The ENERGY STAR® windows program is a voluntary partnership between the U.S. government and the fenestration industry (NFRC) to promote sales of energy efficient windows, doors, and skylights. The ENERGY STAR® program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help consumers identify products that meet criteria for energy efficiency and quality. Find out more about ENERGY STAR® products.
We are proud to partner with the U.S. Department of Energy in support of the Builders Challenge. The DOE has challenged the homebuilding industry to build 220,000 high performance homes by 2012. Homes that qualify for the Builders Challenge must achieve a 70 or better on the EnergySmart Home Scale (E-Scale), meaning that they will use at least 30% less energy than a typical new home built to code. Through industry partnerships and existing programs, the Builders Challenge promotes the use of market-tested and cost-effective energy strategies. DOE's goal is that by 2030, new home buyers will have the option to buy a cost-effective, net-zero energy home anywhere in the United States. Find a participating builder in your area.
ODL Inc. participates in the NAHB Leading Suppliers Council. NAHB members subscribe to the highest product and service standards, setting them apart from other manufacturers and service organizations. The NAHB Leading Suppliers Council is a special standing committee of NAHB which gives leading building suppliers and service providers the opportunity to participate in NAHB activities, affect housing issues, and gain direct access to NAHB members. NAHB Leading Suppliers Council consists of more than 100 distinguished building industry supplier leaders, as well as related building industry trade associations.
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