Sustainable Design for the 21st Century

EnerLogic Window Films Saves Energy and Money

by Brent Sauser

I had the opportunity to attend the Orlando Home and Garden Show recentlySave Energy 1 and was impressed with the increasing number of Net Zero exhibitors.  Several solar panel exhibitors were present along with others featuring a variety of Energy Star products for the home.  I was very interested to see a few exhibitors featuring high performance window films for existing construction.  3M was there with their noteworthy window film products.  However, I was drawn to the EnerLogic window film exhibit.  They were demonstrating the virtues of their latest window films . . . . VEP35 and VEP70.  They had a sun 2thermal imaging camera that provided the performance evidence of their product versus no film and films by others.  Of particular note is the percentage of ultraviolet rejection, 99% for VEP35 and VEP70.  The solar energy rejected for VEP35 is 76% and 49% for VEP70.  Most importantly is their ability for interior reflectance by keeping a greater percentage of heat inside for colder climates.

This is a terrific Net Zero product for existing buildings that can cut your cooling Money clip art 4bills by 50% and heating bills by 10%.  I encourage you to click on the following links for additional information regarding EnerLogic VEP35 and VEP70.   You no longer need to be held hostage to high solar heat gain in the summer or heat loss in the winter . . . just because your home or building is older.    Adding these window films would be a one-time expense that will pay big dividends for years to come.


Please click on the following links:

EnerLogic VEP35AIMCAL Award

EnerLogic Grant Release

Window Film Performance Comparison Chart

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  • Joann McCraw says:

    Wow, this is really very interesting. I have really been looking for something that can decrease my energy consumption so that my electrical bill will also decrease. Now, i think this is the solution. I want to know more about thiswindow films and i wonder how much would this cost?

    May 2, 2013 at 5:52 am

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