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NEWPRO Windows and New England - A Perfect Marriage

According to the Efficient Windows Collaborative (EWC) standards(1) , Energy Star rated NEWPRO triple pane replacement windows meet the criteria that supports year round energy savings. From heating to cooling, the NEWPRO window NFRC(2) ratings meet and exceed the energy code criteria reported to qualify for a superior performing energy efficient window.

 

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NEWPRO windows are assigned a U-Factor as low as .17 by the NFRC(2). The EWC states a U-factor of 0.32 is acceptable in the northern climate of the country(1). More importantly, they state windows with a U-factor of 0.22 or less provide superior insulation(1). Remember the lower the U-Factor the more energy efficient the replacement window. That means NEWPRO windows are more resistant to heating or cooling loss providing year round comfort and the opportunity for lower energy bills.

NEWPRO windows are manufactured right here in New England at NEWPRO’s own Massachusetts factory for the New England climate.

(1) Be sure to look for the NFRC labels and compare when shopping for your replacement windows. For more information on NRFC ratings visit the NFRC and search for a manufacturer’s ratings in the certified products directory.

(2) The Efficient Windows Collaborative (EWC) provides education, research and policy advice to support the use of energy efficient windows and related design decisions in residential and commercial buildings. The EWC is an unincorporated consortium of manufacturers, home performance contractors, research organizations and others dedicated to increasing the market share of high-efficiency windows.

Visit these great window resources for more information on replacement windows….
http://www.efficientwindows.org/index.cfm
http://www.efficientwindows.org/factsheets_existing/Massachusetts.pdf