Rochester, NY (PRWEB) October 24, 2007
Blindsexpress.com, CEO, Carl Chiacchierini congratulates Comfortex Window Fashions, a leading innovative manufacturer and fabricator of custom window treatment products for global distribution, is proud to have its featured web site product Symphony® Energy Smart Double Honeycomb Cellular Shades featured on the DIY Network special presentation, Green Me Up.
The television program follows two neighboring families as they take on a do-it-yourself challenge to make their homes more energy efficient over the course of one month. The premise is to encourage homeowners to embrace environmentally conscious lifestyles by providing easy solutions that help cut energy consumption and reduce utility bills.
One of the families insulates their windows with Symphony Energy Smart Double Honeycomb Cellular Shades to eliminate drafts to keep the house warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
Symphony is one of six Comfortex cellular fabric collections designed maximize window performance. Various pleat sizes, R-values, light control capabilities and hardware options make these shades ideal for virtually any room. Colors, prints and textures abound to complement a wide range of decorating styles.
This episode of Green Me Up will made its DIY Network debut on August 5, 2007 and will run again on September 16, 2007 at 9:00 p.m. EST (check local listings). The family that best exemplifies their new eco-friendly attitude is awarded a new Kurrent NV electric car! Details can be found at the DIY Network web site at http://www.diynetwork.com (search DGMU-S).
Many blind manufacturers have taken advantage of the wide variety of viewership now frequenting the home improvement programs on Television. Comfortex is just one of many manufacturers who have realized the benefit of showcasing their products in this format. These manufactures find a spike in sales for the product demonstrated shortly after these programs have aired.
Comfortex Window Fashions Executive Vice President John C. Fitzgerald was pleased to have Symphony Shades recognized in this way. Carl Chiacchierini, CEO http://www.blindsexpress.com, explains that Comfortex was thrilled to participate in the DIY Network's energy saving initiative. As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Comfortex is committed to helping promote responsible, energy efficient solutions for the home. Our insulating cellular shades, along with our offering of recycled and recyclable window treatment products, are an indication of our continuing environmental focus.
"With the ever increasing cost of energy for consumers homes it is refreshing to see a company take on the initiative to cut those costs and yet provide for increased beauty for windows in consumers homes," reflects Mr. Chiacchierini. "Consumers are taking advantage of the thermal efficiency of the Comfortex cellular products without sacrificing beauty and design for their windows as showcased in this TV program."
Comfortex Window Fashions, founded in 1986, is an innovator in the window fashion industry. Thomas J. Marusak serves as President of Comfortex Corporation, and is also one of the original founders of the company. The company maintains its headquarters just north of Albany in Maplewood, New York, and operates manufacturing facilities in Melbourne, Florida and Phoenix, Arizona. The Comfortex complete line of cellular, roller, Roman and pleated shades, wood alloy blinds, plantation shutters, sheer window shadings and verticals is distributed in every state in the United States and in over 50 countries on five continents worldwide. Comfortex Window Fashions is committed to exceeding customer expectations by providing quality products and services, establishing excellent customer partnerships, developing innovative technologies and remaining a respected name in the window treatment industry.
Blinds Express (http://www.blindsexpress.com) is a subsidiary of Window Flair incorporated. Corporate offices are located in Rochester, NY. The corporation is one of the largest window treatment dealers in the north east and was founded in 1973 by CEO, Carl Chiacchierini. Blinds Express services the consumer window treatment market in the U.S and Canada.
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