26 Feb '13, 2am

#sustainable

#sustainable

This is the last installment in our series called Energy-Efficient Windows 101 made possible by Marvin Windows and Doors . Last time I discussed how Marvin windows contribute towards LEED certification , and today want to wrap it up with this showcase of an award-winning home in Leicester, North Carolina. Designed by Eric Gartner of New York-based SPG Architects, the energy-efficient home has a custom configuration of Marvin windows providing expansive southern and western views.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2013/02/green-design-breathtak...

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