Fact: Majic Windows Outperformed by Hansons Triple Pane Windows by More Than 30%*
For 25 years, Hansons Windows has never been afraid of the competition - even when we were just starting out. We have always felt that if you are committed to offering the best products at the lowest prices and then stand behind all your work with the best warranties in the business, then you should be eager to compare yourself with competition like Majic Windows.
That’s why we’re proud to display the energy performance ratings of our windows, as required by Federal Law. We’re even happier to compare our ratings to Majic Windows! Hansons Windows ratings trump Majic Windows! The numbers don’t lie!
Here's What Hansons Has to Offer!
Money Back Guarantee
Hansons doesn’t just warranty our work, we GUARANTEE it. That means that your protection is wall-to-wall-not just for certain parts or products. You won’t find GUARANTEES like that with Majic Windows!
Kids-Safe Glass When choosing window glass, insulation isn't the only thing to consider. SAFETY is also an important feature. Why take a chance with your family's safety? Hansons uses Kids-Safe™ Glass in over 90% of our windows. Have peace of mind knowing that our windows can take the rough-housing that children can dish out.
The first ever clear insulation for the home. At Hansons, we believe this is the best glass package for your home. The design changes, break resistance and heat reflectivity of the glass, allows us to fully guarantee the product.
Not only can you get the best replacement windows from Hansons, but the rest of your home improvement needs as well: Roofing, Siding, Gutters and Gutter Guards. Can Majic Windows say that? No!
What is a U-factor?
U-Factor measures the heat transfer through a window and tells you how well the product insulates. The lower the U-Factor, the greater resistance to heat flow and the better insulation it offers. Compare Hansons U-factor with that of Majic Windows-you’ll see a considerable difference!
What is a Solar Heat Gain Coefficient?
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) tells you how well the window blocks heat caused by sunlight. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat the window transmits. SHGC is measured on a scale of 0 to 1; values typically range from 0.25 to 0.80. Hansons Windows rating of 0.24 compares favorably with Majic Windows rating of 0.22, which translates into more “free” heat in the wintertime-saving you money on heating bills!
What is Visible Transmittance?
The Visible Transmittance number indicates the amount of light that passes through the glass (refers to brightness, as opposed to heat). A higher number means a brighter room. You can see when you compare Hansons Windows with Majic Windows that the Visible Transmittance numbers are significantly different.
Note: Majic Windows is commonly misspelled as Magic Windows.