Energy Rated Windows
Your home is in safe hands when you choose High Performance 'A' Rated windows from Bryant and Cairns Windows & Conservatories. Not only will you benefit from real savings on your fuel bills, but you will also be helping reduce the impact on the World's natural resources.
Did you know that our homes account for a quarter of all CO2 emissions in the UK and windows can account for up to 30% of the total heat lost from a house? 'A' Rated windows can have a zero energy loss over a year cycle or even add energy back into the room via solar gain.
Many window companies lay claim to having 'A' Rated Windows when in fact all they offer is Low E glass or triple glazing, so it is important to check the credentials. The only way to check if a window is genuinely Energy Rated is to check the British Fenestration Ratings Council website BRFC. If it isn't registered........it isn't Energy Rated!
- Highly Insulated PVCu frames provide a barrier to cut heat loss.
- Heat from radiators is reflected back into the room,
keeping more warmth inside your home
- Even during winter, energy from the sun passes through
the specialised glazing and has a warming effect on the room.
Make Real Savings On Your Energy Bills
By Replacing Your Old Windows With 'A' Rated Energy Efficient Double Glazing
Replacing your old uPVC Windows with 'A' Rated Energy Efficient Double Glazing could save you an average of £612 a year.
How Much Could You Save?
- Single Glazed Timber Windows 4.8 'U' Value to Double Glazed uPVC 1.4 'U' Value - £1486
- Double Glazed Timber Windows 2.8 'U' Value to Double Glazed uPVC 1.4 'U' Value - £612
- Old Double Glazed Aluminium Windows to Double Glazed uPVC 1.4 'U' Value - £874
- Old uPVC Double Glazed Windows 2.4 'U' Value to Double Glazed uPVC 1.4 'U' Value - £612
All estimates are forecast using Deceuninck Energy Saving Calculator and are based on UK electricity tariff of 34p per kWh from 2022.
If you would like to find out more about our products and how installing energy efficient 'A' rate products might improve your home, fill in the simple form below.
What Is Double Glazing?
Double-glazing is a window consisting of two panes of glass separated by a layer of trapped argon gas. The layer of argon gas has 67% of thermal conductivity of air, making it a poor conductor of heat, thus keeping warm air trapped inside your home and helping improve energy efficiency.
This extra pane of glass also acts as a secondary barrier to noise, helping keep your home nice and quiet, and strengthens the window to improve security.
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