High Performance Glass Options
We know how important energy efficiency is, and our standard LoĒ²-272 glazings are a simple means of maximizing your home's thermal efficiency. LoĒ²-272 reflects heat back to its source so summer heat is reflected outdoors and winter indoor heating is retained. At the same time, 84% of the sun's UV rays are screened to reduce fading and damage to upholstery and carpets. Argon gas and a warm edge spacer are also standard features. It all adds up to enhanced performance and long-term savings for you.
Our optional LoĒ³-366 glass provides increased performance for heat gain and high sun exposure locations. This top-performance glass is formulated to reject solar heat while letting light in. With
LoĒ³-366 glass, light and visibility are maximized, 95% of the sun's damaging UV rays are blocked, and most importantly, you and your home stay cool and comfortable.
A "Star" Performer
Owning and maintaining a home is the single biggest investment and expense for most individuals. Improving energy efficiency and reducing energy bills is one of the main reasons homeowners replace their old, inefficient windows. Choosing Infinity for your window replacement project is an investment in the long-term energy efficiency and comfort of your home.
ENERGY STAR® Rating
Infinity® from Marvin exceeds the performance requirements for energy reduction set down by the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in their Energy Star ratings. And, Infinity qualifies for the Energy Star rating in all U.S. climate regions.
The not-for-profit National Fenestration Rating Council sets standards for the window and door industry. Infinity earned one of the highest possible ratings for energy performance. The ratings measure light transmission and heat loss or gain under varying conditions.
Because Infinity products are highly energy efficient, they qualify for up to $500 in tax credits under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 reinstating the energy efficiency tax credits for windows and doors, which had previously expired at the end of 2011. To learn more about qualifying for this tax credit visit our tax credit page.