Energy Efficiency for Savings
Save money on your monthly energy bills with energy efficient windows & patio doors. Virginia homeowners turn to Renewal by Andersen for energy savings. Do you?
Energy costs are at an all time high. The only real solution is to use less energy, but that can be difficult, especially in the summer in the Northern Virginia-DC area when air conditioning is a must. Renewal by Andersen replacement windows are designed with energy efficiency in mind. They utilize advanced materials that help limit the amount of energy needed to keep a comfortable living environment. These materials, namely Fibrex® material and High Performance™ Low-E4® glass, will help you save money on your energy bills. When you choose Renewal by Andersen replacement windows in DC or Virginia, you will enjoy many years of indoor comfort, low-maintenance, and energy efficiency.
Renewal by Andersen offers to distinct energy efficient glass packages. Here is a brief look at the benefits of each:
- High Performance™ Low-E4® glass is 45% more energy efficient in summer and 56% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.*
- High Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass is 70% more energy efficient in summer and 45% more energy efficient in winter as compared to ordinary dual panel glass.*
When combined with Fibrex, which blocks thermal transfer nearly 700 times better than aluminum to help reduce heating and cooling bills, these glass packages will help you to stop worrying about next month’s bills and focus on your beautiful, comfortable home.
To learn more about the energy efficiency of Renewal by Andersen replacement windows, call Renewal by Andersen of Northern Virginia-DC at (571) 374-1214. Our windows specialists will be happy to discuss your windows and the type of savings you can expect to see when you install replacement windows.
*Values are based on comparison of Renewal by Andersen® double-hung inserted window SHGC to the SHGC for clear dual pane glass non-metal frame default values from the 2006 and 2009 International Energy Conservation Code.