Energy Efficiency - A kilowatt saved is a kilowatt earned......

Now, more than ever, energy efficiency is one of the most important considerations for customers making a window purchase decision.

Green Energy Windows incorporates the latest in proven, cutting-edge technology to provide our customers with the very best in energy performance in any climate.

It does not matter whether you are in the far reaches of Northern Australia, in the middle of the desert, or in the Southern parts of Tasmania, we can design a window to meet your exacting requirements, at a very competitive price.

With Green Energy Window’s proven track record in providing energy efficient windows, your windows will soon become Energy Saving Windows and will save you many $100’s of dollars.

Windows Can Account For Up To 30% of Energy Consumed Annually.

Studio Corner
Windows can be a major source of heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. The principle energy concerns for windows include U-Value and Solar Heat Gain (SHGC).

U-Value measures how well a window prevents heat from escaping the home. Solar heat gain measures how well a window blocks heat from the sun.

These values are expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower the value, the better the window is at preventing heat loss or blocking the sun’s heat. Look for these factors when comparing different windows and options.

You can find our window performance measurements for each of our product lines.

LoeE Summer 1

In warm weather, Low-E glass reflects the sun's heat and reduces solar heat gain.

LowE Winter 1

In cold weather, Low-E glass reflects the heat back into the home, reducing heat loss.

Window Materials Influence Efficiency
With today’s advanced window systems, there are many features to consider when deciding on the right window for your home. Window frames come in several different materials and vary in performance.

Artisan colonial
With the glass making up the greatest proportion of the window, you should review all of the glass options available—from Low-E coatings and tinted glass to double glazing with warm edge spacers.
An energy-efficient window is one that helps to minimize the use of artificial heating and cooling in a building.

Lower energy bills.
Our standard double glazing and CôsE insulating glass helps cut your heating and cooling costs by up to 30%.

Better insulation for a more comfortable home.
Composite and vinyl windows insulate up to 1,800 times better than standard aluminium windows, so you will enjoy more consistent temperatures in your home year round.

Test Facility
Help eliminate annoying drafts.
All products are tested in state-of-the-art facilities to make sure they meet or exceed industry performance standards, so you can be assured they will perform for years to come.

With Green Energy Windows, energy efficiency is number one.

Our windows will make your home more comfortable by reducing energy costs and help to create a brighter, cleaner, healthier environment.

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