Energy efficiency represents a major initiative of the building and remodeling industries. We’re not just making improvements in homes, but in the way people live. When we can conserve energy and other natural resources, we are making a difference.
At Johnson County Siding & Window Company, we partner with companies that share our long-range view of remodeling.
James Hardie manufactures fiber-cement siding that requires less maintenance and lasts longer. That means homeowners are using less water to clean the siding, and reducing the need for replacement materials.
As a company, James Hardie is committed to the environment. As a supporter of the Zero Waste to Landfill initiative, James Hardie reduces the amount of raw material that ends up in America’s landfills.
We also use CertainTeed CedarBoards insulated vinyl siding to promote eco-friendly remodeling. CedarBoards D6 utilize a minimum of 60% post-consumer and post-industrial recycled materials. The siding looks like wood, but lasts like vinyl, and it has a lower environmental impact than most cladding options.
Marvin Windows, Simonton Windows, and ProVia produce ENERGY STAR-certified windows and doors. The products save energy, provide essential insulation, and require very little maintenance. ProVIa, in fact, has won nine ENERGY STAR Awards.
Energy efficiency is important to all of us. If you’re considering a remodeling project in the Kansas City area, talk to us at Johnson County Siding & Windows. We’ll help you see green, only when it comes to the efficiency and eco-friendly quality of our materials and practices.