Four Seasons Brings 35+ Years Experience Building Energy Efficient Windows for Sunrooms to Replacement Windows

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Hundreds of thousands of sunroom, conservatory, solarium and patio room owners around the world can't be wrong. Four Seasons has been building the most energy efficient glass building additions around the world for over 35 years. Now, at the request of their sunroom, conservatory and solarium clients, they are bringing that experience and know-how to the replacement window market with a super energy efficient vinyl replacement window that utilizes a number of unique and exclusive glass recipes to match any location and any climate from tundra of Juneau, AK to the deserts of Phoenix, AZ..

“Four Seasons has always been a true innovator, with examples like the CONSERVAGLASS SELECT glass system, which makes a notable and competitive difference in temperature management,” Patrick Marron, Four Seasons CEO said. “The CONSERVAGLASS SELECT glass

Four Seasons Sunrooms, the world’s premier year-round sunroom, conservatory, patio room and enclosure manufacturer, is now bringing its over 35 years of experience building energy-efficient windows to the vinyl replacement window market. Hundreds of thousands of the company’s sun room and solarium additions have withstood the test of time in extreme environments from Juneau, AK to Phoenix, AZ and Russia to the UAE.

With the addition of its Energy-Saving Window and Door line to its already industry-leading selection of solariums, screen rooms and patio enclosures, and recent additions of wood and aluminum pergolas, patio covers and car ports, retractable awnings and security storm doors and entry doors, Four Seasons has become a true home improvement and remodeling company.

“In our ongoing effort to ‘Build the Best’ and provide a reliable family of products through our franchise and dealer network and company-owned and operated locations, we thoroughly investigated all the other window options on the market to develop what we believe is the top of the line window at a moderate price point,” Marron said. “We are very excited at the opportunity to bring the same quality product we’ve been known for in the sunroom, conservatory and patio enclosure market to consumers that need to replace the windows in their home with a top quality energy efficient window no matter their location or climate.”

Four Seasons Energy-Saving Windows and Doors utilize the company’s exclusive CONSERVAGLASS SELECT glazing system in a beautiful, super energy-efficient, heavy duty vinyl replacement window that is so energy efficient that it qualifies for the U.S. Government’s 30 percent Tax Credit for energy efficient products. Homeowners installing the new windows can get as much as $1,500 back from the U.S. Government under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that runs through December, 2010.

Four Seasons offers several glazing “recipes” of its CONSERVAGLASS SELECT in double and triple pane options with both argon and krypton gas filling to match the heating and cooling needs of any location’s climate. Depending upon the glazing recipe selected, Four Seasons Energy-Saving Windows can have a U-Values as low as 0.20 and Solar Heat Gain Coefficients as low as 0.09, making them suitable for both extremely cold and extremely warm climates and environments.

Combined with value-added features like Stay-Clean Technology, Glass Masking and a Transferable Lifetime Warranty, Four Seasons new replacement window line includes as standard many features and benefits that other window manufacturers offer only as added-cost options.

Four Seasons Energy-Saving Windows and Doors are suitable for residential and commercial applications worldwide. By combining premier window designs with Four Seasons’ exclusive, climate-specific CONSERVAGLASS PLUS glazing recipes, Four Seasons has created a unique energy-saving window for a wide scope of markets and climates.

“Four Seasons has always been a true innovator, with examples like the CONSERVAGLASS SELECT glass system, which makes a notable and competitive difference in temperature management,” Patrick Marron, Four Seasons CEO said. “The CONSERVAGLASS SELECT glass package is now being integrated with our high-performance vinyl profiles to create a superior window that qualifies for the $1,500 federal tax credit through the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act.”

As part of the Economic Stimulus package, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 modifies and extends federal tax credits for eligible building components that improve energy efficiency through 2010. To be eligible, windows, doors and skylights must have both a U-Factor equal to or less than 0.30 and a Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) equal to or less than 0.30. All Four Seasons Energy-Saving Windows with CONSERVAGLASS SELECT qualify for the tax credit.

Four Seasons is so committed to its Energy-Saving Windows and Doors line that it recently dedicated additional and expandable space in its sunroom, conservatory and patio enclosure manufacturing facilities in Holbrook, NY to fabricate the new window lines. This space, which is growing to meet the increased increasing demand for these windows, has been outfitted with new, state-of-the-art tools and machinery to manufacture Four Seasons cutting-edge new vinyl replacement window line.

Four Seasons manufactures and ships the premier year-round glass room addition, sunroom, conservatory and patio enclosure; replacement window and door; patio cover and carport; screen and porch enclosure; wood and aluminum pergola; and retractable awning to over 300 independently owned and operated franchises, dealers and company owned and operated locations worldwide. Four Seasons has been setting the benchmark for quality and innovation at competitive prices that other companies aspire to achieve for over 35 years.

For more information visit Four Seasons at http://www.FourSeasonsSunrooms.com or call us at 1-800 FOUR SEASONS.

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