These days, when consumers are concerned with everything from their pocketbooks to the environment, Heatkeeper's windows and doors appear address some of those concerns for homeowners looking perform related home improvement tasks. According to David Orr, owner of Heatkeeper Windows, "[Up] until recently if you wanted a quality window with blinds between the glass, they were only available in a Pella® wood window at the higher end of the of the price point." Orr continues, "Now, through recent advances in technology, we are producing premium vinyl windows and sliding doors with blinds between the glass that not only tilt, but go up and down with the touch of a finger."
Alongside the purported ease-of-use for Heatkeeper's windows with blinds, the company exclusively utilizes Super Spacer® technology. Which, according to the Heatkeeper.com website, Super Spacer warm edge spacer products offer a higher R-Value, or resistance value, than traditional metal spacers do, which in turn provides better protection from heat transference through insulated windows. When combined with the low-e glass available through Heatkeeper Windows, consumers have a viable option for 'going green' through energy conservation, the ability to lower their heating bills through lower heat transfer, and potentially even qualify for a tax credit to further save them money.
On this point Orr adds, "This [Heatkeeper Windows' website] allows you to order custom sizes, custom colors and all of the high tech window treatments needed to qualify for the current stimulus tax credit. All at a fraction of the cost of the comparable Pella windows."
About Heatkeeper Windows
Heatkeeper Windows is a Taylor, Michigan replacement window manufacturer specializing in vinyl windows and doorwalls with blinds between the glass. Their blinds and sliding doors come with a choice of 33 colors to match exterior siding and interior trim. For more information on Heatkeeper's products, visit http://www.heatkeeper.com