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Apex Launches “Greenest” Windows Yet

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Window replacement . Image Credit: Ernest R. Prim via Shutterstock

Apex has launched triple-paned windows, the Insignia e2 window series, which it notes “exceeds current industry standards for energy efficiency and durability.”

“While our competitors are still trying to catch up with our last product, we’ve already improved on it by capitalizing on new technologies and materials,” said Michael Foit, President and Founder of Apex Energy Solutions. “By combining this window with our Apex Master Installer Program™, we offer a revolutionary solution that not only serves homeowners better, but also is better for the environment.”

Apex’s Insignia e2 window frames are made entirely from uPVC resins (the “u” means unplasticized, and “PVC” means polyvinyl chloride).

For more info and commentary, check out my full post about these windows over on sister site Green Building Elements.

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