The Good Housekeeping Research Institute Supports Carps Windows
Carps Windows has been a proud seal holder since 2001 after being reviewed by experts at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute (GHRI). The GHRI is the product-evaluation laboratory of the magazine, with a staff of scientists, engineers, nutritionists, and researchers dedicated to evaluating and testing everything from moisturizers to bed sheets to cell phones.
The Research Institute was founded in 1900 to improve the lives of consumers and their families through education and product testing. Carps windows and patios were evaluated in the consumer electronics and engineering department. This department specializes in appliances like flat-screen TVs and refrigerators, and home improvement products.
Tips from Good Housekeeping and Carps Windows
Be energy efficient - Carps windows control air traffic by conserving heat in the winter and releasing it in the summer. For more information see Good Housekeeping's Going Green Tips and Carps's Window Energy Information.
Protect Furnishing - Carps's UV-blocking glass prevents furnishing from fading from the sun. For more information see Good Housekeeping's list of 100 Problems Solved by the Seal and Information about Carps's Comfort 365 Glass.
Start new - Installing new windows is a great step towards renovating your home. For tips on home see Good Housekeeping's door or window section.