Windows and the Environment

Green Energy Windows is committed to preserving the environment. In fact, this is one of our core values.

Not only is our range of composite and vinyl double glazed windows the envy of the industry for quality, style, and energy efficiency but every step of manufacture and production is carefully assessed to minimize the environmental impact.

Rennaissance Corner

The Renaissance composite material is the most energy efficient frame on the market and is more efficient than timber, vinyl, fibreglass and aluminium.

Unlike timber windows, the composite material used in our windows does not contribute to deforestation, and is much less expensive than timber windows.

We are making it affordable to be environmentally aware!

Vinyl and composite windows require less energy to manufacture than aluminum windows. 100% of any scrap generated in the production process is recycled and sent back to the supplier where it is used in other products, therefore preventing material from reaching landfills or rubbish dumps.

Renaissance Internal Patio Door
The small part of the Renaissance Composite windows that is genuine timber is the optional timber veneer on the internal finish.

The veneer material is taken from trees which are cut from reclaimed forests, meaning areas where trees are replanted after harvesting, thus continuing to help to preserve the environment.

The colour of the Renaissance Composite material is integral, so painting is not needed. This avoids theuse of chemicals to paint the product in either its original state or any future maintenance.

All our windows have excellent thermal properties, designed to keep energy costs low while keeping homes cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

Vinyl Chambers
All our vinyl windows feature insulating airspaces within the frame structure. These air spaces, coupled with insulated glass, form a very effective barrier that assists in stabilizing the room temperature, and insulates against fluctuations in external weather conditions.

Vinyl saves energy and reduces CO2 emissions. Vinyl takes less energy to produce than many competing products, and 20 percent less than other plastics. Vinyl also saves on fossil fuels, as its principal raw material (nearly 60 percent) is the chlorine derived from common salt.

Vinyl window frames are highly energy-efficient, uses fewer resources to manufacture with low contribution to greenhouse gases.

By doing our part to preserve the environment, we hope to touch the lives of those around us.

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