EnergyMaxx Glass Packages
Preservation Windows offer optional high-performance glass packages that combine our SST warm-edge spacer system and UV-filtering multiple layer Low-E glass with argon or krypton gas, in dual- or triple-pane insulating glass units. All are ENERGY STAR® qualified, reducing your heating and cooling costs; while making your home more comfortable.
The EnergyMaxx insulated glass package in Preservation Windows features multiple layer low-emissivity (Low-E) glass, the latest advancement in glass coatings. Annealed flat glass is vacuum coated with multiple layers of silver and titanium that combine to create high-efficiency glass with unsurpassed properties of energy efficiency, UV reflection, clarity, damage reduction and visible light transmittance. The result is added comfort and energy efficiency in both the winter and summer.
EnergyMaxx glass has patented coatings that reflect your home's heat back into the room during the winter and repel the sun's heat and damaging rays in the summer.
There's an ENERGYMAXX Insulating Glass Package suited for your region
EnergyMaxx 4 features a 1" single-surface multiple layer vacuum-deposition Low-E insulating glass unit filled with argon gas. It delivers performance up to 34% more energy-efficient than standard double-pane glass units.
ENERGYMAXX SC ELITE
EnergyMaxx SC Elite incorporates two panes of multiple layer vacuum-deposition Low-E insulating glass filled with argon gas and provides performance nearly 38% more energy-efficient than standard double-pane glass units. EnergyMaxx SC Elite's enhanced solar control helps "beat the heat" on hot summer days.
EnergyMaxx 7 is 55% more energy-efficient than standard double-pane glass systems. It combines two panes of multipe layer vacuum-deposition Low-E glass with an interior glass pane and two insulating chambers of argon gas. The result is a triple-pane insulating glass unit that saves substantially more energy than standard insulating glass.
EnergyMaxx 10 is our ultimate glass system - delivering performance 59% more energy-efficient than standard double-pane glass systems and nearly 80% more than clear single-pane glass units. This technology combines two panes of multiple layer vacuum-deposition Low-E glass with an interior glass pane and two insulating chambers of krypton gas. The result is a triple-pane insulating glass unit that delivers ultra-high energy efficiency.