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The NFRC can help make energy efficient window choices.

October 2015

NFRC labels provide performance ratings for such products in five categories: U-value, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, Visible Transmittance, Air Leakage, and Condensation Resistance...

At WeatherGard, our windows are certified by the National Fenestration Rating Council, a non-profit organization which provides energy efficiency certification and other performance measurements to window and door manufacturers.

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NFRC labels provide performance ratings for such products in five categories: U-value, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, Visible Transmittance, Air Leakage, and Condensation Resistance. This allows architects, builders, code officials, contractors, home owners, and specifiers to compare the energy efficiency among products, and determine whether a product meets code.

To learn more about the NFRC label watch the video below:

Figure 1 “NFRC Assists You in Making Energy Efficienty Window Choices”, courtesy of the NFRC.
This article was written by WeatherGard and was published in October of 2015.