Windows and Green Building
Green building is one of the most important trends in the construction industry today. When we build a house we cannot avoid impacting the environment, but we can work towards reducing that environmental impact.
This incorporates a whole building design approach into every phase of the building process including
• Land development
• resourcing efficient building designs to enhance the well-being of the occupants
• water efficiency
• minimize the negative impacts on the community and natural environment
At Green Energy Windows our desire is to help accelerate the adoption of building practices that result in
healthier and environmentally sustainable buildings.
This will help reduce energy bills, while providing a
healthier living environment,
reduce the need to burn fossil fuels and help fight climate change – one of society’s most pressing environmental issues.
As building professionals (and consumers) are increasingly discovering, there are as many techniques to building green as there are advantages.
Windows, for example, have been often referred to as the “Weakest Link” in providing the energy efficiency requirements to a home. Not any more!
Green Energy Windows has taken the initiative through our products to assist both builders and consumers with environmentally friendly building techniques, with the view to lessen the impact on our environment.
double glazed windows
to help the home owner, architect or builder with windows that help meet the requirements of Green Building Standards.
Window size and orientation when combined with the use of our
CôsE Performance Glass
as part of the double glazing, can have a huge effect on energy efficiency all year round.
of composite window frames are the latest in window technology and are more energy efficient than timber, vinyl, fiberglass or aluminium.
They have an aesthetic appeal which looks and feels like a timber window but will not absorb any moisture, will not rot or peel, and comes with a
No painting or repainting is required, with no insecticides or preservatives are used in the manufacturing process.
Unlike timber windows, this specialized composite material does not contribute to deforestation, are less expensive than timber windows.
100% of composite or vinyl scrap from our window frames is able to be recycled, preventing material from reaching landfills or rubbish dumps.
Green Buildings cost less to operate because they use less energy and water, and require less maintenance. Indoor air quality is superior because chemicals are minimized along with mold and other harmful substances.
They have excellent resale value because of their energy saving features and are built to last.
Green building using Green Energy Windows is the only choice for the future.
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