Energy Efficient Windows and Doors
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Studies have shown that over 40 percent of a typical home’s annual energy budget is consumed by windows and doors. ENERGY STAR-labeled windows and doors are twice as efficient as those manufactured just 10 years ago, and 40 percent more efficient than products manufactured using common building code guidelines. Our energy efficient windows and our energy efficient doors are guaranteed to help you save money on your utility bills as well as protect your home!
Our Low-E products are often referred to as sputtered (or soft-coat), due to the glass coating process. This type of product, sometimes called spectrally selective Low-E glass, reduces heat loss in winter and reduces heat gain in summer. Compared to most tinted and reflective glazing, this Low-E glass provides a higher level of visible light transmission for a given amount of solar heat reduction.
We were lucky enough to join Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend to showcase our SolarMax impact resistant – insulated glass in full effect! In the video we give a visual demonstration of how the SolarMax glass keeps your home insulated, and keeps your pockets full!
FHIA’s frames are built out of a sturdy vinyl. Vinyl or to be exact, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) provides insulation and protection and the galvanized steel reinforcement is three times stronger than the aluminum that most of competitors use.
Vinyl insulates over 200 times better than steel and more than 1000 times better than aluminum! Vinyl is highly resistant to scratches, dents, and even discoloration. Vinyl windows are designed to provide the industry’s BEST in energy efficiency standards!
We are confident in the quality and performance of our Solar Max glass package and we have seen a large decrease of energy consumption for heating or cooling costs for the residence during the 12 month period beginning with the first full month after the effective date.
In climates that mainly require cooling, windows have represented a major source of unwanted heat gain. In recent years, windows have undergone a technological revolution. It is now possible to significantly reduce solar heat gain and improve comfort while providing clear views and daylight. In warm regions, this means that high-performance windows can face into the sun if desired without great energy penalties — although shading techniques remain important.
We offer free in-home estimates for whatever project you may be planning.