High Performance2Max Glass
Dual Pane Insulated Glass:
Dual pane insulated glass consists of two panes of glass that are sealed together resulting in one dead air space in between the glass – the dead air space is an insulator. Our overall insulated glass measures 7/8” thick. A dead air space between the glass of at least 3/4” is optimal for allowing air to act as an insulator. Any dead air space over 3/4” does not provide more insulation. Having dual pane glass greatly reduces heat and sound transfer.
Triple Pane Insulated Glass:
Triple pane insulated glass consists of three panes of glass that are sealed together resulting in two dead air spaces in between the glass. Triple pane glass reduces the heat and sound transfer more than dual pane insulated glass.
Low-E stands for low emissivity. It is a very thin metallic coating that allows the sun’s light to pass through the insulating glass, but, at the same time reflects radiant heat back toward its source. It helps keep your home warmer in the winter by trapping radiant heat in your home. And it helps keep your home cooler in the summer by blocking radiant heat from entering your home. The low-e glass provided in your windows results in minimal visible darkening which has been a common problem with some low-e glass. Also it minimizes interior glare, reducing eyestrain and making it easier to watch television or look at a computer screen when bright sunlight fills a room.
Argon is a nontoxic, nonreactive, clear, and odorless gas . It is put in the air space(s) of your dual and triple pane insulated glass. Argon gas is less heavy and slower-moving than air and thus minimizes convection currents within the dead air space. Conduction through the gas is reduced, and the overall transfer of heat is reduced.
Warm Edge Plus Spacer:
The panes of glass in dual or triple pane insulating glass are held together by a spacer. The spacer runs along the entire perimeter of your insulating glass. The edge of the glass is the coldest part of any window. So the spacer is very important. The Warm Edge Plus Spacer System reduces thermal transfer at the edge of the glass by utilizing a unique U-shaped channel to separate the glass panes and interrupt the natural flow of heat to cold. It flexes with glass expansion and contraction to ensure a strong seal for the life of the window.
Optional Advanced Easy Clean® Glass is a remarkable advancement in glass design that eliminates frequent exterior window cleaning. Windows and doors with special Easy Clean Glass require less effort to clean than windows with ordinary glass.
Contractor Series windows are available in two colors:
White Interior with a White Exterior
Beige Interior with a Beige Exterior
Minimums and Maximums
Double Strength standard for Glass UI over 80 inches
Unit Calculations (Equal Units)
Top Sash Glass Width = UW - 5.4375"
Top Sash Glass Height = (UH/2) - 3
Lower Sash Glass Width = UW - 5.4375"
Lower Sash Glass Height = (UH/2) - 3
Egress Width = UW - 7.938"
Egress Height = (UH / 2) - 6.5"
Top Sash Daylight Width = UW - 6.6875"
Top Sash Daylight Height = (UH/2) - 4.25"
Lower Sash Daylight Width = UW - 6.6875"
Lower Sash Daylight Height = (UH/2) - 4.25"
Windows look very nice and they are easy to operate.
Excellent timeliness and quality.
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We were told that the work would be done from outside. When they arrive we were not prepared and didn't have time to get things ready properly.
These are the best windows I have ever had. They don't sweat like other windows.