V-Kool Window Film Debuts Customer Referral Reward Program

Date: 13 December 2007
Source: V-Kool
V-Kool, Inc., North American distributor of heat-blocking, energy-saving applied window film for commercial and residential applications, announced a referral reward program that will pay recent customers 5% of the installed price of actual sales they refer to the company.

The referral reward for installing V-Kool in a typical home is about $125. On larger homes or businesses it would be more. There is no limit on the number of referrals.

“Talking about going green is good. Paying to go green is better,” said Marty Watts, V’Kool’s President and CEO. “We know the fastest, most effective way to save energy, slow-down global warming and reduce dependence on foreign oil is to make doing so profitable, so we are offering cash rewards to customers who can help us sell more energy-conserving V-Kool film.”

Typically, 25%-35% of the energy used in buildings and homes is wasted due to inefficient glass windows and doors that in the US are responsible for >10% of the annual carbon emissions that contribute to global warming. Every installation of heat-blocking V-Kool window film helps protect the environment.

Clear, colorless V-Kool applied film reduces solar heat and ultraviolet radiation without significantly decreasing visible light or changing the appearance of existing glass. In addition to reducing air conditioning operation cost, V-Kool window film enhances the many benefits of day lighting, and by decreasing heat, may improve indoor air quality while reducing the need to upgrade air conditioning systems.

V-Kool has been installed in thousands of homes and on the campus of Stanford University and in such landmark buildings as the former headquarters of Montgomery Ward in Chicago and the American Institute of Architects’ building in Washington, DC.

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