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Milgard Energy Efficiency
ENERGY-EFFICIENT WINDOWS FOR BETTER VIEWS AND COMFORT
Cut heating and cooling losses with the best glass in the industry: Milgard SunCoat™ Low-E all climate, all-season glass. It's the "clear" glass choice for energy-efficient windows that give you year-round comfort. You'll find it on all Milgard insulated windows. Not only does it make Milgard windows more energy efficient, but it also protects your carpet and furniture from fading. SunCoat Low-E blocks infrared light and reduces ultraviolet light.
SunCoat
Now standard on all
Milgard windows & doors.
WHAT IS SUNCOAT™ LOW-E?
SunCoat Low-E is a clear, low-emissivity coating applied to one side of the glass in Milgard's dual-pane windows. This microscopically thin coating filters the sun's energy in the summer and reduces heat loss in the winter, making even energy bills look better. Low-E has been a product usually recommended for cold climates. Now with Milgard's introduction of SunCoat Low-E glass, you can use this product everywhere, from the heat of Southern Nevada desert to the cold of Chicago and Alaska winters.

You can get even greater thermal performance with the addition of argon gas to Milgard's standard, dual-pane, SunCoat Low-E insulating glass. In fact, Milgard's vinyl and fiberglass insulated windows have even been recognized by Energy Star® for their exceptional energy-saving qualities in your home.

The Benefits of Milgard SunCoat Low-E Glass Are Clear
  • Reduces solar heat gain for lower summer cooling costs
  • Helps block heat loss for lower winter heating costs
  • Reduces harmful UV rays that fade carpet and furniture by up to 78%
Benefits of SunCoat Low-E Benefits of SunCoat™ Low-E
  1. 1. SunCoat Low-E allows most natural light to enter freely but absorbs a significant portion of short-wave heat energy.
  2. 2. In the summer, long-wave heat energy radiating from objects is reflected back outside, lowering cooling cost.
  3. 3. In winter, internal long wave heat energy is reflected back inside, lowering heating cost.
ENERGY SAVINGS
Windows can account for up to 30% of the annual energy consumed in a home. In the summer, Milgard's SunCoat Low-E keeps your home cool and comfortable by rejecting the sun's heat and damaging rays. In the winter, SunCoat Low-E helps your home stay warm and cozy by blocking heat loss to the cold weather outside.

Heating and Cooling Energy Savings* (Percentage of dollars saved over ordinary glass. Savings by market.)


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