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I have heard that to qualify for the Greener Homes Grant, replaced windows must have a triple-pane. Is this true?
Thank you for sending us this question, Ashley.
For many companies, a triple-pane window is required to meet the new Greener Homes Grant energy efficiency guidelines. However, for us at Nordik, our double-pane does the trick.
In fact, it not only does the trick, in many cases our double-pane and triple-pane windows meet Energy Star's Most Efficient 2021 designation, meaning a maximum financial return through the Greener Homes Grant. The same rating applies to many of our windows, such as bay windows, bow windows and custom shaped windows!
Whether you get a triple-pane window or double-pane window, everything we manufacture meets the requirements necessary for the Greener Homes Grant, so you can rest assured that you are getting the best windows for your home and your energy efficiency.
Thanks for Asking an Expert, Ashley!
We appreciate the question and hope this helps clear up some of the confusion surrounding the Greener Homes Grant. If you have a question for our experts, please feel free to ask in the form below! We’ll get back to you as quickly as we can, and we might even feature your question on our website!
- Do your windows qualify for the Federal [Greener Homes] Grant? If so, what is the rating? Are there different ratings for casement, awning and fixed windows?
- I placed my order before the grant was announced. Our installation is scheduled for (four months from now). Can I still claim the Greener Homes Grant that started June 7th 2021?