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  1. SolarControl Plus Low-E Coating On Two Glass Panes

  2. Argon Gas Between Glass Panes

  3. PG Intercept® Spacer System

Energy-Efficient Windows with Energy Master III Low-E Glass

A popular glass choice of consumers buying Gorell windows and doors today is Gorell’s argon-filled, triple-glass system, Energy Master® III. This high-performing glass provides superb levels of comfort in the home as well as excellent cost savings by lowering home energy consumption. It’s a great choice for any part of the country because of its ability to retain interior heat in cold weather and reflect exterior heat in warm weather.

Energy Master features Gorell’s SolarControl Plus® low-emissivity coating on two glass pane surfaces and argon gas in the two air spaces between the panes.


The glass in the windows you purchase has everything to do with the energy cost savings and level of comfort you will experience with your new windows. Clear double-insulating glass is standard on Gorell windows and doors, but you need a Gorell high-performance Low-E glass system for a real difference in energy efficiency.

To see how Gorell products perform with the various glass options, we encourage you to review the "Whole-Window" U-values of our products. These ratings are used by the National Fenestration Ratings Council (NFRC) to qualify windows for the ENERGY STAR® label. The lower the U-value rating, the more your new windows will lower your energy consumption.

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Energy Star® Qualified Windows From Gorell

Ask about Gorell ENERGY STAR® labeled vinyl windows. Practically every vinyl window made by Gorell incorporates one of our many high-performance glass systems with low-emissivity glass and argon or krypton or a blend of the two gases. These glass systems qualify our products for the ENERGY STAR label. Gorell ENERGY STAR labeled products make your home more comfortable and lower your energy costs!

Manage High Home Energy Costs

Tyson Schwartz, of Gorell Windows & Doors, addresses ways to manage high home energy costs through window replacement.


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