Preston Windows That Are Energy Efficient

Croft of Preston Windows Receive A+ Energy Efficiency Rating

We all want to save money and reduce our energy bills so leading Preston windows supplier, Croft are delighted to announce an A+ energy efficiency rating from the BRFC.

Who Are The BFRC?

BFRC are the premier UK authority for independently verified ratings of energy efficient windows and energy efficient doors. Croft’s windows and doors have now been rigorously tested and gained the A+ rating which means you can trust Croft to keep your home as insulated and warm as possible.

Croft’s craftsmanship dates back to 1874 when Thomas Croft founded Thomas Croft and Sons, the renowned building and civil engineering company, famous for building many of Preston’s landmarks including Preston Town Hall and Preston Municipal Buildings, as well as Blackburn Cathedral. This attention to detail for quality craftsmanship lives on and now the focus is on delivering premium windows, conservatories, orangeries and doors to people living in the Preston, Lytham, Poulton, Ribble Valley, Garstang, Blackburn, Chorley and surrounding areas.

Our customers have very high standards so it is important to Croft that we only provide the very best quality windows, doors, conservatories and orangeries that will add value to their home. Energy efficiency is an important demonstration of the quality of our work so we are delighted to be able to announce the new A+ rating.
To see a sample of the windows, conservatories, orangeries, doors and other products Croft supply, please view our gallery page.

To see more details of the BFRC energy rating system, please see here.

Finally, if you would like to reduce your energy bills while enjoying beautifully bespoke windows, conservatories, orangeries and doors, you must phone Croft. We have a showroom featuring a whole range of conservatories, orangeries, doors and windows in Preston and if you pop in for a quote, you will even receive a £50 holiday voucher as a thank-you.

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