Energy Efficient Glass

Save up to 20% on heating bills

 

Heat lost through your windows can be expensive to replace to the point of throwing money out of the window! Installing low emissivity (low-e) energy-efficient windows supplied by Studley Glass can help to reduce your heating bills by up to 20% each year.

Benefits of Energy-efficient glass:

  • Improves the energy efficiency of your home
  • Reduces the amount of energy you use
  • Saves you money on your heating bills
  • More effective than single glazing or standard double glazing
  • Provides you with the quality and reassurance you would expect from a leading brand
  • Manufactured to the highest European quality standards
  • Help reduce CO2 emissions and your carbon footprint


Saving You Money

Reducing the energy escaping and letting the suns energy flood in.


Reducing CO2 Pollution

Reducing the amount of energy you have to use to heat your property.


Long-Term Investment

Improve the energy efficiency rating of your house ready for resale.


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Low-e glass for any property

We offer a range of low-e energy-efficient glazing to suit every type of property, from a modern home to an older traditional styled home. Pilkington energiKare™ is the name given to double and triple glazing used to improve the thermal efficiency of homes. Low-e reduces the amount of heat lost through your windows and can also allow more heat energy from the sun in through the glass. This so-called passive solar gain provides additional energy free of charge.

When installed in good window frames of any material; uPVC, timber or Aluminium, it helps to achieve the requirements of the latest Government Building Regulations for the energy efficiency of homes using either the Window Energy Rating (WER) scheme or by having a very low U-value.


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P: 01527 857786Fx: 01527 857800E: sales@studleyglass.com

Studley Glass. Unit C - The Renshaw Ind Est. Green Lane, Studley, Warwickshire B80 7EY

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