Skip to Content

Energy-Efficient Glass Options

The weather in the Sheridan area doesn’t bother Pella® windows. Pella of Sheridan offers energy-efficient options for your clients. Our InsulShield® glass features some of our most cutting-edge options for conserving energy—and they’re all designed for specific climates.

Advanced Low-E Insulating Glass

  • Insulates well from hot and cold weather
  • Insulating argon between the windowpanes
  • Two panes of glass with Advanced Low-E protection block 84 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays
  • Three-pane options boost energy efficiency and block 86 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays
Double-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Encompass by Pella®
  • Pella® 250 Series
  • Pella® Impervia® Series
Triple-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Pella® 250 Series
Advanced Insulating Glass with Argon

AdvancedComfort Low-E Insulating Glass

  • Balanced insulation against winter cold and summer heat
  • Insulating argon between the panes of glass
  • Two panes of glass with Advanced Low-E protection shield against 85 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays1
  • Three-pane options boost energy efficiency and block 87 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays1
Double-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Pella® Impervia® Series
AdvancedComfort Insulating Glass with Argon

SunDefense Low-E Insulating Glass

  • Blocks the heat of the sun while providing visible light and a clear view
  • Two panes of glass with SunDefenseTM Low-E protection resist 94 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays1
  • Three-pane options increase energy efficiency and resist 95 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays1
Double-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Encompass by Pella®
  • Pella® 250 Series
  • Pella® Impervia® Series
Triple-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
SunDefense Glass

HurricaneShield® Impact-Resistant Glass

  • A strong choice for locations with hurricane-force winds
  • Exceptionally strong structural polymer interlayer grips glass together if shattered
  • Strong resistance against flying debris and ultraviolet protection2
Double-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
HurricaneShield Glass

Obscure Glass

  • A good choice for private spaces including bathrooms or bedrooms
  • Low-E insulating glass featuring a textured surface
  • Brings natural light in but obscures view
Double-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Encompass by Pella®
  • Pella® 250 Series
  • Pella® Impervia® Series
Triple-Pane Glass Available Product Lines
  • Pella® 250 Series
Obscure Insulating Glass

Laminated Glass

  • Good for improving safety and noise control
  • Polymer interlayer keeps glass together if shattered
  • Reduces outside noise and increases protection from trespassers
Laminated Glass

Tempered Glass

  • Similar to strong safety glass used in cars
  • A good selection in areas where injuries from shattered glass are an issue
  • If broken, it shatters into small fragments instead of sharp shards
Available Product Lines
  • Architect Series®
  • Encompass by Pella®
  • Pella® 250 Series
  • Pella® Impervia® Series
Tempered glass

Natural Sun Low-E Insulating Glass

  • Recommend for cold climates, like the far northern U.S. and Canada
  • Dual-pane: Two panes of glass with NaturalSun Low-E and insulating argon between panes. Stops 69 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
  • Triple-pane: Three panes of glass also available on select product lines for improved energy efficiency. Stops 73 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
Natural Sun LowE Glass

High Altitude Glass

  • For homes and buildings at high altitude, like in the Rocky Mountains
  • Insulating glass is vented to stop over pressurization
  • If argon gas is used, it’s filled to a specific level for higher elevations
High Altitude Glass

STC (Sound Transmission Class) Sound Glass

  • STC sound glass dampens outdoor sounds
  • Available on dual- and triple-pane products
STC glass

Spandrel Glass

  • Used on sections of multi-story buildings to create the visual appearance of a glass wall
  • Typical uses include on the area between floors, columns and ceilings
  • Up to five times sturdier than annealed glass
Spandrel glass windows on a Commercial building

Get a free quote now or stop by our showroom to hear more about which energy-efficient glass could be best for your clients' homes.





1Optional high-altitude Low-E insulating glass does not contain argon in most products. Please see your local Pella® sales representative for more information.
2Available in pine products only.
3Provides less fade and temperature protection than our InsulShield® glass types.