Make the Smart Environmental Choice with ENERGY STAR®
Choosing a window can be challenging – there are a wide range of styles, brands, and options to choose from, and your final decision must match the atmosphere and ambiance of your home.
ENERGY STAR® makes it easy to narrow down the choices related to keeping your home comfortable.
By choosing an ENERGY STAR qualified window, you won’t have to research the impact of all your window choices on your heating and cooling bills.
The ENERGY STAR criteria has optimized the choices for different climate patterns in the U.S. and Canada.
ENERGY STAR products from Pollard Windows & Doors
Pollard is proud to offer customers products that have earned the ENERGY STAR.
ENERGY STAR was created to help consumers easily identify products, homes, and buildings that save energy and money, and help protect the environment.
Products that earn the ENERGY STAR prevent greenhouse gas emissions (or protect the environment) by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Department of Energy (DOE) and are endorsed by the Government of Canada.
Simply look at the ENERGY STAR climate region map below, and verify on the label that the manufacturer has qualified the window for your region.
ENERGY STAR Makes it as Easy as 1-2-3 . . .
Shopping for Windows, Doors and Skylights?
Buy an energy-efficient product and save more money.
- Find the zone where you live or where the product will be installed (see map). The U.S. and Canada have each been divided into different climate zones based on annual average temperature. The Southern Zone (U.S.) or Zone 1 (Canada) is the mildest and The Northern Zone (U.S.) or Zone 3 (Canada), the coldest.
- Look for the ENERGY STAR® symbol in the showroom and on promotional literature, or ask your builder, salesperson, contractor or renovator.
- Make sure that the product model you are buying is qualified for the correct zone, or for colder zones to save even more energy. All ENERGY STAR® qualified windows, doors and skylights have been certified by an accredited agency for their energy performance.