Croft achieves Energy Efficiency label for uPVC windows
Local company Crofts has been awarded the right to label its windows ‘Energy Efficient’ by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC), which is the body responsible for window energy ratings in the UK.
Windows like many of the domestic goods we buy can now be energy rated with the A to E label that we are all familiar with, but only windows assessed by the BFRC have the right to display the label. Crofts had to pass a rigorous assessment process in order to achieve an energy rating for its windows and now can offer windows to householders looking for a more energy efficient option.
Energy Efficient Windows
So exactly what are Energy Efficient Windows? They are windows that help to contain and conserve heat within your home keeping out wind and rain and yet allowing natural “free” energy – the warmth of the sun – to heat your home. By switching to Energy Efficient Windows you could save energy and reduce your household bills by as much as £461 per year and reduce your carbon emissions too.
Comments John Croft, Managing Director of Croft: “We are delighted to have been awarded the BFRC label for our windows. We have worked hard to ensure our products are energy efficient and to have the BFRC formally recognise that we achieved it, is great. Today more and more customers are keen to choose products that can help them save energy and help save the planet. Our windows do just that and this label is their guarantee.”
For more information on the BFRC visit www.bfrc.org or telephone the advice line 020 7403 9200.