This year’s TOH Top 20 Building Materials to be revealed in the July/August issue of This Old House magazine and online at www.thisoldhouse.com/top20
ComfortSEAL Interior Windows Chosen as One of This Year’s Honorees
Stamford, CT | June 6, 2019— ComfortSEAL Interior Windows by LARSON Manufacturing Company is proud to be recognized as one of the TOH Top 20 Building Materials of the Year. Curated by This Old House magazine’s editors after months of research, review, testing, and input from industry pros, The TOH Top 20 Building Materials of the Year list continues the brand’s tradition of crowning the freshest, game-changing products of the year for construction and remodeling projects.
“We were impressed to see so many innovative building-product launches this year which made winnowing down the field especially challenging,” said Thomas Baker, TOH Building Technology Editor. In naming ComfortSEAL Interior Windows to the list, This Old House said, “These aluminum-framed windows form such a tight seal against an existing window’s jambs and stool, they can cut air infiltration by 75 percent, and outdoor noise by half. With low-e glass, they’re Energy Star rated.”
The TOH Top 20 Building Materials of the Year list debuts June 7 on thisoldhouse.com and will appear in the July/August issue, reaching subscribers the week of June 10.
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