Long Island City, NY, September 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Whatever one’s stance on global warming happens to be, rising temperatures are driving everyone to find the best way to cool homes down. Today’s customers are more concerned than ever before with buying products that are environmentally sound and affordable. But long before the need for “green” technology was defined, turbine vents were being made and sold, and consumers were ahead of the game - saving money and being ecologically responsible.
These ventilators are energy efficient. They’re wind and convection driven, requiring no man–made fuel at all. In addition to functionality, designers find them appealing because they can be made in stainless steel, aluminum, galvanized and copper.
“We’ve seen a sharp rise in turbine ventilator sales in the last several years,” says Brian Taylor of Empire Ventilation Equipment, a New York based company which has been in business for over sixty years. Though turbine vents have been on the market for decades, the growing focus on solving environmental challenges has made them something of a rediscovery. “Customers are looking to go “green” and we help them save fuel and money at the same time,” Taylor adds. “We’re very proud of the fact that more than 95 % of our products are environmentally friendly and fashioned out of recycled and recyclable metals.”
For more information about turbine vents or Empire Ventilation Equipment Company visit their website at www.empirevent.com or contact Brian Taylor at (718) 728 - 2143 or mail them at 35–39 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, New York 11106.