Long Windows Aids in Sandtown Habitat for Humanity Rebuild
BALTIMORE, Md., July 14, 2010 Long Windows has donated energy efficient windows and doors towards rebuilding a row home on Laurens Street.
In partnership with Under Armour Green, Sandtown Habitat for Humanity and USGBC-MD, Long Windows is helping to convert the row home into a model for affordable, green housing.
We saw this opportunity as a perfect way to give back to our local community, said John DePaola, President of Long Fence and Home. At the same time, we can increase awareness of how smart, energy efficient upgrades can make families more comfortable for little investment.
The products that Long Windows will contribute are some of the best on the market and are a key component of our energy efficiency strategy, said Will Phillips, Manager of Under Armour Green.
The project is seeking LEED-Platinum certification and will be the first in Baltimore City to achieve this level of green building.
About Long Windows
Long Windows is a division of Long Fence and Home. One of the largest home improvement contractors in the Washington DC metro area, Long Fence and Home has been improving homes in its community with Long Quality products since 1945. They specialize in replacement windows, kitchens, siding, gutters, doors, attic insulation and garages. Visit http://www.longwindows.com or http://www.longfenceandhome.com/windows/ for more information.
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