Windows with Low-E Glass
The "e" in low-e stands for emissivity -the ability to emit radiant energy. A dark asphalt driveway has a high e-factor; it will absorb and emit a great deal of heat. A low-e coating emits almost no radiant energy. The coating is actually an invisible metal or metallic oxide film that's deposited on the surface of the glass during or after the manufacturing process. This microscopic layer allows light (short-wave energy) to penetrate the glass, but blocks most ultraviolet (UV) long-wave energy, which we feel as heat. The benefits of low-e glass include improved energy efficiency, less UV damage, and reduced condensation as compared to older, uncoated windows.
EverLast Basement Windows
EverLast Basement Windows are energy-efficient, vinyl-framed replacement windows. Designed with double-paned, low-E glass, they are much more energy efficient than the single-paned, steel-framed windows that are the industry standard. Designed to replace your rotting, outdated steel and wood-framed basement windows, our windows will never rot, rust, decay or need paint. The double-paned windows can be removed easily for cleaning and maintenance.
Old Window Well
SunHouse Window Well Enclosures are covered window wells -- the perfect thing to replace your corroded, debris-filled metal wells. A clear cover and brightly colored sides and bottom maximize the sunlight directed into your basement for a brighter, more attractive space. Meanwhile, the plastic cover keeps out dirt and debris, while protecting your basement windows from being buffeted by winter wind.