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Energy Efficient Windows

Stop energy from leaking out of windows

Do you need new Energy Efficient Windows?

  • Does your monthly utility bill seem much higher than it should be? 
  • Would you like your home to be warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer?
  • Have you noticed condensation on your windows, or do they stick when you try to open or close them?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may need new windows or perhaps air sealing to fill any drafty cracks

What We Offer

Harvey Classic Vinyl Double Hung Window

The Harvey Classic vinyl double hung window come in a variety of styles, colors and options to meet your custom preferences.

We think being classic means having style and quality that lasts while others fade away, and the Harvey Classic vinyl double hung window lives up to its name. Harvey’s most popular window, the Classic offers a variety of color, grid and hardware options to match the style of any home. The Classic’s sleek fully welded sash and frame provides better performance than ordinary vinyl windows, with an air-tight seal that keeps wind and water where they belong — outside.

Several glazing options are available including Harvey’s ENERGY STAR glazing, surpassing ENERGY STAR qualifications.

What Makes Energy Efficient Windows so Efficient?

Number of glass pane layers

Single-pane windows are inefficient compared with newer double- and even triple-paned windows. Between the panes are inert gases that helps insulate the window. The more panes, the more protection from the cold, with the interior glass staying the warmest.

Insulation of the window frame

The window frame conducts heat that contributes to a window's overall energy efficiency, particularly its u-factor. That measures the amount of heat loss a window permits. The lower the u-factor, the greater a window’s resistance to heat flow and the better its insulating properties.

Reflective material coating the glass

Low-E coatings keep out the summer heat and act like sunscreen for your house. They reflect heat and protect your valuables from harmful, fading ultraviolet light without noticeably reducing visible light. The special coating can reduce fading by up to 75%.