According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heat gain and heat loss through windows are responsible for 25%–30% of residential heating and cooling energy use.

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Our Glass is First Class

Champion's Comfort 365 Window® Glass features a specialized coating process and an insulating argon gas filling for low emissivity. Our Low-E glass technology keeps you and your home warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and allows natural light in while blocking 95% of harmful UV rays.

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Energy Efficient Features

In addition to our Comfort 365 Window® Glass, Champion incorporates a host of energy efficient features in our Energy Star certified windows. Learn more about these efficient characteristics below.

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Insulated Glass

Argon gas-enhanced Champion Comfort 365 Window® Glass filters out UV rays and keeps your room comfortable.

Windows Built for Comfort & Energy Efficiency

Our commitment to energy efficiency goes well beyond the glass we use. Each and every Champion window features a superior-quality frame for strength, performance and beauty, and incorporates unique features to make your home more comfortable and your energy bills less expensive.

The Importance of Proper Installation

Gaps, weak seals, and other installation issues can affect the energy-efficiency of your windows. This is why Champion takes the time to get exact measurements and follows a thorough step-by-step installation process, ensuring a weatherproof fit every time.

See How Much You Can Save

Want to see how much you can potentially save? Try our Energy Savings Worksheet. If you're ready for a more accurate estimate of your potential savings, schedule your free in-home estimate.

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The heating bill for this house ran $600 to $800. I was shocked when I got my first bill, which was only $210.

– Peggy C.
Cincinnati, OH

My December electric bill was $374. Installed Champion Comfort 365® Windows January 3rd. My January electric bill was $274.

– Ouida S.
Greensboro, NC