Energy Rated Windows - West Bridgford

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Energy Rated Windows - West Bridgford

Craftglaze offer Energy Rated Windows to West Bridgford and surrounding areas

Energy efficient glazing helps reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills, whether with double or triple glazing, secondary glazing, or just heavier curtains.

Benefits of energy efficient windows include:

  • A more comfortable home – energy efficient glazing reduces heat loss through windows and means fewer draughts and cold spots.
  • Peace and quiet – not only do they keep the heat in, energy efficient windows insulate your home against external noise.
  • Reduced condensation – energy efficient glazing reduces condensation build up on the inside of windows.

Energy efficiency and reducing your carbon footprint is important to many CraftGlaze customers in the West Bridgford Area.

To help you compare the effectiveness of each of our energy-efficient windows, we use the energy ratings system developed by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC), which is the UK’s nationally recognised scheme for measuring windows’ energy efficiency.

The BFRC scheme is used in Building Regulations to show compliance for window replacements; to comply, every window must achieve a C rating or above.

Each window is assessed to measure how well it prevents heat loss, keeps draughts out and how well it absorbs natural, free energy from the sun. This combination of factors gives an overall energy rating, ranging from A+ to G, with A+ being the highest rating.

Our uPVC windows achieve an A rating or higher as standard, meaning they gain more of the sun’s free energy than they lose through thermal transmittance.

Ratings of A+ and A++ are also possible with our uPVC windows. Our A+ double-glazed option makes the most of solar energy, while our triple-glazed options – available up to an A++ – offer the best in reducing heat loss.

By installing CraftGlaze windows,  you’ll be confident your home will be as warm as possible, while saving you money at the same time.


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