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TECHNICAL

There are alot of technical questions to think about when buying new windows... In today's home improvement and construction marketplace there are alot of window products. There are even more companies advertising the best product and best prices. So, how do you know what is best to choose and what is important. Windows shouldn't be a painful complicated process! It is important to make the right decision one time so you don't have to think about it again. Windowcrafters with our 35 year long history in Georgia will help you navigate through this process buy making it simple. Nothing confusing and certainly NO PRESSURE. 

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WINDOWCRAFTERS ENERGY STAR QUALIFIED WINDOWS CAN SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY! SAVE UP TO 30% A YEAR WHEN SWITCHING FROM SINGLE PANE WINDOWS. 

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It is important to know where to start and what to consider when comparing winows. When starting the window shopping process look for the ENERGY STAR label and NFRC logo. The NFRC is a non profit organization whose goal is to provide uniform, accurate information about window and door energy performance. The NFRC publishes standards tthat will help guide you in undertading what to look for. The windows NFRC label shows you what to consider. The two most important energy ratings are U-factor and Solar Heat Gain.

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We spend millions of dollars every year to heat our homes and with the high costs of natrual gas and electricity it becomes an issue that affects us all. Windows are very different from walls. They let light in and allow you to see out. This allows for a close interaction with the outside. Insulated walls do not do this. Windows REACT to outside temperatures, sunlight, wind, and rain. If it is warm outside then you will easily feel your home heat up with non energy efficient windows. The opposite ifs true when the cold leaks into your warm winter room. Windowcrafters manufactures double and triple pane windows with insulated glass units utilizing Cardinal Coated Glass products, Dura Platform Spacers and Argon gas fill sealed between the glass panes. 

WINDOW COMPONENTS

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ENERGY STAR WINDOWS

Energy Efficient Windows

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