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Choose from a range of energy-efficient windows and doors with the choice of uPVC, aluminium and timber double glazing that all offer improved energy performance. You wouldn’t choose white goods such as fridges and dishwashers that aren’t energy efficient so nor should you with your windows and doors. Always look out for the ‘Window Energy Rating’ label that will look similar to these other electrical appliances. Ratings start from a ‘G’ (for poor energy performance) through to the best performing ‘A’ rated energy windows.

What makes our double glazing ‘A rated’?

All of our uPVC double glazed windows are A-rated – meaning they have superior thermal performance as standard and are the highest energy efficient rating available. We ensure we use the best materials on the market for our double glazing, including industry-leading Pilkington glass. Our energy-saving UPVC windows are multi-chambered, and our aluminium frames have thermal breaks to conserve heat, while our timber frames insulate naturally. So no matter what your choice of window, you can be confident that we are providing an energy-efficient solution.

We are also proud to offer triple glazing as an option with all of our windows – triple glazed windows are is 40% more effective than A-rated double glazing so by choosing triple glazing for your replacement windows, you will be getting a fantastic level of energy efficiency.

How do you measure the energy efficiency of a window?

A number of different factors will contribute to the energy efficiency of a window. At Three Counties we use Pilkington glass as standard because we know that we are using a trusted product that will improve the efficiency of your home.

The Window Energy Rating (WER) ranges from G to A and more people are now looking or A-rated efficiency when choosing their replacement windows. Factors that are taken into consideration include the total solar transmittance, how much air can pass through the window seals and how well heat is retained by the glass – all these factors combined will contribute to the window’s overall rating.

What next?

To find out more about our replacement window options and their energy efficiency you can visit our Camberley showroom to speak to one of our experts. Alternatively, we can arrange for one of our team to visit your home with a range of samples to give you a no-obligation quote and free advice. We have been fitting replacement windows in Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire for almost 10 years and are the experts when it comes to replacement windows in your local area. Call our team or email today and we will be delighted to help you take the first step in improving the energy efficiency of your home.