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A Rated Windows - Pilkington

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A Rated Windows The Government approved Window Energy Ratings scheme rates windows on a scale from G being the lowest up to A+ being the most energy-efficient windows. The current building regulations concerning the energy efficiency of homes require that windows are a minimum of band C however most window companies are aiming to provide the ...

What is Energy-efficient Glazing? - Pilkington

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Energy-efficient glazing is the term used to describe the double glazing or triple glazing used in modern windows in homes. Unlike the original single glazing or old double glazing, energy-efficent glazing incorporates low-emissivity coated glass to prevent heat escaping through the windows.

Low-emissivity Glass - Pilkington

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Low-emissivity glass (or low-e glass as it is commonly referred to) is a type of energy-efficient glass designed to prevent heat escaping through your windows to the cold outdoors. Low-e glass such as Pilkington K Glass™ or Pilkington Optitherm™ has an invisible coating which dramatically reduces heat transfer and reflects interior heat ...

Window Energy Ratings - Pilkington

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Window Energy Ratings. The Window Energy Rating (WER) tells you how energy-efficient your windows are. The rating system is based on a scale of G to A+, with A+ windows being the most energy-efficient. The scheme is similar to those seen on household appliances, white goods and light bulbs.

Pilkington Texture Glass

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Pilkington Texture Glass, a rolled patterned glass with one surface having a specific pattern or design impressed into the surface, offers a wide choice of attractive designs.

A complete guide to self-cleaning glass - Pilkington

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Its ubiquity is a result of the range of new technologies that mean it can be used for much more than just windows and conservatories. Innovations in coatings mean glass can be given a range of beneficial properties like thermal insulation, as well as solar and noise control. One of the most popular – but perhaps misunderstood – properties ...

How does it work? - Pilkington

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If the thought of spending endless hours cleaning windows puts you off building a new conservatory or installing skylights then self-cleaning glass is precisely what you need. View this demonstration video to gain a better understanding of how self-cleaning glass works with the forces of nature to keep your glass cleaner. How it works

Replacement Glazing - Pilkington

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Replace your glass, Reduce your heat loss Reduce the amount of heat lost through windows in your home by up to 75% - by installing Pilkington Insulight™ Therm units containing energy-efficient glass.. Providing your existing frames are still in good condition, you only need to replace the glazing to see a huge improvement on the energy efficiency of your home.

Specifying for protection: Safety and Security Glass - Pilkington

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Despite being one of the most commonly used access points for intruders, windows are often overlooked when thinking about making a property more secure. It is important to specify the right products in order to protect a building and its occupants, putting robust windows at the top of the priority list for many house builders.

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