Low-E Storm Windows

There’s More to Low-E Storm Windows Than Just Savings

What Does Low-E Stand For?

Low-E stands for low-emissivity. It is an extremely durable coating on glass that minimizes the amount of infrared energy that can pass through, without compromising the amount of visible light that shines in. The coating itself is 1/100th the thickness of a human hair, but it has a huge impact on keeping your home comfortable!

What are Low-E Storm Windows?­­

A modern Low-E storm window uses high performance weather stripping to create a tight seal and a layer of insulating airspace between itself and your existing window. They can be installed to either the interior or exterior of your primary window. Low-E storm windows also come with a transparent low-emissivity (low-E) coating that acts as a heat mirror, which keeps the heat outside in the summertime and inside in the wintertime.

 

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How Can I Get Discounted Storm Windows?

  1. Homeowners in Wisconsin can receive 25% off the purchase of up to 15 Low-E storm windows at participating retail locations through March 31st, 2019 or while supplies last.

  2. Find instant discounts on Low-E storm windows at your local Lowes, or The Home Depot* location, or find a Participating Retailer near you.
    *Excludes The Home Depot Hudson and Onalaska locations

  3. Visit a participating location to purchase your discounted Low-E storm windows.

  4. Questions? View our FAQ sheet, email retailincentives@focusonenergy.com or call (800) 762-7077 for more information.

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Eligibility Requirements

Ensure your utility is a Focus on Energy Partner. Participating Utilities

Purchase up to 15 discounted Low-E storm windows through March 31st, 2019 or while supplies last to receive an instant discount, valid only in participating retail locations.

Benefits of Low-E Storm Windows

Save on Heating and Cooling Bills

Installing Low-E storm windows is one of the most cost effective solutions recommended by the Department of Energy with a potential savings (as a percentage of utility bills) of 12% to 33%* annually on heating and cooling bills.
*www.energy.gov

Less Expensive than Window Replacement

Low-E storm windows are a smart investment. Studies have shown that you can achieve similar energy-saving performance to ENERGY STAR® certified replacement windows for as low as 25% of the cost.

Improve Home Comfort

Air leakage accounts for 25-40% of the energy used for home heating and cooling.  Low-E storm windows add an energy-saving layer to reduce drafts, keep out unwanted elements and ensure your home is more comfortable.

Keep Out Unwanted Noise

Low-E storm windows improve interior comfort by reducing exterior noise, so you can enjoy a quiet, comfortable home. The dead air space created when you add a Low-E storm window over your existing window traps the noise of traffic, lawn mowers or loud neighbors, reducing noise by up to 50%.

Sleek & Modern Design

The durable, high-quality finish and low profile design gives them virtually the same visual appearance as new replacement windows. Whether you have single/double hung windows, sliders or fixed panels, Low-E storm windows will mimic your existing window in both look and function.

Versatile and Durable

Low-E storm windows can be installed once and left up year-round. Products are available to match the operation of many types of primary windows, even large picture windows. In addition, each window comes with a limited lifetime guarantee.

A Window for Every Need

Choose either interior or exterior storm windows to achieve your goals. With dimensions to fit any window and the option to tailor fit custom windows, there’s a window for every homeowner’s needs.

Compare Interior/Exterior Low-E Storm Windows [PDF]

Easy to Install

Many people install Low-E storm windows without help from contractors, which provides home-owners with even more cost-effective solutions.

Exterior Window Installation Guide [PDF]