Magnolia Home Remodeling Group is installing energy star rated replacement windows for your home, helping to reduce your energy costs and increase the style and value of your home. Replace your old drafty windows with new energy efficient custom fit windows from top brands including Andersen, Pella, Alside, Marvin, OKNA, Silverline, Jeld-Wen, Trimline. Top line windows installed by Magnolia Home Remodeling Group provide energy efficient options including double and triple pane glass, Argon or Krypton gas filled chambers, Low-E glass, warm edge spacers, insulated and foam filled frames, double strength glass and more. Our replacement windows are able to achieve some of the best performance ratings in the industry for U-Value and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient.
New windows can make your home quieter, more attractive, and less drafty, and they don’t need painting. Custom fit windows installed help gain energy savings while enhancing the look of your home. All of our replacement windows and new construction windows are carefully measured to ensure a true custom fit.
Windows upgrades that add value include Low-E coatings to improve efficiency, triple glazing to combat winter climates, sashes that tilt in make cleaning easier, and full screens allow optimum airflow when the top window is lowered and bottom window raised. Finer meshed screens let more light through and do not obscure the view as much as standard screens.
Energy Star Replacement Windows Installed
Alside Window Systems, Anderson, Pella, Marvin Windows and Doors, Certainteed, Silverline, OKNA, Jeld-Wen, Trimline, and MI XACT are some of the most well respected and well known window brands in the industry.
These top line manufacturers are Energy Star Rated and provide energy efficient options including double and triple pane glass,
Argon or Krypton gas filled chambers, Low-E glass, warm edge spacers, insulated and foam filled frames, double strength glass and more.
Know Your Window
- Frame provides structure.
- Cladding protects the exterior of a wood or composite window and is made of vinyl, aluminum, or fiberglass, eliminating painting.
- Sash is the moving part of the window; it can be tilted in for easy cleaning.
- Insulated glass Double-glazed windows have a sealed space between two panes of glass filled with air or another gas that insulates better than air. Argon gas is standard on many windows, but the energy savings won’t justify paying extra for it.
- Low-E coating is transparent and improves the efficiency of the glass by reflecting heat yet letting light in. The coating is applied to the outside of glass in warmer climates to reflect the sun’s heat out; in colder areas, it’s applied to the inside glass to keep heat in.
- Grilles are decorative and are available in different patterns to match architectural styles.
Know the numbers
You’ll see these numbers on Energy Star and National Fenestration
Rating Council window labels:
U-factor, or U-value, usually ranges from 0.20 to 1.20. The lower the number, the better the window is at keeping heat in.
Solar heat gain coefficient is between 0 and 1. The lower the number, the better the window is at blocking unwanted heat from the sun. In warm climates, you’ll want the lowest number you can find; in cold areas a higher number is better.
Visible transmittance indicates how much visible light a window lets in and is between 0 and 1. As the number increases, so does the light.
Magnolia Home Remodeling Group offers window brands to your budget and expectations. Additionally, we offer 100% Home Improvement Financing for replacement window projects, with low monthly payment plans. Please call anytime at 855-624-6655 or contact us by filling out a request, and we will schedule a FREE window estimate, explaining all your replacement window options and prices available. We appreciate you considering our company for your window project!
Anderson * Marvin * Silverline * Alside