Pensacola, FL: HomeRun Holdings™ announced today that the company’s new WISP™ Window and Door Systems with integrated storm protection has been named #16 on Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines’ list of the ‘101 Best New Products’ for 2011. WISP Window and Door Systems debuted at the NAHB International Builders’ Show in January 2011, where it garnered praise from industry professionals, buyers and the media alike for its novel approach to storm protection and ease of implementation.
“We’re honored that the editors of Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler magazines have recognized WISP Window and Door Systems as one of the best new products in the building and construction industry,” said Gordon Wuthrich, COO of HomeRun Holdings. “The WISP system has great potential to provide peace-of-mind to homeowners in the hurricane corridor. It’s easy to deploy and provides a safe, affordable way to protect the interior of a home or commercial building from damage caused by heavy rain, airborne debris and sustained winds.”
The magazines’ editors selected the ‘101 Best New Products’ for 2011 from the building products that have been introduced to the market since September 2010. The list will be published in its entirety in the July issue of Professional Builder and the August issue of Professional Remodeler magazines.
Constructed with a robust 6-inch aluminum frame, industrial-strength thermal breaks and insulated glass, WISP windows and doors have a unique high-impact storm shade integrated into the system. Made of the same tough, flexible, tightly woven synthetic fiber used to fabricated radial car and truck tires, the shades are finished with a specially formulated coating to make them weather resistant, water repellent and pliable, with the strength and flexibility to protect property from damage by hurricane-force winds. The system is extremely easy to deploy – simply pull down the high-impact shade and secure it to the windowsill. WISP Window and Door Systems are certified by NAMI, recognized by the International Hurricane Protection Association and comply with local and state building codes. Easily installed by professional builders, WISP Window and Door Systems can be used in new construction or as replacement windows.
Emanuel Mullet founded HomeRun Holdings, formerly known as the Wayne-Dalton Corporation, in the early 1950s. The Pensacola, Florida-based company offers a broad assortment of garage door openers, access systems, motorized window shades and storm protection products.
For more information about WISP Window and Door Systems with integrated storm protection, please call HomeRun Holdings at 877 939 9283 or visit wispwindow.com.