Preston A+ rated windows from Croft Conservatories
Croft Conservatories are proud to have recently achieved an A+ Thermal Rating Register and Certass rating on the windows we supply and fit around Preston.
As part of the Kyoto agreement, the Government made commitments to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases which are harmful to the environment. Encouraging firms to achieve energy efficiency improvements was one step towards this commitment and something Croft Conservatories takes seriously.
Energy the UK uses to heat, light and cool our buildings accounts for almost half of our carbon dioxide emissions therefore anything that can be done to make this process more efficient will help.
Energy efficient windows help to contain and conserve heat within the home and can also help reduce energy bills. They also help to keep out wind and rain, resist condensation while still allowing the warmth of the sun (free energy) to heat the home.
The Certass rating formula calculates energy efficient windows is the result of rigorous testing on different brands of windows. Croft aim to fit the best products for our customers and therefore we are pleased to be able to display a A+ rating across our range.
What does a A+ Certass rating mean?
The rigorous test aims to measure the U value (measurement of heat loss through a window) with the airtightness (weather resistance) and the G value (heat trapped inside a property harnessed from the sun). It is a 3 part test that results in a certification that can easily tell consumers how energy efficient their windows are.
As the new UPVC windows that Croft supply can expect a 35 year life span and all recyclable materials that Croft reclaim are recycled and used into components of new windows, Croft are proud to be helping our customers retain and save energy in their properties while reducing their energy bills and the UK’s energy demands in the process.
For more information about Preston A+ rated windows from Croft Conservatories or anything else to do with windows, doors, conservatories or orangeries in the Preston area, please contact us.