Energy Efficient Buildings
Aeroseal Windows & Storefront is primarily focused on providing our clients with high quality commercial windows and doors that are also energy efficient. All of the commercial buildings we do work on turn out to be much more energy efficient than before. When we say a building is energy efficient we mean that your building will keep in the heat in the winter, and the A/C in the summer. This provides you with two benefits: comfort for your visitors/residents and significant savings in energy costs.
Our goal is for you to be satisfied with your new windows and doors, while saving money and increasing business simultaneously. One primary way to keep potential customers in your building is to make it as comfortable as possible. Keeping your building at a comfortable temperature can be a hassle, but we strive to make it as easy as possible for you, by limiting the amount of energy and electricity you use to power the building. If the building stays cool, you don’t need to run the A/C as much, which lowers costs. But in terms of construction, how do we achieve energy efficiency in commercial buildings?
It’s important to realize that on average about 30% of your energy loss comes from windows alone. When we install our commercial windows we use caulk and weather-stripping products as accurately as possible in order to reduce the amount of air leakage through windows. In some cases we also place a reflective film that protects against the sun’s heat. Finally, we recommend products such as an awning or blinds to reduce the incoming heat as well in the summer.
Our doors are installed similarly. Each commercial door has its own insulation to prevent air leakage. We take into consideration the climate of your building and install all of our products accordingly.
If you’re interested in our work, or want to know more about energy efficiency in commercial buildings, then contact us today for a free quote!
Service Area: Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Delaware, Rhode Island, and surrounding areas.
Some of Our Work