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Benefits of Low-E Argon Filled Glass

Every year, homeowners spend thousands of dollars on their utility bills because of drafty windows that waste energy. If you are interested in the environment, want to reduce your energy bills and consumption, and want to help make the world a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable place for your children, you might want to consider installing energy-efficient low-E and argon-filled glass window replacement by Mr. Roof. These are some potential benefits:

Quality of Windows

Old windows are usually single-paned, which can cause them to become ineffective. This frequently results in heat being lost due to the space that develops on the sides of the windows. But installing argon gas filled windows calls for the superior quality of triple or double pane windows, as they can be filled with the colorless, odorless, and harmless gas. The enhanced quality can help to protect a room from heat loss by lessening the transmission of heat through the window promoting the stability of the temperature inside your home.


When used with the specific low-E glass, argon gas filled windows cause the temperature of your window to become closer to room temperature, which lowers air flow and drafts when contrasting temperatures come into contact with one another. As a result, your home will remain insulated and you will start to use less heat in the winter and less air conditioning in the summer. In addition, the low-E glass protects the interior of your home from fading or discoloration.

Improved Energy Efficiency

With standard windows, the sun’s ultraviolet rays can transmit solar radiation, which substantially increases the heat inside of your home. In addition, UV rays can cause damage to your furniture, rugs, and curtains during the warmer months. But the low-E glass on an argon-filled window increases energy efficiency due to its ability to decrease solar heat gain by reducing the transfer of the sun’s damaging UV light.

Limits Condensation and Frost

The accumulation of condensation and frost on your windows can create moisture, make your home less comfortable and result in heat loss. But low-E argon gas windows drastically reduce the chance of frost and condensation appearing even in the coldest temperatures.

No Deterioration

Unlike oxygen, which can deteriorate the material around the windows and advances the loss of both hot and cool air, argon will not ruin the frame material and can increase the life-span of your windows.

Minimizes Sound Transfer

Along with substantially decreasing the transfer of heat, low-E argon-filled glass windows also deter the transfer of sound through a window. If you have noisy neighbors, installing an argon glass window may be an excellent solution to your noise problem.

Saves Money Now and Later

Even though an investment in low-E argon gas windows is only a little higher than that of a standard single-pane window, the amount of money you will save on your utility bills over the duration of their life will easily justify the installation of these windows.

Window Installers

Choosing to replace your old, outdated windows is one of the smartest home improvement projects you can invest in. Not only will you save money on your energy bills but you will increase the value of your home as well. Choose Mr. Roof to install new windows in your home. We have one of the best warranties in the industry, and we are committed to providing the best customer service in the industry. Schedule a free estimate!