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Northern Virginia Window Factory Offers Thermal Mirror Glass With Special Incentive Argon Krypton Gas Insulation Treatment

PRESS RELEASE

Fairfax, Virginia — January 11, 2016

As northern Virginia’s name to know for the purchase and installation of energy efficient windows, Vinyl Lite Window Factory is excited to offer its customers a revolutionary new window insulation technology — with special incentive for those who act quickly. Northern Virginians who choose to upgrade their windows to Thermal Mirror Glass will receive an Argon Krypton Gas Insulation treatment at no cost.

Thermal Mirror Glass is the utmost in energy efficient glass, designed to provide protection against heat transference, guaranteed to keep northern Virginia homeowners cool in the summer and warm in the winter regardless of home window placement.

“Choosing Thermal Mirror Glass can result in significantly lower heating costs and an improvement in insulating value by as much as 50 percent over standard clear glass,” said John Bouchery of Vinyl Lite Window Factory. “We believe so strongly in the benefit of this technology that we’re including the Argon-Krypton gas insulation at no charge when customers upgrade their windows, but only for a limited time.”

Argon / Krypton Gas Insulation: How does that work?

An experienced Vinyl Lite Window Factory insulation technician will inject Argon and Krypton gases (both of which are inert gases with far higher insulation value than air) between layers of insulated Thermal Mirror Glass. This process will further decrease heating costs, temper relative humidity, and act as an acoustic insulator.

For more information about the technology, and to inquire about upgrading standard windows to Thermal Mirror Glass with Argon Krypton Gas insulation, contact Vinyl Lite Window Factory today.

About Vinyl Lite Window Factory

In 1936, William Bouchery first introduced the Bouchery family to the window industry. In the mid-fifties, his son, James Bouchery, took over the business and in 1978 founded a new company under its present name of Vinyl-Lite Window Factory. Today, James’ sons, Mike and Wayne run the day to day operations. For more than seventy-five years, the Bouchery family has been dedicated to the window and door industry, and has installed more than 530,000 windows in the Washington DC metropolitan area. For more information, visit www.vinyl-lite.com.

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