Request A Free Quote
Energy Efficency

Energy Efficency


Why Choose Energy Efficency Windows

Energy-efficient windows are designed to keep your home comfortable and save you money on your energy bills. With multiple panes of glass and low-E coatings, our windows block heat transfer in both directions, so you can stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Meidao windows are also made with high-quality materials that will last for years to come.

energy efficency (1)

Here Are Some of the Benefits of Meidao Energy-Efficient Windows:

▪ Reduced energy bills: save up to 20% on your energy bills.
▪ Increased comfort: keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter
▪ Improved soundproofing: block out noise, so you can enjoy peace and quiet in your home.
▪ Longer lifespan: high-quality materials that will last for years to come.



energy efficency (2)

What Infect the Energy-Efficient Windows?

6060-T66 super fine grade primary aluminum profile.
Business fan corner configuration PA66 nylon round corner protection, safe and beautiful, thoughtful design.
The middle brace is assembled by pin injection process, with high strength and stable structure.
EPDM EPDM automotive grade sealing co extruded rubber strip has good resistance to compression deformation, cold and heat resistance.

energy efficency (3)
energy efficency (4)


According to statistics, building energy consumption accounts for about one-third of the total energy consumption, in all buildings, 99% belong to high-energy consumption buildings, and even for new buildings, more than 95% are still high-consumption buildings.

The Superior Performance of Tps Warm Edge Insulating Glass

energy efficency (4-1)

Energy Efficiency in a Home

There are methods to optimize energy efficiency in a home environment, most easily with new construction. One way is to plan for a building to generate at least as much energy as it consumes. Net Zero homes and Zero Net Ready homes are carefully designed structures that currently or in the future make use of alternative energy solutions such as wind, solar and/or geothermal systems. You don’t need to build a Net Zero home to dramatically improve energy performance in your home. Whether replacing windows in an existing home or designing a new construction, there are plenty of energy-saving windows to choose from.

energy efficency (5)
energy efficency (6)

Energy efficency windows and passive house windows and doors for your reference