Telford and Shropshire are both beautiful places – and we want to keep them that way. That’s why we have considered this with our greener, energy efficient windows, doors and conservatories.
As an installer of PVCU windows, doors and conservatories, we come across much PVCU and glass waste in our day-to-day business, mainly from jobs that we have undertaken where we have had to take out old PVCU frames and glass.
As such, we have a responsibility to the local community and also to the environment that we need to dispose of this waste as carefully as we can in order to ensure that it does not end up in landfill sites, where due to its durable nature this material will not degrade and end up having an impact on the environment.
The materials used in our installations ensure that you, the customer, benefits from their new windows in terms of energy saving because the heat loss is minimal through the window and in turn creates a reduction of fossil fuels used to heat the home. This in turn reduces the carbon footprint of any installation that we carry out and enables you to save money on your heating bills.
We manufacture our own frames which helps us to reduce our carbon footprint. The frames are manufactured to the highest standards in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 fabrication of PVCU window and door manufacture.
All new windows that we install are BFRC Energy Efficient (Rated B or above). This ensures that the window is no longer a contributing factor to heat loss, and actually reduces energy consumption by 2KWH/m2/per year for the room it is installed in on an A rated window.
The window that we use for installations is recommended by the Energy Savings Trust.
We actively participate in a recycling scheme by recycling post-consumer waste, which enables us to conform to the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act and the Vinyl 2010 Charter.