Due to ever-increasing demands, mainly for better energy efficiency, glass technology is advancing faster than ever. Your local House of Surrey installer has a wealth of knowledge on all up-to-date technical information you may want to know and more about energy saving, all you need to do is ask.
With nearly a quarter of heat loss from most homes through windows, we're sure you'll save money with House of Surrey double glazing. With fuel prices rising, home energy bills won't stop climbing either. It makes financial and environmental sense to fight back, save money and be as eco-friendly as possible by fitting more energy efficient windows. New windows are still one of the best home improvements - House of Surrey and its local installers can help...
In 2006 the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) introduced its Window Energy Ratings (WER) initiative for replacement windows. Because we worry about the technical stuff like U values and energy performance certificates, it's simple for you to enjoy the benefits of the latest energy-rated window systems with BFRC ratings from a highly-commendable 'C' to the highest 'A' rating.
As you'd expect from Vevo, energy efficient glazing comes in a wide variety of styles to suit any property. From simple casements to sophisticated tilt-and-turn uPVC windows and sliding sashes, there's a WER-rated House of Surrey window for your home.
When you choose Vevo, you can be sure your new windows have been designed and manufactured with looks, security and energy efficiency in mind. You'll be saving money on your electric bill from day one with these advantages:
House of Surrey sealed unit replacement windows are normally made of two panes of glass separated around the edge by a spacer bar and sealant. The sealed unit is then filled with air or a gas such as Argon. By varying the properties of the glass, spacer bar and gas, we can alter the rate at which heat passes through the unit. We can also coat the glass to enhance its energy efficiency and other properties.For normal windows, keeping heat in is the usual aim. Some units simply stop heat passing in either direction, while others stop heat loss, while allowing the sun's heat in (solar gain). We'll help you choose the best option for you.
Due to ever-increasing demands, mainly for better energy efficiency, glass technology is advancing faster than ever.Your local House of Surrey installer has a wealth of knowledge on all up-to-date technical information you may want to know and more about energy saving, all you need to do is ask.