National Glass Co. specializes in residential window repair and replacement in Salem, Oregon. New windows can make your home more comfortable, quiet, and attractive. 503-585-5357
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If you have any questions, or would like to schedule a free on-site estimate please do not hesitate to contact us.
Mon: – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tue: – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wed: – 9:00am to 5:00pm
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Fri: – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Windows also account for 10% to 25% of your heating bill by letting heat out.
If your home has single-pane windows, consider replacing them with double-pane windows with high-performance glass—low-e or spectrally selective coatings. In colder climates, select gas-filled windows with low-e coatings to reduce heat loss. In warmer climates, select windows with spectrally selective coatings to reduce heat gain.
Did you know that installing a storm door can increase energy efficiency by 45%, by sealing drafts and reducing air flow!
- Let us make this entire process quick and easy so you can focus on what matters.
- Your Comfort and Safety!
National Glass Co. (503) 585-5357
3751 Amber Street Northeast Salem, OR 97301
- We can replace your glass windows the same day.
- Home or residential glass replacement and window pane replacement.
- Do you have "Broken Glass" or "Failed Insulated Glass."
- Do you have "Fogged Up Glass" - When the seal go's bad your insulated glass will start to stain and fog up.
- Does your Stained Insulated glass need to be replaced?
1. Look for the ENERGY STAR® label.
2. Check with local utilities to see what rebates or other incentives are available for window replacement.
3. Choose high-performance windows that have at least two panes of glass and a low-e coating.
4. Choose a low U-factor for better insulation in colder climates; the U-factor is the rate at which a window, door, or skylight conducts non-solar heat flow.
5. Look for a low solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC)—this is a measure of solar radiation admitted through a window, door, or skylight. Low SHGCs reduce heat gain in warm climates.