By using different thicknesses of glass (1/8” on the outside and 3/16” on the inside), sound waves are broken up more effectively, thereby creating a quieter atmosphere inside your home.
Argon gas in injected and sealed between the panes of glass creating a lower U-factor (the lower the better), which is a measurement of insulation effectiveness.
These are high-density, silicon-based spacers dual-sealed between the panes of glass.
Same frame width on both panels (horizontal sliding windows) creates same size glass profile on the top and bottom, eliminating the unequal “high and low” look of the past.
Sound Reduction Windows
These windows contain all of the most important features as requested by our customers, but most importantly, meet the new requirements of the local power companies for more effective insulation. These windows come standard with: