Leading manufacturer of energy efficient windows, says that using Low-E windows can improve a homes efficiency and strengthen a builders reputation.
Online PR News – 16-April-2015 – According to Aurimas Sabulis, managing director of Intus windows (http://www.intuswindows.com/), a worldwide leader in the manufacture of energy-efficient triple pane windows, it is the windows that make a green home so efficient.
It is all about the windows, he says. The makeup of the glass is pivotal to keeping the heat and cold from seeping in at the wrong times of the year. They also help block harmful ultraviolet rays that can penetrate a home, wearing down the interior.
According to Sabulis, low-energy windows positively impact a home and contribute significantly to its value. Achieving these standards can go a long way toward selling a home and solidifying a builders reputation as a green builder. From the consumers perspective, high-efficiency windows will help drive down energy costs.
Replacing single-pane windows with more energy efficient models from Intus, the typical American home can save between $146 and $501 a year in energy costs and reduce a homes carbon footprint by up to 15 percent, says Sabulis. Windows are a major contributor to home efficiency.
Like other energy-efficient building materials, windows can be designed to meet stringent buildings codes and standards, Sabulis says. For example, windows with Low-E insulating glass technology are created to help keep homes comfortable year round. They block the suns heat during the summer and keeping in the warmth of a home during the winter.
Because homes and climates vary across the country, we at Intus windows have developed an array of products that incorporate efficiency-improving technologies designed for their environment, Sabulis says. By using Intus windows in your next passive solar home project, you can earn a reputation as a leading green builder.
Intus Windows (http://www.intuswindows.com/) is a pioneer in manufacturing and distributing super energy-efficient windows and doors in the United States. Driven by technology, innovation, and continuous progress Intus Windows energy-efficient windows, doors, and curtain walls lines will fit any commercial, residential or industrial application, and they are Passive House Certified and suitable. For the past 21 years the company has manufactured and installed more than 800,000 windows and doors all over the world, with main export markets in Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe. Today, with a manufacturing facility in Lithuania, Intus has entered into the super energy-efficient window market here in the United States. For more information, call 1-888-380-9940.
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