DOES YOUR HOME GET UNBEARABLY HOT IN THE SUMMER MONTHS?

A new window technology has the answer!

Double pane insulated glass windows are a great investment.  Not only do they add value to your home, but they also save you money on your fuel bills.  As most people know, new windows keep your home more comfortable in the winter months by keeping the cold out and cooler in the summer by keeping the heat out.

What you may not realize is that, in the summer months, the majority of double pane windows allow heat to radiate into their homes and make them uncomfortably warm.

There is a new solution to this problem: LoĒ3-366.   This new glass technology incorporates three coats of silver applied to the interior surface of a double-pane window.  The coating is permanent and won’t degrade.  This intelligent glass coating eliminates up to 75% of the solar gain.

LoĒ³-366 delivers the ideal balance of solar control and high visibility. And it provides the highest levels of year-round comfort and energy savings. It’s also 100% ENERGY STAR compliant

When the temperature soars, ordinary window glass just can’t handle the heat. And tinted glass spoils the view. LoĒ³-366, however, has been specially formulated to reject the sun’s heat without affecting the view. It lets in more light and keeps more heat out, so your home stays cool and comfortable. The patented LoĒ³-366 coating provides the ultimate in performance.

LoĒ³-366 also provides exceptional fading protection. It blocks 95% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, a leading cause of fading, so your furniture, carpets, curtains and wall coverings stay beautiful.

With its additional third layer of silver coating, LoĒ³-366 has a clear coating that blocks even more solar gain, reflects heat, and lets that summer light stream in.  In fact, LoĒ³-366 actually outperforms the tinted glass often used in warm climates.

LoĒ³-366 is the ultimate performance glass, with energy savings throughout the year. It just might make all other low-e glass obsolete.

Written by Randy Lucas, Owner, Signature Window & Door Replacement, Inc.

2019-06-14T13:43:05+00:00 June 14th, 2019|