New Green Windows Save Money For DC & VA Businesses And Homeowners

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Washington DC area sees significantly increased demand for green window products to aid homeowners in their energy reduction efforts. Local area suppliers offer new products for practical green solutions.

This is a great solution for businesses and homeowners who don't want to interrupt their workflow with a protracted installation process.

Northern Virginia's green window expert The Window Man announced today a plan to meet the significantly increased demand for green window products to aid homeowners in their energy reduction efforts. While energy efficient windows have always been a good way to minimize monthly heating and cooling costs, The Window Man's new greener products, such as Mon-Ray and Comfort Line offer homeowners the chance to make a positive environmental statement with their home improvement choices.

"Everybody's talking about going green these days. And with the price of oil rising above $100 a gallon, a lot of our customers are worried about skyrocketing energy costs," says The Window Man owner, Tom Patterson. "Properly installed windows with high R values and low U values provide better insulation; this can go a long way toward helping the environment while minimizing monthly heating and cooling bills. For commercial property owners, this can mean dramatically increasing your monthly cash flow just on energy savings."

To address these concerns, several of The Window Man's more popular window products offer practical green solutions without sacrificing beauty and style: from secondary glazing windows to fiberglass and vinyl, there's a product to fit the need of any commercial or residential property, and every budget. Most American households spend anywhere from 50-70% of their annual utility bills on heating and cooling. Going green, not only reduces the heat trapping gases that lead to climate change, but also makes sound fiscal sense.

One of the greenest products featured in The Window Man's extensive Fairfax and Chantilly window showrooms is Mon-Ray, a high-performance storm window that's been used in commercial and residential settings in the Washington DC area for over 45 years. Mon-ray provides an extra insulating blanket of air space, dramatically reducing costly air leakage and reducing noise so you can sleep in silent comfort.

"Mon-Ray storm windows with low E glass are a good option for people who want to save energy without replacing their windows," observes The Window Man's Patterson. "This is a great solution for businesses and homeowners who don't want to interrupt their workflow with a protracted installation process."

For customers who are willing to invest a little more in their energy efficiency efforts, The Window Man is proud to offer fiberglass windows by Comfort Line . (Green consultants are so excited about Comfort Line's products that the company was asked to speak at the 2007 Exco Build Show.) These windows are built with double-strength glass and warm edge spacers for energy efficiency.

"Installing a high quality window for energy efficiency may cost a little more at the outset, but the savings over the long term are more than worthwhile," says Tom. "And since a home or commercial property is a major investment for most people, the prospect of going green with simple solutions like changing your windows are becoming more attractive. Besides, recouping investment costs while doing something positive for the environment can make going green a win-win for property owners and environmentalists alike."

About The Window Man:
With window showrooms in Fairfax, and Chantilly, Virginia (and one coming soon in Alexandria), The Window Man offers a full range of window products and doors for DC, Maryland & Virginia homeowners. Known for their skilled installation experts and customer education practices, The Window Man is dedicated to helping customers match the perfect windows with the unique requirements of their commercial and residential properties. For a free window consultation or to plan a visit to a showroom go to their Washington DC area windows web site.

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