Energy Efficient Window Manufacturer Explains Glass Innovation for Safety, Sound Reduction, Storms

Intus Windows, a leading manufacturer of passive house compliant windows, says that Guardian Glass offers both protection and efficiency.

According to Rolandas Talalas, Principal/Managing Director of Intus Windows (http://www.intuswindows.com/), a worldwide leader in the manufacture of energy-efficient window products, his company takes the complexity out of laminated glass and even offer made-to-order and high-volume custom sizes.Using Guardian Laminated Glass Intus can even configure its window products to meet the needs of regional climates and local codes.

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