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Comfort is key to choosing the perfect windows

A great home offers natural comfort all year long, no matter the climate. Whether it’s blistering heat in the summer or frigid cold in the winter, windows play a pivotal role in maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.

Integrity’s dual-pane windows, made from Ultrex with LoE II coating, absorb heat in the winter and reflect it in the summer, also reducing damaging UV rays. Additionally, our tri-pane windows with argon gas achieve U-Factors as low as .18, making your home a comfortable oasis in even the harshest environments. Many Integrity products exceed ENERGY STAR® guidelines and qualify to be part of an elite “Most Efficient Program” established by the federal government.

Comfort is just one of the factors involved in the window-buying process. For more helpful tips on what to look for when making the purchase, check out our Decide With The Diamond video series hosted by Lou Manfredini.

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Eric Jul 9 2013 12:09AM
No mention of appropriate use of high SHGC coatings? U-Factor is only half the story. Sometimes you want that heat gain!
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