Energy Efficient Windows
The windows in FCNL’s building are designed to prevent unnecessary loss of heat in winter and cool air in summer. The windows also open easily, so we can welcome fresh air into the building during Washington’s temperate autumn and spring. The windows are coated with a glaze that reduces heat transfer and ultra-violet light.
We believe energy-efficient windows, because of their wide availability, are one of the easiest ways to decrease the use of fossil fuels through energy efficiency.