At Greenbuild 2013 in Philadelphia, Gary Wollenhaupt, editorial director of ProudGreenHome.com, talked to leaders from some of the key companies involved in the green building movement. We asked them what they thought was the future of green building in the next 5 to 15 years. Here are their answers. Watch the Future of Green Building - Part 2.
Windows play a key role in a high-performance building envelope.
All too often, windows and doors are the weak link in a high-performance building envelope. Fortunately, manufacturers are continually developing more products to help homeowners and builders improve the building envelope while offering a broad range of styles, colors and...
One of the Twin Cities seeks to revitalize some of its most put-upon neighborhoods by sponsoring a massive, green housing project.
Low-E glass combats energy loss, the Perma-Shield system protects the exterior, and the only door in your home that can seal tighter than an Andersen patio door is the one on your refrigerator.
Andersen was the first window, door and skylight manufacturer with Green Seal certified products and Andersen was one of the first window companies in the nation to meet Energy Star performance requirements in all geographical regions.
Andersen puts the energy saving features you need on virtually any size, shape or combination of windows you could want. The EcoExcel Energy Performance Package is available on 22 distinctly different styles of windows and patio doors with a extensive selection of exterior colors and wood interiors.
From energy efficiency and durability to low maintenance, Andersen designs and builds windows and patio doors that are among the best-performing products in the industry. Whether you're replacing old window, remodeling your home or building new, Andersen has your answers about how to achieve the windows and doors of your dreams.
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