Low-Emittance (Low-E) Glass
Low-Emittance (Low-E) is a term used for a surface that radiates, or emits, low levels of radiant energy. Emittance refers to the ability of a materials surface to emit radiant energy.
Low-E building materials include window glass manufactured with metal-oxide coatings as well as housewrap material reflective insulation’s and other forms of radiant barriers. In a window, low-e means better insulating value and possible cost savings on energy expenses. Centennial Glass Depot is your source for low-e glass products.
Centennial sells and installs single-hung windows from these quality Canadian manufactures:
- Elite Windows
- Kohltech Windows
- Farley Windows
- Bonneville Windows
- Greenview Windows
- All Weather Windows
Contact Centennial Today
Call Centennial today at 613-738-9500, use our contact form, or drop by our showroom at 855 Industrial Ave. to discuss options and solutions that will work best for your specific needs, timelines and budget.