Vinyl and Metal Clad Vinyl Windows designated ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient
EDMONTON, March 17, 2014 /CNW/ - For the second year in a row, All
Weather Windows has received the ENERGY STAR Most Efficient designation
on almost 400 window products. The ENERGY STAR Most Efficient
designation recognizes the most efficient products among those that
qualify for ENERGY STAR in the current calendar year. These exceptional
products represent the leading edge in energy-efficient models.
"All Weather Windows is dedicated to creating a wide range of truly
exceptional products for our customers." said Tracy Nadiger, Director
of Marketing. "Whether you're building a new home or renovating an old
home, we have the best selection of the highest-performance products.
From hardworking vinyl windows to colourful metal clad exterior
windows, we can help."
This is the second year that Natural Resources Canada has awarded the
ENERGY STAR Most Efficient designation. Criteria is set or reviewed
each year per product category by Natural Resources Canada. All Weather
Windows was also named ENERGY STAR Manufacturer of the Year in the
Fenestration Products category in 2013, 2011 & 2010, and Participant of
the Year in 2012.
About All Weather Windows
All Weather Windows is Canada's largest privately owned window and door
manufacturer. Launched in 1978 in a 10,000-square-foot manufacturing
facility in Edmonton, Alberta, the company has since expanded to nine
branches and over 1,000 dealers nationwide. Our two leading edge
manufacturing plants in Edmonton and Mississauga produce a full range
of award-winning window and door products for dealers, builders,
contractors and homeowners. Recognized as one of Canada's Best Managed
Companies for four years running, All Weather Windows has also given
back over $1 million each of the past seven years in window and door
products to Habitat for Humanity across Canada.
About ENERGY STAR®
ENERGY STAR originated in the United States and has been administered in
Canada since 2001 by Natural Resources Canada in full collaboration
with the US Environmental Protection Agency. Since 2005, Canadians can
also choose ENERGY STAR-qualified homes that are designed and built to
achieve maximum energy efficiency making it easy for businesses and
consumers to save money and protect the environment.
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SOURCE: All Weather Windows Ltd.
For further information:
Director of Marketing
All Weather Windows