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  • By 7016495543
  • 05 Jan, 2018

Lo-E Glass 

 Q: What does "low-E" mean?

A: Low-E or low emissivity glass has a reflective coating. In cold weather, it holds in the heat by reflecting it back to its source. When cold, the low-E coated glass blocks UV rays and permits 95% of natural light to pass through it.

Q: Can I add window film or tint to my insulated glass?

A: No. When window films and tint are applied to insulated glass or low-e glass, it can cause a buildup of heat between the film and the glass. This heat buildup results in stress cracks, failure of the thermal unit and a buildup of moisture and will void your warranty on the window. We suggest factory tinted glass which is not affected by these shortcomings.

Any questions, Call us at Hometown today,   (920)887-3757 

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By 7016495543 08 Jan, 2018

What Should Be On Your Car Tool Kit List?

Your emergency car tool kit should include these items, preferably stored in the passenger compartment in case your trunk becomes frozen/jammed…

  • Windshield scraper and/or small broom to remove snow and ice.
  • Shovel, to help you get back on the road.
  • Snow salt, sand, or cat litter for traction.
  • Tow chain or rope.
  • Jumper cables.
  • Emergency flares and reflectors.
  • Fluorescent distress flag.
  • A whistle, to help you gain attention in emergency.
  • Flashlight.
  • Cell phone adapter that plugs into the car cigarette lighter.
  • Battery powered radio.
  • Matches and small candles.
  • Pocket knife.
  • First aid kit, and any necessary medications.
  • Extra hats, socks, mittens, and winter wear.
  • Emergency rain poncho.
  • Blankets or sleeping bag.
  • A few bottles of water.
  • Snack foods that can be eaten hot or cold, like raisins and mini candy bars.

By 7016495543 05 Jan, 2018
 Q: What does "low-E" mean?

A: Low-E or low emissivity glass has a reflective coating. In cold weather, it holds in the heat by reflecting it back to its source. When cold, the low-E coated glass blocks UV rays and permits 95% of natural light to pass through it.

Q: Can I add window film or tint to my insulated glass?

A: No. When window films and tint are applied to insulated glass or low-e glass, it can cause a buildup of heat between the film and the glass. This heat buildup results in stress cracks, failure of the thermal unit and a buildup of moisture and will void your warranty on the window. We suggest factory tinted glass which is not affected by these shortcomings.

Any questions, Call us at Hometown today,   (920)887-3757 

By 7016495543 11 Sep, 2017
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By preston.filbert 13 Jul, 2017
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