Replacement Window Ratings Provide Homeowners with Valuable Information

Reading Window Labels for Replacement Window Ratings

According to NFRC the energy lost through windows represents four to five percent of total annual U.S. energy consumption at a cost of $50 billion.
NFRC Label Shelpful-links-2hopping Guide helps homeowners compare different products and make informed purchasing decisions.

Most window manufacturers have an NFRC label. Below is a link for that can be a valuable tool when buying new Replacement Windows in Atlanta.

Information You Can Trust – The NFRC Label is the only window label that provides certified energy-related performance ratings that are acquired through independent testing of the product.

Under the NFRC program, windows, doors, and skylights – otherwise known as fenestration products – are independently tested, certified, and labeled. This gives homeowners Replacement Window Ratings, which provides them with information on how the product performs. Our label does not recommend which products to buy. 



Energy Star Program Window Replacement Ratings

The experts at ENERGY STAR suggest the following tips to help you select the windows that work best in your climate:

For windows, doors and skylights, the ENERGY STAR program makes sure each product is independently certified to perform at levels that meet or exceed energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Tip #1 – Investigate any federal tax credits, local rebates or other promotions available in your area that you qualify for as a result of purchasing and installing energy-efficient ENERGY STAR windows.

Tip #2 – Ask for ENERGY STAR qualified windows when placing your order. Whether you’re in a showroom or meeting with an individual window installer, make sure you request ENERGY STAR qualified Simonton Windows doors and windows for your home.

Tip #3 – Find a retailer or manufacturer of ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors or skylights at the ENERGY STAR website or by looking up information directly on a company’s website.

Tip #4 – When your windows arrive, make sure to look for the ENERGY STAR label on each window. The label should state that the window is qualified for your specific climate zone area.


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