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Choosing the Right Glass Low-E Glass vs. High-Performance Low-E Glass Low-E (low emissivity) glass is heat reflective glass. Most glass under this category was developed on the east coast, where solar heat gain is desired in the winter. However, the low-E glass also allows solar......

When choosing the best window frame type for your home, it is especially important to consider the factor that could cause the most damage: the weather. In Southern Arizona, the extreme heat and direct sunlight can easily warp and discolor a window frame, as well......

3 Questions to Always Ask Your Tucson Window & Door Replacement Company  Why is your product better than the competition? Why it Matters: You want to make sure you are getting the right product for your home, so understanding the benefits of the product offered......

Tucson Window & Door built its foundation on superior customer service and industry innovation. As a leader in the window and door industry, we pride ourselves in providing a variety of creative solutions with both quality and value to the homeowners of Southern Arizona. From home......

An air leakage rate is a measure of how much air leaks through the crack between the window sash and frame. The rating reflects the leakage from the window exposed to a 25 mph wind and measured in cubic feet per minute per linear foot......

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, or SHGC, is the fraction of the incident solar radiation admitted through a window; both directly transmitted and absorbed then released inward. It is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower a window’s SHGC, the less solar heat......