If you’re in the market for replacement windows, you’ve likely focused on finding the style and material type that best matches your home. Another key feature to consider is which type of glass will help keep your home at optimal comfort year round. Glass can affect the amount
of heat or cold that gets inside your home and contribute to energy efficiency.
A major feature of our Low-E insulating glass is that it can be made with argon. But what is argon? We get that a lot.
Argon is a colorless, nontoxic gas that’s denser than air. It’s an abundant atmospheric gas, and it doesn’t react with other elements. Argon also has low thermal conductivity, so heat does not easily transfer across it. This makes the gas perfect to use as a form of insulation in glass because it slows down the transfer of hot air into your home in the summer and slows down the transfer of heat out of your home in the winter.
We use insulating argon between panes of Low-E glass because it
provides numerous benefits to our customers. Some of the most compelling results are shared below.
- Depending on the glass type, Argon blocks 69% to 94% of the
sun’s ultraviolet rays, protecting your home from harmful rays.
- Argon helps keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler
in the summer to help keep you comfortable.
- Better insulating windows can help lower your energy
At Pella, we understand that window and door glass needs fluctuate by the region of the country that you’re located in. That’s why we offer glass options for the climate and weather patterns in Davenport. Just look through our energy efficient glass options for more details. When you select glass for your windows and
patio doors that uses insulating argon, you can rest easy knowing you’ve made a decision that will help improve the comfort and lower the energy expenses for your home. And that feels pretty good.
Pella offers windows and patio doors with advanced Low-E double-pane glass and that are ENERGY STAR® qualified so you can take advantage of energy efficiency and comfort immediately. Want more information about how your glass choice will affect your home? Call our Pella Window and Door Showroom in Davenport for an in-home consultation or to find out more about your next window replacement.