VELFAC composite glazing for zero-carbon homes

Zero-carbon housing will play a crucial role in the UK Government’s drive to reach ‘net zero’ by 2050, while also meeting growing demand for more sustainable homes.

With an impressive eco-friendly reputation, VELFAC composite windows and doors deliver the low-energy performance essential for zero-carbon home design, without compromising style or architectural impact. Key features include:

  • U-values as low as 0.8W/m²k (for triple glazed units) providing excellent thermal insulation
  • Ultra-slim frame profiles designed to maximise natural light, further reducing energy use
  • Durable, external aluminium frames – no repainting required for the lifetime of the installation
  • FSC® certified pine, 50% recycled aluminium, and water-based wood treatments used in every frame
  • 93% recyclable window units
  • ‘Cradle to grave’ environmental declaration

VELFAC at Great Kneighton, Cambridge

At Great Kneighton, by developer Countryside, many homes deliberately exploit the VELFAC slim frame design to maximise natural light while also enjoying the exceptional levels of insulation – both thermal and acoustic – that the VELFAC frame design can provide. With its uniform sightlines, VELFAC glazing also delivers the seamless, stylish and contemporary finish demanded by the Great Kneighton vision, while the versatility of the system allows the same window style to feature across a wide range of different house and apartment designs. Find out more

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