Constructed of transparent glazing film, which encase a durable, lightweight aluminum frame, the Advanced Energy Panels panels have been ingeniously designed to attach (and detach) effortlessly at the inside of any window… regardless of size, age or style!
And Advanced Energy Panels guarantees the same level of reduced utility costs and instant comfort as offered by today’s pricey new windows!
Follow the 4 simple steps to insulate your windows listed on the left and start saving today!
Our clear insulation panels mount on the INDOOR side of your existing windows.
There are three ways to do this:
Choose whichever mounting method is best for your windows. You may choose to mount some windows with one method and some with the other. We’ve shown double-hung windows here, but the same principles apply to casements, sliders, tilting, and picture windows. Blinds or curtains may need to be relocated slightly for clearance.
Once you’ve chosen a mounting method, proceed to step two (measuring) page to see how to calculate the sizes you’ll need.
(the panel is LARGER than the window opening)
Six twist clips (on average) hold the panel tightly against the front molding. (Note that you have a choice of brown or white panel frames and clips.)
(the panel is SMALLER than the window opening)
If you choose the recessed style of mounting, you will need window stops. These may already exist; they are usually next to the moving sashes, along the sides and top of your windows. Advanced Energy Panels rests against the stops. You may need to add window stops and they should be tightly sealed with caulk.
Here’s a close-up view in the lower right hand corner of a window. The stop is a piece of wood, usually about ½” thick.
The stop keeps the moving window sash in place and serves as a solid object against which to put the Advanced Energy Panel if you choose the RECESSED style of mounting.
In the photo, the top of a white Advanced Energy Panel is being positioned against the window stop. Jamb clips will hold it flat against the stop when in place.
Six jamb clips (on average) are screwed to the side jambs; they hold the panel securely against the window stops. (Note that you have a choice of brown or white panel frames and clips.)
Note 1; Friction/compression fit means putting the weather strip around the outer edge of the panels rather than on the back. Using the friction fit method you order panels 5/8″ narrower and shorter than the actual opening size. The weatherstrip holds the panel in place usually requiring no screws or clips.
When you have chosen your mounting method for each panel, proceed to step 2.
Address : Advanced Energy Panels
PO Box 405
Hoosick Falls, NY 12090
Phone : (800) 819-9463
Email : email@example.com
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