduce heat loss and improve comfort in your home.


3. Window Placement


By choosing specific low-emissivity (Low-E) glass coatings for multiple areas of your home, you can improve the energy efficiency of your windows. Insulating glass has thermal protection layers within that benefit with the following things:

  • Reflect heat during the summer and keep the interior cool.

  • Reflect the chilly winter air and keep the heat inside

  • Protect against damaging UV radiation to help stop fading


4. Window Frame Construction

Your choice of window frame material influences your window’s overall energy efficiency.

  • Enhanced insulation properties are a characteristic feature of our uPVC windows. Especially for homeowners living in tropical climates, installing uPVC windows is a great way to control interior heating and cooling conditions. uPVC windows reduce heat gain during summers while preventing heat loss during winters. Jordan Brother's Windows solutions are engineered to lower electricity consumption for saving up to 35% – 40% on your energy bills.

  • Our proprietary fiberglass material offers insulating properties as well. Durable fiberglass windows are made from a thermoset material, meaning it won’t melt or breakdown when exposed to environmental temperature swings. Jordan Brother's fiberglass is the strongest material available for windows, engineered for lasting durability.



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