PRECEDING TRADEMARK 2019

 

 

 

 

Styline™ Door and Window Systems, Inc.

420 E. Easy Street, Simi Valley, CA 93065

Phone: (805) 522-6300

Email: sales@styline.us

 

 

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HELP FORUM

This forum is intended to help customers find answers to frequesntly asked questions and or conerns.

Understanding NFRC Values

Energy values can be very confusing. We suggest that you ask questions here in this forum in order for us to help.
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What are your prices?

What is the cost of Stylines Door and window systems?
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Size Restrictions

What are the size restrictions for your system?
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  • stylelinewindows
    Nov 22, 2018

    Styline™ can be built to unusually large size specifications. The maximum size per panel is typically determined by the availability of glass size. We can source our glass from the US where Low E glazing is available in sizes up to 8’ x 12’. Regular dual insulated glass is available in larger sizes, but becomes more expensive as it has to be imported from outside the USA. Exact per panel sizes are available in the "standards and options" link on every products page.
  • stylelinewindows
    Nov 22, 2018

    You may have heard it described as the NFRC label. NFRC stands for National Fenestration Rating Council® . This independent, nonprofit organization rates and certifies windows and doors according to strict requirements. The NFRC doesn’t recommend which windows to buy. Instead, it helps you do an apples-to-apples comparison of different brands and styles. At first glance, though, the NFRC label can be a bit intimidating. We’ll help you decode it. The NFRC’s ratings measure: U-Factor. This tells you how well the window insulates. The lower the U-Factor, the more energy efficient the window. Solar heat gain coefficient. This measures how effective the window is at blocking the sun’s radiant heat. The lower the solar heat gain coefficient, the less solar heat the window allows into your home. Visible transmittance. This quantifies how much light the windows allow into your home. Windows use various degrees of tinting to control energy efficiency and solar heat gain. The lower this number, the more tinting you’ll notice.
  • stylelinewindows
    Nov 22, 2018

    The National Fenestration Rating Council is a non-profit organization that establishes objective window, door, and skylight energy performance ratings to help you compare products and make informed purchase decisions. The NFRC doesn’t recommend which windows to buy. Instead, it helps you do an apples-to-apples comparison of different brands and styles. Door and Window products can sometimes be required to have NFRC labels in order to be compliant with your states regulations.