There’s no doubt you’ll save money and energy when you update your windows with energy-efficient replacements!Read More
Does your company have what it takes to be an ENERGY STAR partner?
Whether you’re updating your products’ compatibility with home automation, like EMS just did recently with their roll shutters, or partnering with leading sustainable programs, it’s important to continually advance your company’s practices, products and certifications.Read More
Summer heat and chilly winters can take a toll on your energy bills and leave you researching best practices to save money and energy.Read More
Does Florida energy code actually translate to energy savings in your home? Government regulatory codes are often convoluted with industry specific jargon. It can be challenging to decipher what it all means and if it actually affects your day-to-day energy spend.Read More
Impact windows and doors can greatly reduce your environmental impact while also reducing your energy bills.
Floridians should be selective and shop for windows and doors that meet their home’s design and lifestyle needs and keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter without making your HVAC system go into overdrive.Read More
Energy Efficient is a term that is no stranger to building infrastructures, home appliances and fixtures including windows!
It’s almost that time of year when we lose an hour of sleep and set our clocks forward—that’s when we know spring has officially… sprung!
There are a few things to love and hate about spring in Florida; it means that we can expect more humidity and heat, but it also brings the opportunity to purge our homes of outdated fixtures and decor and update them with better and more trendy pieces.Read More
Florida is known as the sunshine state and maintains a warm average of 80+ degrees year round; however, this sunny state can undergo cold spells during the winter months.Read More
There are plenty of ways homeowners can make their homes more energy friendly.
For example, you can unplug your appliances or flip the light switch off when you leave the room. However, there is another easy and sustainable way to create a more energy efficient home—and it involves your windows!Read More