Energy saving insulated glass can add value to your home while significantly reducing utility bills and making your home more comfortable.
To qualify for the Energy Star label, the window must have either a U-value or an R-value, depending on the manufacturer. The U-value measures the heat gain or loss related to the difference in outdoor and indoor temperatures. The R-value is relative to the overall resistence to heat transfer.
Glass Doctor® of Strongsville uses state of the art glass in all of its replacement products. Stop by our showroom to see our wide variety of glass products. If you want to upgrade your windows to the new energy standards please call us for a catalog of our full line of replacement windows.
Low E Glass
Low Thermal Emissivity glass, (commonly called low-E glass), is a quality of a surface that radiates, or emits, low levels of radiant thermal energy. It is especially popular in residential and office applications because it resists ultraviolet light which reduces glare, protects your furnishings against sunlight exposure and reduces cooling costs.
If you're ready to replace your windows with new low-E glass windows, consult with your local Glass Doctor® professional to find the best solution for your home.