AMAZING OPTIONS & BEAUTIFUL FINISHES
FOR YOU NEXT WINDOW OR DOOR PROJECT
Add an elegant element to your windows and doors with a grid design.
With several patterns to choose from and the benefit of having the grids placed inside the insulated glass unit, cleaning your windows is easy and convenient.
Grids are available in several varieties to include colonial, double-prairie, marginal, and several variants of marginal as well.
For a complete list of combinations please contact a representative.
GLASS TINT AND TEXTURED GLASS
Our variety of pattern glass designs are the preferred options for bathrooms, add character, privacy and dimension to windows or doors. Bronze and grey glass are available. Other glass patterns available upon request. Please contact your Value Sales Representative for more details.
Efficient windows and doors can reduce your utility bill and add comfort to your home. Our products deliver exceptional energy efficiency for savings and home comfort year-round.
Dual and Triple Glazing – Many older windows were built with a single pane of glass. Energy efficient windows use dual or triple pane glass (or glazing) to better insulate and help reduce energy usage in the winter and protect against heat build-up during the summer.
Triple glazing adds a third layer of glass that improves insulating properties, keeping homes in northern regions warmer.
Low-E Glass Coatings – Low-E means ‘low emissivity’ and describes glass that has a solar control coating to improve thermal performance. Glass coating technology has helped create more energy efficient windows.
A thin coating is applied to one side of the glass to reflect heat toward the outside in the summer and keep heat inside the building in the winter. As a result, homes with Low-E glass windows and doors enjoy more consistent temperatures year-round for comfort and energy savings.
Carpet and furniture are also better protected against UV rays and color fading. Low-E366 glass givives you better levels of protection.
Dual Glazed insulated unit that previously were only attainable with our Triple Glazing option. It also offers more light transmittance and less reflectance than triple glazing.
Spacers – A spacer keeps a window’s dual glass panes the correct distance apart for optimal insulation between panes. Too much or too little air space can affect the insulating glass efficiency.
Window spacers provide superior insulating properties with an advanced design to help stop heat flow and reduce condensation. This improves energy efficiency and help extend the life of the glass unit.
U-Factor – U-factor is a measure of heat lost and indicates how well a window, skylight or patio door can withstand heat transfer. The lower the u-factor value, the higher the insulating performance of a building element. U-factors on windows generally range from 0.25 to 1.25.
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) – SHGC measures the amount of solar radiation transmitted through a window, expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat the window transmits.