Energy Efficient Glass Options

With multiple glass options to increase energy efficiency, there is a glass package to fit any climate need and budget.

Optional Low-E Glass Packages

Low-E Glass — Low-E glass is coated with a microscopic layer of silver that reflects radiant solar energy while permitting visible light to pass through the glass, providing more comfort and lower energy costs.

Low-E Glass with Argon Gas — Argon gas works like an insulating blanket between two panes of glass to further improve thermal efficiency and decrease outside sound levels.

Ultra Low-E Glass with Argon Gas — Choose our ultimate glass package for optimal energy efficiency and maximum cost savings. Ultra Low-E glass offers three invisible layers of silver coating in addition to the superior thermal performance of argon gas.

Triple-Pane, R-5 Compliant Glass (Series 90 only) — Triple-pane, R-5 compliant glass with Super Spacer sealant system provides industry-leading thermal resistance, noise reduction and protection from the sun. The Series 90 offers this option with both Low-E glass with argon gas or Ultra Low-E glass with argon gas, for the ultimate in insulation.

Low-E Glass Diagram

Low-E In Summer

In the summer, Low-E glass reduces heat gain from the sun to help keep the home cooler.

Low-E Glass Diagram

Low-E In Winter

In the winter, Low-E glass lets the warm, solar rays in while blocking the heat in the home from getting out.

Understanding Condensation

Understanding Condensation

Learn more about the causes of condensation on windows in your home, as well as ways to reduce or eliminate it.

Condensation Guide

Low-E and Argon Gas

Low-E and Argon Gas

Learn how Low-E coatings on glass and argon gas filled between glass panes reduces energy usage and improves the year-round comfort of your home.

The ENERGY STAR program logo


Looking for ENERGY STAR qualified products? Learn more about the climate zones and performance criteria used to identify ENERGY STAR compliant windows and doors.


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

Lansing Care and Maintenance Guide

Lansing Product Care

Lansing windows and doors are designed for easy care and maintenance. Click the button below to download Lansing’s window and door care and maintenance guide.

Download Guide