Wrekin Displays Sustainable Window Solutions At CIH

Wrekin Windows, the specialist supplier of low maintenance PVC-U windows to the social housing sector, is highlighting the importance of sustainable energy efficiencyat this year’s CIH exhibition.

 

Wrekin offers a complete range of energy efficient and sustainable products, capable of achieving top thermal ratings.

 

Visitors to stand C15 will be able to see Wrekin’s newest window range, fabricated from RECO22, the innovative 100 per cent recycled window profile system – designed especially for the low carbon economy of today.

 

Available in a triple-glazed bead and featuring a centre pane u-value of as low as 0.8W/m2k, Wrekin Windows’ new range delivers significant in-life energy and CO2 savings, as well as this, the window system creates just six per cent of the carbon emissions during extrusion as a comparable profile made from virgin PVC material.

 

John Williams, Sales Director at Wrekin Windows, said: “The RECO22 window, together with our commitment to a sustainable environment, showcases perfectly our emphasis on ‘sustainable efficiency’ for social housing projects. 

 

“We understand that budgets are under pressure and that social housing providers have to make tough choices moving forward. With the government’s push on energy efficiency and carbon reduction, funding is very much tied into being able to achieve these targets.

 

“With a full listing in the BRE Green Book live, our window system creates just six per cent of the carbon emissions during extrusion as a comparable profile made from virgin PVC material, giving social housing specifiers a low maintenance, low carbon window option.

 

“Efficiency savings are paramount, and price is an issue for all procurement professionals but, in the social housing sector, it is more complex. Because we are dedicated to this sector, we understand these issues better than any other window or door provider.”

 

For further information on the full range of products from Wrekin Windows, visit stand C15 at CIH, call 01952 205000, email info@wrekin-windows.co.uk or visit www.wrekin-windows.co.uk

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