Why Marvin replacement windows are the ultimate sustainable option

Sustainability is more than just an industry buzzword these days – it's a way of life. And homeowners across the nation are looking for the eco-friendly renovation options to reduce their carbon footprints and turn their houses, apartments and condos into green spaces. This is where Marvin replacement windows in New Jersey can step in and help.

Marvin is a family owned company that views sustainability as both good business and an eco-friendly initiative. Marvin does more than just use green materials, it spreads sustainability through its manufacturing process and business practices. If you're looking to replace your windows and want a sustainable, reliable choice, look to Marvin for these reasons.

Products
First and foremost, Marvin produces windows that last. A product can't be a sustainable investment if it requires replacing. For that reason, Marvin takes durability very seriously, even in coastal areas or other regions with extreme weather. Furthermore, these windows are designed for energy efficiency, which means keeping your cool air inside during the summer and retaining heat in the winter. Windows are also constructed from some recycled materials, like engineered glass containing approximately 20 percent pre-consumer, recycled content.

Marvin also sources wood materials for windows from responsibly managed forests. It's against company policy to use wood from illegally harvest trees or at-risk forested areas, including forests in which genetically modified trees have been planted.

Company initiatives
Beyond the materials themselves, Marvin replacement windows find their ways to homeowners through green practices. Marvin has discovered ways to improve productivity, lower costs and implement green initiatives at every stage of the company. For instance, Marvin recycles scrap wood materials to produce heat and power for manufacturing operations, special manufacturing plant systems reduce lighting and conserve water and the product shipping process is managed with minimal environmental impact.

LEED certification
Marvin is a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council, which pioneers the LEED Green Building Rating System. While the individual components of a building aren't LEED certified, using green and sustainable products like Marvin's fiberglass replacement windows, builders can construct homes that qualify.

Energy Star certification
Chances are, you've heard a lot about Energy Star. This federal program is a branch of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reviews and rates everything from roofing to air conditioners and refrigerators for their environmental impact. Homeowners will be happy to know that every Marvin window can be designed to meet Energy Star requirements, which offers the bonus of tax credits when you're replacing old windows. In fact, several Marvin products even classify for Energy Star's stringent Most Efficient Program for Northern And North-Central climate zones.

Homeowners can get a tax credit of up to $200 with Marvin's Ultimate Casement windows. These meet some of the highest energy-efficiency requirements for windows, and the credit makes the investment all the more worth it.

Whether you're building a new house or renovating your condo, investing in fiberglass replacement windows from Marvin is a great way to secure a green future for your home.


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