Environmental Responsibility

Proudly serving Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties, including Doylestown, Norristown, Wayne, West Chester, and Kennett Square.

Buildings generate 39% of the nation’s carbon emissions, according to a May 2008 Brookings report.  Creating an energy efficient society begins at home.

Like every homeowner, you’re alarmed by your rising energy costs.  And like many Americans, you’re also concerned about the environment.  If you’re planning to replace your existing windows, you can rest assured that the Slocomb Window and Door brand will reduce both your energy bill AND your carbon footprint.

Energy efficiency has been at the core of Slocomb Window and Door’s engineering philosophy since 1934.  Slocomb Window and Door is committed to developing windows and doors that are as energy efficient as possible, and therefore as environmentally responsible as possible.  Their products are among the most energy efficient in the world.  Slocomb Window and Door’s windows, sold through Keystone Window, all meet Energy Star qualifications, which means lower costs to heat and cool your home, meaning fewer carbon emissions.

More importantly, however, Slocomb Window and Door windows meet and exceed all National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) and American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) industry standards, as well as qualify for the prestigious AAMA Gold Label Certification.
Slocomb Window and Door leads the industry in developing products that reduce heating/cooling consumption.  Their windows and doors ensure air tightness and an absolute minimum of cold conduction through the frames and sashes.

In addition, Slocomb Window and Door’s windows, made to prevent energy waste within your home, are themselves made by a process that creates the least amount of waste possible.  A state-of-the-art, automated robotics window assembly line is used to maximize each and every piece of material, thereby minimizing waste.  Finally, Slocomb Window and Door recycles all material waste and excess in order to continue being a responsible steward of the earth.