MIWD Supplies MI EnergyCore Windows for Net-Zero Vision House Tucson

Window & Door, PRweb.com
March 27, 2013

MI Windows and Doors―along with Green Builder Media, green building expert John Wesley Miller, and architect Hank Krzysik―is participating in the Vision House Tucson, a sustainable demonstration home under construction in Arizona's Armory Park del Sol neighborhood, which includes more than 90 single-family, energy-efficient homes. The project focuses on green design; advanced technologies; and the utilization of innovative, site-specific solutions to enhance the home’s overall sustainability. On average, homeowners at Armory Park del Sol pay only $300 per year to heat and cool their homes, and use less than half the water of a standard Tucson home, according to a MIWD release.

Vision House Tucson is expected to be the first net-zero energy house using the City/County Net-Zero Energy Building Standard. MIWD is furnishing the home with MI EnergyCore windows with high-performance low-E glass and patented AirCell frame technology. The Environmental Protection Agency recently recognized MI EnergyCore windows as Energy Star Most Efficient for 2013.