The A-rated door will sit alongside and perfectly complement Conservatory Outlet’s existing range of A-rated and C-rated windows and Energy Saving Trust Recommended windows.
(PRWEB UK) 6 April 2012
The product portfolio of home improvement specialists Conservatory Outlet continues to increase after the company announced the inclusion of an A-rated UPVC door to their growing range.
Manufactured using the Synseal Synerjy profile and officially approved with an A-rating by the BFRC Door Energy Rating Scheme, this new door is among the most thermally efficient UPVC doors available.
At a time when the cost of household energy bills have reached an unprecedented high and millions of UK families are being forced to live in fuel poverty, Conservatory Outlet saw the development of an A-rated door as being of paramount importance.
The A-rating gives consumers a greater insight into the thermal performance of UPVC doors so that they can make a more informed decision when purchasing a door design.
In order to achieve an A-rating, the Wakefield conservatories and double glazing firm ensured that the door was put through stringent testing and manufactured to exceed the thermal requirements of UK building regulations, making it one of the most energy efficient UPVC doors on the market.
The A-rated door will sit alongside and perfectly complement Conservatory Outlet’s existing range of A-rated and C-rated windows and Energy Saving Trust Recommended windows. A selection of high-quality and maintenance-free finishes are also available.
This new door innovation will be rolled out to Conservatory Outlet’s full network of UK-wide double glazing installers and gives property owners a greater opportunity to fight off rising fuel costs by specifying both A-rated windows and A-rated doors.