Energy Efficient Windows
Sustainable Windows: A guide from the Perth Window and Door Replacement Company
Energy efficient windows will make your home more comfortable, dramatically reduce your energy costs and help to create a brighter, cleaner, healthier environment. Windows can severely impact the heating and cooling loads of a building. Did you know:
- between 46%-61% of your homes’ heating energy can be lost; and
- between 79%-86% of its heat gained through windows.
(Source: The SWA Project) Download the SWA Project guide to sustainable window choices:
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Sustainable Window Selections for Perth
Industry studies have identified the Perth metropolitan region as being located in a Mixed Climate Zone referred to as Zone 5. The following recommendations are made for the Perth local region:
- Aluminium Thermally Broken
- Tint + Clear Low-E
- Tint + Clear IGU
- Tint + Clear IGU Low-E
- Source: The SWA Project
Beautiful windows are possibly the most complex and interesting elements in the fabric of our homes. They provide light and fresh air, and offer views that connect our interior living spaces with the great outdoors. However, ordinary windows can also represent a major source of unwanted heat gain in summer and significant heat loss in winter. Today, remarkable new framing and glazing materials have changed the energy performance of windows in a radical way. Contact the Perth Window and Door Replacement company for a free quote to ensure that your selections will help you reduce your energy bills and increase the comfort in your living spaces.
Information has been sourced from the following industry organisations:
WERS: Window Energy Rating Scheme (www.wers.net) The SWA Project: About the SWA Project: The Australian Window Association (AWA) and the Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA) are developing and industry-wide strategy to deliver more sustainable residential building through energy-efficient windows and doors. The SWA project has run over 4000 simulations in all 8 BCA climate zones in 3 hours types with a range of windows to show the impact of high performance windows on the energy efficiency or star rating of the home. All results have been peer reviewed by a panel of Australian and International scientists.