Your home’s front entrance commands the most attention from the street. This is why buying a quality entry door is a must. Doing so can boost your home’s curb appeal and value, similar to what energy efficient windows can bring.
On the first part of Statewide Energy Solutions’s special blog about window energy ratings, you learned about what U-factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient are. Also, you discovered that the lowest (best) values of these ratings are practically impossible to find in a window.
U-factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) are the major ratings that determine whether windows can be considered energy-efficient. These measurements can be found on the label provided by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), which every ENERGY STAR®-certified window should have.
Houses in hot climates aren’t doomed to feel like an oven. If you use your windows strategically, you can make your rooms more comfortable while consuming less energy.
At StateWide Energy Solutions, we’re proud of our Texas Energy Maxx window replacement. These windows are built locally in the heart of North Texas and are ENERGY STAR® compliant, which means that if you buy a Texas Energy Maxx unit, you’re not just buying energy efficiency. It means you’re also buying from a local supplier […]