Window Company in San Diego Reports on Custom Glass Coating to Dramatically Reduce Heat Penetration for Lowering Energy Costs

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Comprehensive Glass Works discusses how to dramatically reduce the need for air conditioning during summer months simply by installing windows with custom coating designed to refract heat.

During the hottest months in Southern California, reducing heat from penetrating windows can save homeowners and businesses thousands of dollars in energy bills. Comprehensive Glass Works provides services that range in all scales of custom glass & window installation, service and repair. Owner, Shakeel Darugar reports on three product lines in particular that have exceptional abilities in reducing heat from penetrating window glass. “Depending on commercial or residential jobs, we use different specially coated window glass for reducing heat penetration. The two different types are Solar ban 60 and Solar Ban 70.”

Extreme Low E glass reduces heat by reflecting ultra violet and infrared radiation. “ We install a double pain window with low-E coating applied to the outer most glass surface on the interior side of the house. Depending on climate, Low E needs to be applied to a specific side of the home,” Shakeel continues. Low E coated glass usually costs about 10-15% more than typical residential window glass. However, leading brands of low E window glass, such as Solarban 60, can reduce penetrating heat by 30-50%. “On average, our customers make the difference in product cost within the first summer season of the new windows being installed. This can vary, however, depending on the quality of the installation process. We are a top rated company with over 20 years of experience installing custom window glass,” Shakeel reports.

For commercial Jobs, the best product line to use is Solarban 70. “Solarban 70 uses the same Low E coating as with our residential brands. The only difference is that these windows are set up to refract heat from the outside and keep heat from escaping on the inside,” Shakeel continues. Typically, only larger complexes, such as industrial buildings will benefit from the offset in energy costs for heating indoor facilities during winter and fall months. “Both product lines work great at refracting heat and reducing the need for air conditioning. In short, our customers save on their energy bill by up to 50% due to installing energy efficient windows by highly skilled and knowledgeable crews,” Shakeel Concludes.

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