ENERGY STAR Program


Learn how to identify windows and doors that will provide the best energy efficiency and savings for your home.

The ENERGY STAR Climate Zone Map

The Energy Star Program LogoThe ENERGY STAR program for windows divides the country into four distinct climate zones to recognize the varying heating and cooling months among the states. For patio doors, there is only one U-Factor and one Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) requirement for Energy Star compliance.

Please consult your home improvement or new construction professional for specific thermal properties that vary based on glass options and grid choices, and verify your window’s actual performance to ensure Energy Star rating in your specific climate zone.

Learn more about the ENERGY STAR program by visiting their website at www.energystar.gov.

Energy Star Climate Criteria Map
Energy Star Requirements

Window Criteria

The chart to the right provides U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) values used to determine if a window meets ENERGY STAR requirements for a given climate zone.

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Energy Star Requirements

Door Criteria

The chart to the right provides U-Factor and Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) values used to determine if a door meets ENERGY STAR requirements for a given climate zone.

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Energy Efficient Glass

With multiple glass options to increase energy efficiency, there is a glass package to fit any climate need and budget. Visit the Glass section of our site to learn more about available options and energy efficiency.

Learn More About Glass

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Energy Tax Credit

Learn more about the 2020 Energy Tax Credit extension and download the Lansing Manufacturer’s Certification Statement.

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Understanding condensation on windows and doors

Understanding Condensation

Condensation is a direct result of interior humidity and the difference between indoor and outdoor air temperature. Click the button below to download our Understanding Condensation guide for windows and doors.

Condensation Guide