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Customer Experience -- Low-e Storm Windows for Historic Home

Posted by Jay Reyher

Jun 23, 2018 11:11:36 AM

Susan lives in New Jersey.  We asked her to share her experience buying direct from QUANTA and arranging for her contractor to install.  Here is what she told a prospective customer, LeeAnne from Washington, DC:

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Topics: "windows for historic homes", exterior storm windows, low-e storm windows, "architectural low-e storm windows, "historic window preservation"

The Quanta Panel 500 Series

Posted by Quanta Panel2

Jun 20, 2018 10:00:42 PM

The 500 series low-e storm window consists of externally installed products available in three (3) basic styles (corresponding to the underlying prime window):

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Topics: exterior storm windows, energy efficient storm windows, low-e storm windows, energy efficient replacement windows

So What is a Low-e Storm Window?

Posted by Olivia YOUNG

Jun 3, 2018 10:05:13 PM

Storm windows have been around for quite some time.  Traditionally, storm windows were either wood-framed windows that were installed over the existing window to protect the underlying wood window, or were bulky aluminum triple-track structures that were installed on the exterior of existing windows.  While not necessarily attractive, they performed a function.

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Topics: Interior Storm Windows, low-e storm windows, exterior storm windows, energy efficient storm windows, energy efficient replacement windows

Comfort, Performance, Energy Savings!

QUANTAPANEL delivers the same revolutionary window technology that is available from the most advanced replacement windows—but without their high cost. What's more, with QUANTAPANEL, you will not have the household disruption nor architectural inconsistency often associated with the installation of vinyl replacement windows.

So here's the bottom line: You don't need brand-new windows; your windows need brand-new technology.

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