12 Jun '11, 6pm

Department of Energy Makes Buying Insulated Windows a Breeze

Department of Energy Makes Buying Insulated Windows a Breeze

The program’s website is filled with information about the advantages of insulated windows, including the amount of energy and money they can save depending upon what type of climate the building is in, what builders and residents need to know about ordering and installing these windows and the advantages of buying in bulk, and which type of windows are right for which type of building or budget. The website is also full of examples of buildings that have made the switch to insulated windows, such as the Cambria Office Facility in Pennsylvania and the Wisdom Way Solar Village in Massachusetts, and how this switch has benefited them.

Full article: http://greenbuildingelements.com/2011/06/12/department-of...

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