Not all energy-efficient Davis CA specialty windows are the same. Numerous windows are specifically designed for different climates. If you live in the Midwest where it is usually hot and dry, for instance, your window must be able to block outdoor heat to sustain a comfortable temperature inside your home.
That’s why a window with a U-factor and SHGC of 0.3 or lower is beneficial for your home, especially if you live in the northeast region, where it’s typically cold. This can keep the warm air inside your home and the cold air out. (I would relocate these red articles under the specific labels. This content doesn’t really introduce the article clearly)
More people are now replacing their windows with energy-efficient ones because of their many benefits. However, many are still confused about which window to choose.
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), an industry-recognized nonprofit certifying body for windows (and doors), and the U.S. Department of Energy label every product they’ve evaluated with their rating of the product’s performance.
A product with the ENERGY STAR label of the Department of Energy means that the product complies with the strict standards of the government on energy efficiency. NFRC’s label, on the other hand, provides the raw numbers of the window’s performance.
When you go shopping for windows or other products, look for these labels:
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) Label
The ENERGY STAR Label
The ENERGY STAR label means that the product
If you’re looking for a residential window contractor in Davis CA or the surrounding areas that comply with ENERGY STAR ratings and has an NFRC label, choose Renewal by Andersen® of Sacramento.
Get energy-efficient windows with the best performance ratings. Just give us a call for a free estimate on your window project.