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Titan offers local sourcing and installation of High Quality Windows and Doors.

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Titan Doors

Titan works with local door manufacturers in and around Chicago. Moreover, we offer free estimates on all our new and replacement door products. So, whether you are looking for Entry doors, Storm Doors, Sliding Glass Door, or Custom Wood Doors; Titan has a total door solution for you.

Partners

  • Albany

Titan Roofing

Titan offers a host of roofing replacement and repair solutions. Let us earn your trust.

Titan Windows

Titan works with local window manufacturers in and around Chicago. Moreover, we offer free estimates. Whether you want a custom or standard fitting window; windows with grid styles, energy efficient gas filled, or neat glass self cleaning technology. We have a total window solutions for you.

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Garage Doors

Titan works with American Garage Door manufacturers to provide our customers with locally sourced quality crafted garage doors.

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Titan Doors

Remember, Titan works with local door manufacturers in and around the Chicagoland area like Albany door. Moreover, we offer free estimates on all our door installation and repair products. In fact, whether you are looking for Entry Doors, Storm Doors, Sliding Glass doors, or Custom Wood or Fiberglass Doors; Titan has a total door solution for you.

Partners

  • Albany

Windows

Titan Windows

Remember, Titan works with local window manufacturers as well in and around Chicago. Most importantly, we offer free estimates. In fact, whether you want a custom or standard fitting window, windows with grid styles, energy-efficient gas-filled, or neat glass self-cleaning technology, we have got you covered. In short, we have a total window solution for you.

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Garages

Titan Garage Doors

Titan works with local garage door manufacturers. In fact, we have a special relationship and pricing with Chicago Garage Doors. Moreover, we offer free on-site estimates on all our garage door installation services. So, whether you are looking for garage doors with raised panels, wood plank accents, high-definition fiberglass, or recessed paneling, we have a solution for you.

Our Styles

  • Raised Panel
  • Stamped Carriage House
  • Stamped Shake
  • Skylin Flush
  • Accents Woodtons | Planks
  • Overlay Carriage House
  • Overly Recessed Panel
  • Full-View Aluminum
  • High-Defintition Fiberglass

Roofing

Titan Roofing

If you are looking for a world-class GAF-certified roofing company, then you came to the right place.

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Remember that Titan Windows and Doors division is committed to bringing you great windows at prices that won’t break the bank. Indeed, our window specialists have over 20 years of experience and have built a reputation for excellence and quality. 

First and most importantly, our windows exceed the current ENERGY STAR requirements and are rated as some of the best windows in the industry. Moreover, they are elegant and are of very high-quality construction, more energy-efficient than our competitors, and are easy to operate and maintain.  Furthermore, Titan’s non-prorated warranty means you get the full life of your window’s warranty, unlike other competitors’ limited warranties.

Lastly, whether you are looking to replace old siding, windows, or doors or are working on a new construction project, our contractors will help you choose windows and doors that make you want to come home.  In short, let us earn your trust.

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If you are looking for Vinyl Windows, Aluminum Windows, Casement, Double Slider, and Double Hung, then we have a solution.  Moreover, with a variety of GRID OPTIONS and GLASS PACKAGES we can help you find windows and doors that will work for you.

GLASS PACKAGES: Coated Glass (laminated and float glass also available)

Glass Performance: Analysis of various efficiency and solar factors
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE3-366
VISIBLE LIGHT
Tranc- mittance
90%
82%
76%
65%
EXTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
11%
INTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
12%
FADE TRANSMISSION
UV
0.71
0.58
0.50
0.05
ISO
0.84
0.75
0.68
0.43
SOLAR
Heat Gain Coefficient
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.27
U-FACTOR: IP SI
AIR FILL
1.04
0.48
0.34
0.29
5.91
2.73
1.93
1.65
ARGON FILL
--
--
0.30
0.24
--
--
1.70
1.36
Note

All values calculated using Window 7.4. (See http://windows.lbl.gov/software/default.htm and http://windows.lbl.gov/materials/optical_data/default.htm for more information on glass optical data and the Window 7.4 program.) Emittance of ordinary (pyrolitic) low-E is 0.16.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – (SHGC):

The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

Fading Transmission:

The portion of energy transmitted in a spectral region from 300 to 600 nanometers. This region includes all of the ultraviolet energy and part of the visible spectrum, and will give the best representation of relative fading rates. The lower the number, the better the glass is for reducing fading potential of carpets and interior furnishings.

U-Factor:

This represents the heat flow rate through a window expressed in BTU/hr·ft²·°F, using winter night weather conditions of 0°F outside and 70°F inside. The smaller the number, the better the window system is at reducing heat loss.
Cardinal actively supports and participates in the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Windows with LoĒ³-366 that are rated and certified by the NFRC can comply with Energy Star™ requirements in all regions of the country. Northern zone will likely require the addition of LoĒ-i89 on the 4th surface to comply with U-Factor requirements

(See https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=WI for more information on the Energy Star windows program.)

Inside / Outside Tempatures

INSIDE GLASS TEMPERATURE: °F°C
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE-366(air fill),
LoE-366(argon fill)
-20°F VERY COLD OUTSIDE
-30°C VERY COLD OUTSIDE
37°
46°
49°
52°
-19°
11°
20°F COLD OUTSIDE
-10°C COLD OUTSIDE
31°
51°
57°
58°
60°
-3°
13°
14°
15°
Glass Performance: Analysis of various efficiency and solar factors
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE2-272
LoE2-270
VISIBLE LIGHT
Tranc- mittance
90%
82%
76%
72%
70%
EXTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
11%
12%
INTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
12%
13%
FADE TRANSMISSION
UV
0.71
0.58
0.50
0.16
0.14
ISO
0.84
0.75
0.68
0.55
0.53
SOLAR
Heat Gain Coefficient
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.41
0.37
U-FACTOR: IP SI
AIR FILL
1.04
0.48
0.34
0.30
0.30
5.91
2.73
1.93
1.70
1.70
ARGON FILL
--
--
0.30
0.25
0.25
--
--
1.70
1.42
1.42
Note

All values calculated using Window 7.4. (See http://windows.lbl.gov/software/default.htm and http://windows.lbl.gov/materials/optical_data/default.htm for more information on glass optical data and the Window 7.4 program.) Emittance of ordinary (pyrolitic) low-E is 0.16.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – (SHGC):

The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

Fading Transmission:

The portion of energy transmitted in a spectral region from 300 to 600 nanometers. This region includes all of the ultraviolet energy and part of the visible spectrum, and will give the best representation of relative fading rates. The lower the number, the better the glass is for reducing fading potential of carpets and interior furnishings.

U-Factor:

This represents the heat flow rate through a window expressed in BTU/hr·ft²·°F, using winter night weather conditions of 0°F outside and 70°F inside. The smaller the number, the better the window system is at reducing heat loss.
Cardinal actively supports and participates in the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Windows with LoĒ³-366 that are rated and certified by the NFRC can comply with Energy Star™ requirements in all regions of the country. Northern zone will likely require the addition of LoĒ-i89 on the 4th surface to comply with U-Factor requirements

(See https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=WI for more information on the Energy Star windows program.)

Inside / Outside Tempatures

INSIDE GLASS TEMPERATURE: °F
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoĒ²-272 / LoĒ²-270 (air fill)
LoĒ²-272 / LoĒ²-270 (argon fill)
-20F VERY COLD OUTSIDE
37°
46°
49°
52°
20°F COLD OUTSIDE
31°
51°
57°
58°
60°
Glass Performance: Analysis of various efficiency and solar factors
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE3-366
VISIBLE LIGHT
Tranc- mittance
90%
82%
76%
65%
EXTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
11%
INTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
12%
FADE TRANSMISSION
UV
0.71
0.58
0.50
0.05
ISO
0.84
0.75
0.68
0.43
SOLAR
Heat Gain Coefficient
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.27
U-FACTOR: IP SI
AIR FILL
1.04
0.48
0.34
0.29
5.91
2.73
1.93
1.65
ARGON FILL
--
--
0.30
0.24
--
--
1.70
1.36
Note

All values calculated using Window 7.4. (See http://windows.lbl.gov/software/default.htm and http://windows.lbl.gov/materials/optical_data/default.htm for more information on glass optical data and the Window 7.4 program.) Emittance of ordinary (pyrolitic) low-E is 0.16.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – (SHGC):

The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

Fading Transmission:

The portion of energy transmitted in a spectral region from 300 to 600 nanometers. This region includes all of the ultraviolet energy and part of the visible spectrum, and will give the best representation of relative fading rates. The lower the number, the better the glass is for reducing fading potential of carpets and interior furnishings.

U-Factor:

This represents the heat flow rate through a window expressed in BTU/hr·ft²·°F, using winter night weather conditions of 0°F outside and 70°F inside. The smaller the number, the better the window system is at reducing heat loss.
Cardinal actively supports and participates in the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Windows with LoĒ³-366 that are rated and certified by the NFRC can comply with Energy Star™ requirements in all regions of the country. Northern zone will likely require the addition of LoĒ-i89 on the 4th surface to comply with U-Factor requirements

(See https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=WI for more information on the Energy Star windows program.)

Inside / Outside Tempatures

INSIDE GLASS TEMPERATURE: °F°C
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE-366(air fill),
LoE-366(argon fill)
-20°F VERY COLD OUTSIDE
-30°C VERY COLD OUTSIDE
37°
46°
49°
52°
-19°
11°
20°F COLD OUTSIDE
-10°C COLD OUTSIDE
31°
51°
57°
58°
60°
-3°
13°
14°
15°
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LoĒ³-366 Most Advanced Coating Option
Glass Performance
Inside / Outside Tempatures
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE3-366
VISIBLE LIGHT
Tranc-mittance
90%
82%
76%
65%
EXTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
11%
INTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
12%
FADE TRANSMISSION
UV
0.71
0.71
0.50
0.05
ISO
0.84
0.75
0.68
0.43
SOLAR
Heat Gain Coefficient
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.27
U-FACTOR: IP SI
AIR FILL
1.04
0.48
0.34
0.29
5.91
2.73
1.93
1.65
ARGON FILL
--
--
0.30
0.24
--
--
1.70
1.36
Note
All values calculated using Window 7.4. (See http://windows.lbl.gov/software/default.htm and http://windows.lbl.gov/materials/optical_data/default.htm for more information on glass optical data and the Window 7.4 program.) Emittance of ordinary (pyrolitic) low-E is 0.16.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – (SHGC):

The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

Fading Transmission:

The portion of energy transmitted in a spectral region from 300 to 600 nanometers. This region includes all of the ultraviolet energy and part of the visible spectrum, and will give the best representation of relative fading rates. The lower the number, the better the glass is for reducing fading potential of carpets and interior furnishings.

U-Factor:

This represents the heat flow rate through a window expressed in BTU/hr·ft²·°F, using winter night weather conditions of 0°F outside and 70°F inside. The smaller the number, the better the window system is at reducing heat loss.
Cardinal actively supports and participates in the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Windows with LoĒ³-366 that are rated and certified by the NFRC can comply with Energy Star™ requirements in all regions of the country. Northern zone will likely require the addition of LoĒ-i89 on the 4th surface to comply with U-Factor requirements
(See https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=WI for more information on the Energy Star windows program.)
INSIDE GLASS TEMPERATURE: °F°C
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE-366(air fill),
LoE-366(argon fill)
-20°F VERY COLD OUTSIDE
-30°C VERY COLD OUTSIDE
37°
46°
49°
52°
-19°
11°
20°F COLD OUTSIDE
-10°C COLD OUTSIDE
31°
51°
57°
58°
60°
-3°
13°
14°
15°
barrington window company l2 trans
LoĒ²-272/270 Legacy coating for moderate solar control
Glass Performance
Inside / Outside Tempatures
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoE2-272
LoE2-270
VISIBLE LIGHT
Tranc-mittance
90%
82%
76%
72%
70%
EXTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
11%
12%
INTERNAL REFLECTANCE
8%
15%
17%
12%
13%
FADE TRANSMISSION
UV
0.71
0.58
0.50
0.16
0.14
ISO
0.84
0.75
0.68
0.55
0.53
SOLAR
Heat Gain Coefficient
0.86
0.78
0.72
0.41
0.37
U-FACTOR: IP SI
AIR FILL
1.04
0.48
0.34
0.30
0.30
5.91
2.73
1.93
1.70
1.70
ARGON FILL
--
--
0.30
0.25
0.25
--
--
1.70
1.42
1.42
Note
All values calculated using Window 7.4. (See http://windows.lbl.gov/software/default.htm and http://windows.lbl.gov/materials/optical_data/default.htm for more information on glass optical data and the Window 7.4 program.) Emittance of ordinary (pyrolitic) low-E is 0.16.

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – (SHGC):

The amount of solar radiation that enters a building as heat. The lower the number, the better the glazing is at preventing solar gain.

Fading Transmission:

The portion of energy transmitted in a spectral region from 300 to 600 nanometers. This region includes all of the ultraviolet energy and part of the visible spectrum, and will give the best representation of relative fading rates. The lower the number, the better the glass is for reducing fading potential of carpets and interior furnishings.

U-Factor:

This represents the heat flow rate through a window expressed in BTU/hr·ft²·°F, using winter night weather conditions of 0°F outside and 70°F inside. The smaller the number, the better the window system is at reducing heat loss.
Cardinal actively supports and participates in the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). Windows with LoĒ³-366 that are rated and certified by the NFRC can comply with Energy Star™ requirements in all regions of the country. Northern zone will likely require the addition of LoĒ-i89 on the 4th surface to comply with U-Factor requirements
(See https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=WI for more information on the Energy Star windows program.)
INSIDE GLASS TEMPERATURE: °F
IG TYPE AND COATING
Single-pane, Clear
Double-pane, Clear
Ordinary low-e
LoĒ²-272 / LoĒ²-270 (air fill)
LoĒ²-272 / LoĒ²-270 (argon fill)
-20F VERY COLD OUTSIDE
37°
46°
49°
52°
20°F COLD OUTSIDE
31°
51°
57°
58°
60°

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Remember, if you are looking for a Titan in Vinyl Entry Doors, Textured Wood Fiberglass, or Ornate Glass Doors, then you have chosen the right company.  In fact, we have hundreds of designs in many styles, making our selection of doors one of the most extensive.  Moreover, we work exclusively with Albany doors, a local supplier that will help keep your project on time and on budget.  Come learn more about our doors today.

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