Heating In Winter
In the average Canadian home, space heating and cooling account for approximately 60% of its annual energy consumption and in most homes, the exterior doors, patio doors and skylights can account for a significant percentage of the annual heat loss. By installing high-performance products, that annual heat loss can be cut drastically. In fact, depending on house design and existing levels of efficiency, opting for high performance can yield an immediate savings on space heating costs.
Cooling In Summer
And it doesn’t stop in winter. Summer cooling costs can also be reduced as high-performance units work equally well at keeping the heat of summer out. The same low-E coating that keeps infrared heat in during winter, keeps unwanted reflective heat out in the summer. The inside stays cooler and cuts down on the workload place on air conditioning equipment.