November 2019


In this Canadian climate, selecting the right windows for your home can be crucial – especially in provinces where the cold weather lasts just a bit longer. While there isn’t one particular window style that is best for winter, it all comes down to the glass option you decide on as it can affect the comfort level of your home. Below are a few things to consider when you are replacing your home’s windows: Low-E Glass  One strategy for regulating the temperature of your home is to consider the direction your windows are facing with respect to each room. For example, if you have large, south-facing windows in your living room, they are likely responsible for a fair bit of heat gain. You may find that this gets quite warm, especially during peak afternoon hours. In the winter, you can take advantage of natural heat gain using Low-E Glass. Dual-Pane…