Gorell. The new EcoMaster double-insulating high-performance glass system incorporates two panes of glass, argon gas fill, and SolarControl Max low-E coating. SolarControl Max filters out more than 95% of the UV spectrum, the maker says, which translates into a high fade-protection factor in addition to low U-values and solar heat gain ratings. With seven high-performance low-E glass options, more than three-quarters of the maker’s replacement windows are tax credit-eligible. Window options including between-the-glass blinds, easy-cleaning glass, and internal grids let homeowners have energy efficiency and good looks. 724.465.1800. www.gorell.com.

Editor’s note: For the rest of 2009, Remodeling will include a Stimulus products section focusing on tax credit–eligible materials. To be eligible for tax credits, windows and doors must have at least a 0.3 U-factor and 0.3 solar heat gain coefficient, and must be placed in service between Feb. 17, 2009 and Dec. 31, 2010. For more information on provisions for windows and doors in the stimulus package, visit www.thestimulussource.com.