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Save The Windows: New Resource for Old Windows from the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - windows, old vintage windows, repair, save, endangered, historic home, energy efficient, green
Contributed By: National Trust for Historic Preservation
Website: http://www.savethewindows.org

New website from the National Trust for Historic Preservation which advocates and provides resources for saving your old windows.  Here is the press release for the new site (http://www.savethewindows.org):

Save The Windows: Spread the Word TODAY!

Cast aside...Rejected...Craving your attention as you look RIGHT THROUGH THEM! What did beautiful, old windows ever do to deserve such heartless treatment?

As you read this, homeowners across America are ripping innocent, unsuspecting, character-rich, older and historic windows out of their homes; casting them aside for new models. Their despair is clear. But the real tragedy is this: The sparkly allure of these new windows is short-lived. Most window manufacturers don't want homeowners to know it, but repairing old windows can actually be cheaper and more energy efficient in the long run. And, greener.

Before you decide to replace your windows, get the facts. You have a choice. For too long your windows have suffered in silence. It's time to heed their cries: Watch SaveTheWindows today and then learn more about how you can save money while saving your windows: http://www.savethewindows.org

You won't be sorry.

 


Keywords: windows, old vintage windows, repair, save, endangered, historic home, energy efficient, green

Posted: November 18, 2010
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