MIWD Now Taking Orders for MI EnergyCore Energy Efficient Windows
Prescott Valley, AZ - Customers eagerly awaiting the new energy efficient window and door line, the MI EnergyCore™ Window System, can begin placing their orders today announced MI Windows and Doors (MIWD). The following styles are now available: Double Hung, Casement, Picture Window, Awning, and French Rail Patio Door.
Seth Wych, Sales Representative, from Walker Windows (http://www.walkerwindows.com/) in Anaheim, CA, an MI EnergyCore Certified Dealer, commented, “We are pleased to be able to start ordering the MI EnergyCore product line today. We already have quoted the product on several large projects and the builders and architects that we have exposed the products to have responded positively; these new products are definitely a game changer compared to other products in the market and are setting the bar for energy efficiency." Adds, Wych, "MIWD provides us with top-notch sales support with a combination of our knowledgeable sales rep, Jack Fisher, and the stellar support we get from our inside sales rep, Roxy Saenz. On top of the team, the customized iPad sales application allows us to present the product line effectively and efficiently.”
The MI EnergyCore Window System is designed for optimal energy efficiency and high performance without compromising style and functionality. The system’s high performance is derived from a combination of patented AirCell™ PVC frame technology, TMAX™ Insulating Glass, and a design that incorporates numerous physical barriers against air and water infiltration.
The line provides a complete, cost-effective family of products to meet the next phase of ENERGY STAR requirements and to qualify for the Department of Energy’s High Performance Windows Program (R-5). "Most high performance window systems offered today involve complicated exceptions. For example, some styles meet the grade while other styles or configurations do not. MI EnergyCore is designed to meet the grade in any style or any configuration. Therefore, homeowners do not need to sacrifice style or aesthetic upgrades to gain performance," states Mike DeSoto, President of MI's Western division.
Laminate glass option now avaialble! For added security and sound control the MI EnergyCore windows can be upgraded with SQS Laminate glass. Like the laminate glass in an automobile windshield, SQS glass provides safety from internal or external penetration. Additionally, the unique PVB interlayer reduces the sound transmission by up to 50% while providing over 99% UV protection.
In order to successfully ramp up the production of the MI EnergyCore Window System, a two phase launch has been planned for. Phase 1 (now avaiable) will include the release of the following window styles: Double Hung, Casement, Picture Window, Awning, and French Rail Patio Door; and Phase 2 (October 1) will add Single Hung, Single Slider, XOX, Combination Slide Windows, and the Specialty Shape windows to the product line.
"Our window dealers and their customers desire a good, better, best offering," adds DeSoto. "MIWD strives to be best-in-class in each of these categories and MI EnergyCore met our test for the best. The products are designed to be significantly more energy efficient, stronger, more secure and quieter than any other complete family of products on the market."
The windows and doors are available from MI EnergyCore Certified Dealers, who have been trained and certified to best present the features and benefits of the new energy efficient window system.
For more information about the MI EnergyCore Window System, or to find an MI EnergyCore Certified Dealer, see http://mienergycore.com
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