Low-E Doorglass Reduces Heat Loss, Blocks UV Rays
Homeowners can certainly appreciate the challenges that come with heating a home during the colder months. Houses, especially older ones that are poorly insulated, are prone to letting in unwanted cold air. Add increased inefficiency when doorglass panels are installed incorrectly and heat escapes, and you might be a very unsatisfied homeowner during the cold winter months.
ODL’s Low-E doorglass provides an easy solution to these woes. It’s coated with an invisible metallic layer to reduce heat loss, while keeping your house toasty warm when you need it most. In fact, ODL’s Low-E doorglass can reduce heat loss by as much as 71 percent, which can translate into big energy savings.
ODL designed its Low-E offerings with functionality in mind, ensuring that the glass is up to code and certified by the Insulating Glass Certification Council before it can go to market. This means that Low-E can work for you all year long, blocking out harmful ultraviolet rays and helping to prevent fading in floor coverings and upholstered furniture. Not only is Low-E doorglass functional, but it’s aesthetically pleasing as well, and is available in a wide variety of patterns, meaning it’s easy to pick glass that matches your style. You can explore ODL’s Low-E options and more by visiting our website.
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Keith Juhola Keith Juhola is Vice President of Sales and Marketing at ODL Inc., a Zeeland, Michigan-based manufacturer of door glass, tubular skylights, door blinds, retractable screens and other entryway products. He oversees sales, marketing and customer service for its USA distribution business. A salesperson and sales manager for more than 25 years, Juhola has worked for both distributors and manufacturers in the high tech and building materials. www