Everett Energy Efficient Windows
Everett homeowners understand the pressing need for sustainable living in our world today. As a response, many are opting for energy-efficient replacement windows and doors, embracing the cutting-edge technologies they offer. Designed to regulate internal climate, enhance energy efficiency, and heighten property value, these state-of-the-art windows can provide homeowners with up to 30% energy savings.
If you’re an Everett homeowner with outdated windows, Lake Washington Windows and Doors is here to guide you toward the green transformation you’ve been looking for. Contact us today to get started!
Only The Best Energy-Efficient Windows Available in a Range of Styles and Materials
We only stock the top Energy Star-certified window styles and materials on the market. Some styles and materials are inherently more efficient than others. Below is a list of the window styles and materials we offer, arranged in order of energy efficiency:
Energy-Efficient Fiberglass Windows
Milgard’s Ultra Series Fiberglass windows are the frontrunner in energy-efficient frame materials because they expand and contract at the same rate as glass, making them excellent at preventing air leakage, minimizing heat transfer, and reducing energy bills.
Energy-Efficient Clad-Wood Windows
Andersen E-Series clad-wood vinyl windows are manufactured using high-quality wood in various species and finishes and an aluminum exterior to resist water and seal out the elements to maintain efficiency.
Protect Your Everett Home With The Latest Energy-Efficiency Technologies
Energy Star-certified energy-efficient windows are designed to minimize heat transfer using the latest energy-saving technologies, resulting in a comfortable indoor temperature, a reduced carbon footprint, and a lighter load for your HVAC system, reducing energy costs. To minimize the effects of air leakage, convection currents, and solar radiation, each component of an energy-efficient window utilizes one of the following technologies
Multi-Layer Glass Panes – provide significantly better insulation compared to single-pane glass windows. Double-pane and triple-pane windows utilize multiple panes of glass with a sealed compartment between each to reduce heat transfer by allowing fewer UV rays to pass through the window, keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
Gas-Filled Panes – Inert gases like Krypton and Argon are injected between glass panes to further reduce heat transfer due to their ability to slow the movement of hot and cold air significantly. With these inert gases, double-pane windows effectively provide three layers of insulation, while triple-pane windows provide five protective layers.
Window Frame Materials – High-quality frame materials like fiberglass and vinyl expand and contract at a much lower rate than older frame materials like wood, making them a far more stable material, reducing air leakage and rapid heat conduction.
Low Emissivity (Low-E) Window Coating – are microscopically thin layers of transparent metal or metallic oxide between the window panes to reflect solar energy. Low-E coating can increase a window’s energy performance by as much as 40% by reducing its solar heat gain coefficient, the ability to reflect and radiate heat rather than absorb it.
Window Spacers – Non-metal and metal hybrid window spacers are installed between the multi-layer glass at the edges to improve insulation, prevent condensation, and further reduce heat transfer.
Installing Energy-Efficient Windows Since 2009
Countless Everett residents have experienced the transformative power of energy-efficient windows, and you can too. At Lake Washington Windows and Doors, our steadfast commitment to offering unparalleled products and impeccable customer service has earned us a reputation as one of the region’s top window dealers and installation experts.
If you’re in Everett and the surrounding areas, we invite you to schedule a complimentary in-home window consultation to identify the ideal energy-efficient window solution for your home.