Energy-Efficient Windows Installed at LEED Certified School

April 19, 2010

TRACO announces that it has manufactured more than 1,900 architectural windows as part of the $55 million semi-historic complete renovation of Eastern High School in Washington, DC. The TRACO TR-9900 double-hung windows and TR-9950 fixed units were provided for the school, which will be a LEED silver or possibly gold building. The window’s glass package included PPG Solarban® 60 and laminated glass for superior energy efficiency and increased sound control.   For more information, contact TRACO at 800-837-7001 or www.traco.com.

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