New line of high performance windows offers Passive House option

Aug. 12, 2015

Photo via Glo Windows

A new entrant in the high-performance window markets is bringing a European flair to the U.S. market.

Energetechs, a high performance building firm has launched a new division, Glo European Windows and Doors.

“For the past 2 years we have experienced a strong demand for energy efficient and elegant windows supported by excellent customer service. Our new division, Glo Windows meets this demand,” says Mark Wells, vice president. “We are very excited about the direction and future growth of our company.”

Glo European windows feature tilt and turn windows, lift and slide doors, and Passive House Windows and doors.

Wells said the A5 and A7 series from Glo European Windows and Doors are manufactured using thermally broken aluminum frames and premium European hardware. Glo offers 300 standard color options and a variety of hardware selections.

The W5 and W7 series by Glo are manufactured using prefinished wood frames and include powder-coated aluminum cladding on the exterior. There are multiple wood species to choose from including pine, larch, meranti, and oak. The wooden frames are available in a variety of Non-VOC stain options.

The Passive Window series by Glo are manufactured using prefinished wood frames and include high performance insulation and powder-coated aluminum on the exterior.

The D1 series by Glo are manufactured using powder-coated, thermally broken aluminum frames and up to four panes of glass. The D1 decorative doors include hundreds of different styles, handles and color options.

All product series are available in the following styles: fixed windows, tilt & turn windows, European awning, entry doors, folding glass doors and lift & slide doors.

“We are pleased to provide high quality products at an attractive price,” says CEO Russ Hellem. “Glo Windows is experiencing wonderful growth and we are happy to make such a positive impact on our built environment here in the United States.”

Read more about high performance windows and doors.

Topics: Certification / LEED, Doors, Passive House, Thermal Envelope, Windows

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