Enter DWM’s Green Awards 2015

August 21st, 2015 by Editor

Door and Window Market (DWM) magazine is accepting nominations once again for its annual Green Awards. Companies in all categories — dealers, manufacturers and suppliers — are invited to make nominations.

Have a supplier who is doing great things in the name of energy efficiency? Nominate them. If you are a dealer or distributor and you are proud of the things your manufacturer is doing in the name of energy efficiency, nominate them. Proud of a project, a product or responsible changes you are implementing at your company? Nominate yourself. We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Nominations are due by September 4.

Questions? Contact Tara Taffera at 540/720-5584, ext. 113, or at ttaffera@glass.com. Nominations may be emailed to ttaffera@glass.com or DWM editor Trey Barrineau at tbarrineau@glass.com. Photos may also be emailed.

Retailer/Dealer Category
(Could include doors, windows, mouldings or millwork)
Do you sell an energy-efficient product? If so, we want to reward the dealers that have done the best job marketing those efficient products.
Your Company Name
Product Name
Manufacturer Name
Why is the product energy-efficient?
Why it is important to you to sell energy-efficient products?

How has this campaign helped consumers realize the need for energy-efficient products?
How has it helped boost sales? (If you engaged in a specific marketing campaign for this product, please submit those corresponding marketing materials with your entry.)

Project Category

Your Company Name
Project Name
Product Name

Certification program for which the project qualified (for example, LEED for Homes, NAHB Green Guidelines, etc.)
How does the window help contribute to the overall energy efficiency of the home? How will it contribute to energy savings for the homeowner?


Component/Supplier Category

Your Company Name
Product Name

How does this product deliver superior energy efficiency results?
Tell a little about the product’s construction, as it relates to the energy efficiency of the product.


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