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U factor – The Lower the u value the better. A good number would be .30 or lower. The U factor measures the ability for a window to retain the heat in your home in the winter. http://ow.ly/JwlZn
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Tough, durable Soft-Lite windows are easy to operate and maintain, and help safeguard our environment. National Award Winner Soft-Lite was named 2014 Energy Star Partner of the Year. http://ow.ly/Jwlln

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Soft-Lite, named 2014’s Energy Star Partner of the Year, makes quality windows and doors that are remarkably beautiful – find out more at: http://ow.ly/Jwl9V

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Look for a window that measures somewhere between .01 cfm and .15 cfm. , that way you will not feel those cold drafts in the winter. http://ow.ly/JwjTf

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Soft-Lite’s award-winning, energy-efficient design and construction will save you money on your fuel bills for decades. http://ow.ly/Jwl13

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Soft-Lite Windows Named 2014 Energy Star Partner of the Year by EPA! http://ow.ly/Jwkfc

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Air Infiltration- this is the most important number of all, if a window is leaky and lets in cold air in the winter, the U factor and SHGC are meaningless. Windows are tested with a 25 mph wind to see how much air leaks around the weather strip. http://ow.ly/JwjwD

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SHGC – this stands for solar heat gain coefficient. It measures the ability to keep the heat out in the summer. A good number would be .30 or lower. If the window faces south or west and gets a lot of Sun .20 to .26 would be preferred. http://ow.ly/Jwjli

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U factor measures the ability for a window to retain the heat in your home in the winter. Aim for .30 or lower. http://ow.ly/JwiWc ... Lower the better!
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