Low-E Glass

Upgrade Your Home

Low Emissivity (or Low-E) glass, one of our upgrade options, provides the ultimate in energy efficiency for your home. These windows, which can be single or double pane, are made with specific glass layered with a thin, transparent coating that reflects heat, protecting you and your home from drastically changing temperatures.

Go Green

Low-E glass was created with one purpose in mind: limit the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can easily pass through a standard single or double pane window. This means that not only can you better regulate the temperature inside your house year-round, but you can also have better overall energy efficiency – which can save you money in the long-run.

Low-e windows outdoor
Low-e windows outdoor

Our services

Our services include replacing your usual windows with one of our Low-E variations, repairing damaged Low-E glass, or repairing this glass if it is well-loved.


Our Low-E glass comes in two variations: LoE-270 and LoE-366. How much protection you want?

Compare Our Options


SHGC: 0.37

U-Value: 0.14

VLT: 0.7

Blocks 83% of ultraviolet rays

Standard Single Pane
SHGC: 0.86
U-Value: 0.71
VLT: 0.9

SHGC: 0.27
U-Value: 0.05
VLT: 0.65
Blocks 95% of ultraviolet rays

Standard Double Pane

SHGC: 0.78
U-Value: 0.58
VLT: 0.82

What to Look For

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): Solar radiation that can penetrate the window. The lower this coefficient, the better your window is at preventing solar heat transmission. U-Value: Heat loss rating – the lower, the better Visible Light Transmittance (VLT): Measure of visible light. The higher the VT, the more visible light. Light to Solar Gain: Ratio between VLT and SHGC