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SHGC is the acronym for Solar Heat Gain Coefficient. The lower a window's SHGC, the less solar heat it transmits, and the greater its shading ability.

Marvin's standard glass option is dual pane, insulated, Low E2 with Argon gas. It is a simple means of maximizing your home's thermal efficiency year-round. Low E2 reflects hat back to its source, so summer heat is reflected outdoor and indoor heating in the winter is retained. Low E2 also blocks up to 84% of UV rays to reduce fading and damage to upholstery and carpet.