The best performing windows money can buy

The next windows you choose could reduce wasted home energy by up to 20%

Reduce wasted energy. Cut bills

Choosing our windows to replace single glazed or older double glazed units saves money from day one. In fact, it could reduce your heating costs by up to 20% - perhaps worth up to £321 a year.

Stop condensation and noise

Lower heat loss at window edges makes our glass 3-4°C warmer - cutting condensation by up to 80%. Using high performance gaskets, our double glazing reduces noise pollution, too.

Our energy efficient windows reduce condensation by as much as 80%

The air in homes often has a high moisture content. Whenever we cook, bathe or even breathe, we increase water vapour.

When saturated air contacts a cold surface, condensation forms, promoting bacterial growth and mould. Both can compound respiratory problems such as asthma.

With lower heat loss at the edges, our windows are typically 3-4°C warmer than those with metal spacer bars, reducing condensation by up to 80%.

Shows the heat reflected back into the room and heat gained through heat transferUsing less energy means less CO2

Using energy for heating (or cooling) dramatically impacts the environment. Generating energy typically produces greenhouse gases such as CO2. The more energy we use, the more emissions we create.

By making buildings more energy efficient with windows, we can reduce energy use and prevent energy waste. In the UK alone, fitting better windows could reduce emissions by almost 5 million tonnes.

The Glass and Glazing Federation calculates that if all UK replacement windows installed were B and C rated (like safechoice windows) instead of the minimum building regulation specification, each household could save the equivalent energy to making 34,000 cups of tea!

Solar gain, free heat

Our energy efficient windows are manufactured using the latest technology in glass and spacer units.

This allows heat generated from your home to be reflected back into the room but also trap free heat from the sun through solar gain, thus maximising the thermal performance of our windows.