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0 Comments | Jun 22, 2010

Gorell Launches Volume Purchase Program Page

INDIANA, PA, June 16, 2010—Gorell Windows & Doors is continuing its involvement in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) R-5 Windows and Low-E Storm Windows Volume Purchase Program. Gorell recently launched its new R-5 web section to coincide with the May 27 start date of the DOE program.

The new DOE program is designed to spur interest and selection of highly energy-efficient windows by providing cost incentives to potential window buyers and creating new market opportunities for window manufacturers.  Volume purchasers of windows and doors now have on-line access to select manufacturers whose products are certified to meet the program’s high performance requirements.  Buyers can review size and price ranges, then connect directly to a manufacturer’s web site to purchase products.  Potential buyers interested in Gorell replacement windows, patio doors and storm windows will be directed to the company’s newly launched R5 Windows Volume Purchase page.

Gorell manufactures new construction and replacement window products, patio doors, and aluminum storm windows and doors.  Products are marketed through a network of dealers and distributors.  Acknowledged as one of the most innovative and fastest growing manufacturers of windows and doors in North America, Gorell is consistently recognized for its high product quality and excellent customer service. Even after expansion into what now includes Colorado, Gorell Windows & Doors is a committed community-focused company as well, seeking to offer jobs whenever possible. Gorell’s business, based out of Indiana, PA, continues to grow despite the recent economic drought, hoping to keep up with high levels of manufacturing output, well-respected customer service, and certainly sales of windows, doors, and the other aforementioned products.

Also, check out the video on the page as well, with Tyson Schwartz explaining the volume purchase program to the interested consumer.