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All Weather Windows named ENERGY STAR Manufacturer of The Year


August 5, 2015
By All Weather Windows

For the fourth time in six years, All Weather Windows has been named the ENERGY STAR Manufacturer of The Year in the fenestration products category – further cementing the company’s status as industry leaders in energy efficiency. The Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of Natural Resources Canada, announced the ENERGY STAR Market Transformation Awards on July 29 in Kenora, Ontario. The awards are to recognize outstanding utility providers, manufacturers, retailers, advocates and home builders who have led their respective industries in the pursuit of energy efficient products and processes.

“I would like to congratulate All Weather Windows on once again winning an ENERGY STAR award. This is a great achievement and, thanks to you, Canadians are buying energy efficient windows and doors and enjoying real savings on their energy bills,” Rickford said. “Natural Resources Canada is proud to bring the ENERGY STAR initiative to Canada and we applaud All Weather for helping us make it a success.”

Energy efficiency is closely tied to the All Weather Windows brand. The company operates under the conviction that energy efficient products are good for the environment, good for customers, and therefore good for business. In 2014, All Weather Windows experienced a 7% growth in ENERGY STAR certified products sold over the previous year. The company also increased the number of ENERGY STAR Most Efficient products by 11% in 2014.

“This achievement reflects our commitment to producing the very best in energy efficiency,” said Director of Marketing Tracy Nadiger. “As always, this honour belongs to our incredible team of hard-working and talented professionals who always strive to do better and achieve more, when it comes to protecting the environment.”

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All Weather Windows was named ENERGY STAR Manufacturer of the Year in 2010, 2011, and 2013. It was named Participant of the Year in 2012.