See a better future through our energy windows and doors.
- Efficient & Environmental
Our energy efficient replacement energy windows will save
you money. Up to 30% of your energy loss can be through your windows. New energy windows can save you a lot of money especially
with the rising cost of energy. Windowcrafters replacement energy windows can meet and exceed ENERGY STAR® ratings; featuring
our warm edge spacers and Cardinal 366 glass. Energy windows, or Green Windows, means lower utility bills and having
a more comfortable year round environment in your home.
|Energy Efficient Green Windows
|Envirosealed Windows reduce CO2
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Energy Efficiency and Energy Savings.
Your new energy windows will have an impact far beyond the rooms
where they are installed. Energy-efficient windows guarantee lower energy bills, a lower environmental impact and, most importantly,
a greener future. Homeowners
lose a good part of their heating and cooling dollars due to window inefficiencies.
Envirosealed Windows™ with Dura Platform spacers efficiently insulate your home,
greatly reducing energy consumption, saving you over $200 a year in energy costs. And, as important as saving money is, more
efficient green windows also allow you to produce less harmful gases such as CO2. This means your savings will be seen well
beyond your energy cost. In fact, if every home in America had the most efficient warm edge spacers, we could save the environment
over 56 million tons of CO2 a year.
Efficient Envirosealed Windows create a more comfortable environment
inside your home and out. To learn more about lowering your impact and your energy costs, with green windows, call the Atlanta
Window Factory today.
windows use Dura Platform spacers for green windows performance. Our Dura Platform spacer options includes DuraSeal for superior
perfromance and Duralite the best warm edge system on the market today.
Windows™ reduce CO2 emissions by up to 1600 pounds per home per year.
Envirosealed Windows can save you up to $205 a year in energy costs.
It would take 11 million trees to absorb the CO2 produced
in one year by inefficient windows.