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Pella Corporation

We are Pella Certified Window and Door Installers. Pella Windows offer energy savings for years to come. With multi-layers of glass, it keeps your controlled air in and outdoor air out requiring less hear or air-conditioning for energy savings on your bills. The windows also offer some sun heat reflection which leads to more savings.

What Is the Nfrc? What To Look for on the NFRC Label

The National Fenestration Rating Council® (NFRC) is a nonprofit organization that developed an energy rating program based on “whole product” performance – not just the performance of the glass itself.
The NFRC label is found on every window. It’s the most reliable way to determine a window’s “whole unit” energy performance
All reputable window manufacturers rate and certify their products according to the National Fenestration Rating Council requirements
This letter tells you how well the window insulates
The lower the U-Factor, the more energy-efficient the product is
Pella® products offer some of the lowest
U-Factors in the industry

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)

This letter tells how effective the window is at blocking the sun’s radiant heat
The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat the window allows into your home


When you see this logo on the NFRC label, you can be assured your windows or door meets ENERGY STAR guidelines in your region of the country.

Call us to learn more or get a quote to open the door to energy savings. @korth_painting #korth_painting #pellacertifiedinstaller #pellaenergysavings

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