(New Jersey) (WiredPRNews.com) NJ homeowners, and the rest of the nation, are getting some down-to-earth, eco-friendly advice from President Obama. Obama is calling upon homeowners to go green in the name of saving green.
During a recent speech on creating jobs and improving economic conditions, The President offered a simple solution for both in the form of clean energy. “The simple act of retro-fitting”- installing new windows, doors, cooling and heating equipment, etc. – “is one of the fastest, easiest and cheapest things we can do to put Americans back to work while saving money and reducing harmful emissions,” said the President. Now many NJ window replacement companies are wondering if homeowners will heed the President’s advice.
Castle Windows is the 6th largest home improvement company in the nation, and has been installing energy efficient windows in NJ for the past 30 years. According to co-owner Chris Cardillo, Obama’s speech was music to their ears. “I don’t think homeowners realize just how much money is ‘going out the window’ if their windows are not insulated. Insulated windows pay for themselves in a few years and continue to provide untold amounts of savings for homeowners.”
Obama goes as far as suggesting that ‘insulation is sexy’. Mike Jordano, a sales director at Castle Windows agrees and added, “We have so many styles and designs of insulated windows for consumers to choose from, these are stylish windows that not only add curb appeal to a home but add extra padding back in your wallet, and that is something that is sexy to all of us. After talking to my wife about her bow window, Obama might be onto something.”
NJ homeowners can currently save up to 30% on the purchase of new windows at Castle Windows under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act signed by President Obama. Consumers can obtain more information at: http://castlethewindowpeople.com/TaxCredit/tabid/104/Default.aspx
Castle Windows offers an extensive selection of custom doors and windows and provides service to the entire northeast. Residents can learn more about their selection of products by visiting their website at http://www.castlewindows.com/