Thanks for the quick responses Windows on Washington and HomeSealed.
Just spoke to George from Okna windows and he confirmed they don't use the LoE 180/181 glass. He will talk to his technicians to see if they can replicate the solar heat benchmarks in the Guardian glass package they offer.
Thanks, Windows on Washington, that trade off in condensation will certainly have to be considered, it was something that I never thought of as I was myopic in in thought process. You are a true professional and I appreciate you and the others for taking the time to direct me on this journey.
I have a question for Windows on Washington.
You wrote "I would also encourage you to look into air sealing and insulation in your efforts to warm up the home and make it more efficient. Most customers actually get more utility reductions from those efforts."
My question is do you have any recommendations for a local company to do insulation. I would like to have the foam inserted in the existing walls and ceilings as well as under the floors. I have the blown in cellulous in the attic already with mixed results. It seems the walls and floors are the biggest thermal loss areas. Any recommendations?
I did a search, HomeSealed, and thanks again for your impute. Is AGM windows the former contributor to this excellent site? Also, what is the procedure to submit my particular information to this site and work with someone relatively local?
Excellent points by WoW....
If you don't want to wait for the Okna rep to get back to you, just do a Google search as I mentioned earlier. Something like Okna windows florham park
should yield the result that you are looking for.
Another option would be submitting your info to this site, although I'm not sure who would get that in your area.
I have to go out now, but I will return later. Thanks to all once again.
Ciao for now