A Rated Windows & Doors
Save upto 10% on energy bills
Ever increasing energy prices are driving the new trend for eco-friendly and smart homeowners to make significant improvements to their properties in terms of how efficient they are to run and maintain. Older classes of windows are responsible for a significant proportion of wasted energy in most of our homes across the UK.
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Exceeding the Standard
If you would like to replace your existing timber or even 1st generation PVC-U framed windows with newer, modern energy efficient frames that are now available - then we can help!
Designed, developed, manufactured, and installed to meet or exceed current British standards. Security and safety are of equal importance to us. These are not optional features!
Double-glazed windows have two sheets of glass with a gap in between, usually about 16mm, to create an insulating barrier that keeps heat in. This is sometimes filled with gas. Triple-glazed windows have three sheets of glass, but aren’t always better than double-glazed windows !
The most energy-efficient type for double glazing is low emissivity (Low-E) glass. This often has an invisible coating of metal oxide, normally on one of the internal panes. This lets in light and heat but cuts the amount of heat that can get out.
Gaps between the glass
Very efficient windows might use gases such as argon, xenon or krypton in the gap between the sheets of glass.
These are set around the inside edges to keep the two panes of glass apart. For maximum efficiency, look for pane spacers containing little or no metal – often known as ‘warm edge’ spacers.
A Rated Windows & Doors prevent harmful dampness, condensation, fungal spores, green algae & unwelcome insect nests caused by poorly fitted and sealed windows or doors!
A Rated Windows & Doors reduce potentially challenging health issues. All of the lost warmth adds to your heating bills. Having A rated windows & doors means that you won’t feel cold air when the nights are drawing in.
An A-rated window is the most efficient window you can buy. A-rated glazing is very good at trapping natural heat from the sun, which warms your home all year round!
* The obvious benefit of A rated windows is the energy efficiency they offer. Better energy efficiency means lower energy bills. For example, if you replaced old, non-energy rated windows with B-rated glazing, you can save £1,918.76 over 10 years. However, exchange the windows for A-rated glazing, and you could save £3,192.27 over the same period.