Those THINGS Between the Glass

Thursday, October 7, 2010

 Katie 20Pettit  Katie, the Go-to Girl for Windows, writes...

What are those THINGS between the glass?

   Windows are no longer just a no-frills, single pane of glass. There are all kinds of technological advances in the window industry that involve energy efficiency, noise reduction, safety, and weather protection. Glass can be treated with a coating to enhance energy efficiency, or tempered, to make it stronger, but, when considering replacement windows, it's also important to look at those things between the panes of glass. Those things can truly enhance your window experience. 

   Spacers refer to an objects that separate and uphold the space between the glass surfaces of insulating glass.
 
   Most Simonton windows and doors possess spacers placed between the glass that are constructed of thermally resistant materials that can help prevent temperature transmission through the window. Simonton uses several systems to achieve higher levels of energy efficiency, including the Intercept® Spacer System and the Super Spacer® System.
 
Simonton Intercept Spacers
 
superspacer
 
For more information regarding energy efficient products, contact FAS WindowsDoors at 1-888-422-1960. If you have any questions you'd like to submit online, you can always ask our FAS expert! Call us today to schedule your FREE in-home estimate!
 
Katie Pettit 10/7/2010

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