February 14, 2013
Over the past decade we've had green and environmentally friendly initiatives drilled into our daily lives. Without actually realising it the majority of us will now split our paper waste from our glass waste and our food waste from our plastic and tins.
It doesn't stop there though and energy efficiency is hot on the heels of waste disposal as the big thing to improve on in 2013 and beyond. We might have the odd energy saving bulb and switch our electrical equipment off standby when we go to bed at night, but what else can we do to save energy and how do we actually know what we are saving?
If you don't already have them,
double glazing windows
are a great energy saving addition to any home. There's also now a minimum energy rating requirement that all newly installed windows must meet.
Designed by the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) all windows are now graded on a scale of A-G (high-low) based on how energy efficient they are with C being the lowest grade acceptable for new installations.
Zenith's windows all come with an A rating as standard and are now also installed using our innovative EcoTherm® process to save you money on your energy bills as well as helping us all play our part in reducing climate change.
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