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Solar Heat-Gain Coefficient (SHGC) is a rating to indicate how much solar radiation passes through a window, door, or skylight into the building. A lower SHGC rating means less solar heat passes through the window, door, or skylight, and a higher SHGC rating means more solar heat is passing through. Do you want to know how to select the best windows, doors, or skylights for your house or project? We have collected the information to make understanding Solar Heat-Gain Coefficients easy! Keep reading to learn how to read SHGC numbers and learn which score fits your climate well. You will also find quick tips for interpreting other types of ratings on windows, doors, and skylights. We will also answer some frequently asked questions. How do you interpret Solar Heat Gain Coefficients? Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) is a number between 0 and 1 representing how much solar radiation passes through

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