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Let Us Help REDUCE Your Carbon Footprint...

James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd. standard windows are "B" Energy Rated as standard. CO2 is the main green house gas effecting climate change. Our homes cause a quarter of all CO2 emissions in the UK.

Windows can account for 23% of the total heat loss (CO2) from a building. Energy Efficient Recommended windows are one of the most effective ways to save energy and reduce CO2 emissions.

By choosing windows from James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd., you'll be cutting your CO2 emissions which will save money on fuel bills.

If Required, in most situations our windows can be upgraded to the "A" energy rating.

Energy Efficient Ratings...

How do you tell if your windows are energy efficient? The British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) has introduced a window energy rating scheme very similar to that of domestic appliances. Products, that have been tested, will display the ratings grade (A-G) A being the highest, G lowest. Those with C or above will be able to use the Energy Efficiency tag.

James and Co. (Midlands) Ltd.'s products are available to give you a choice of windows with ratings from A - C.

Energy Efficient Guarantee...

Windows achieving a BFRC window energy rating of C or above can be endorsed under the Energy Saving Trust's Energy Saving Recommendation scheme. This allows the use of their logo to assure customers that the window has met set criteria on energy efficiency.

Less Heat Loss Means Lower Fuel Bills For You...

  • Fitting Energy Saving Recommended (ESR) uPVC windows will raise the total energy efficiency of your home.

  • Over 15% fuel saving on average.

  • Less energy consumed results in lower carbon emissions, which is good news for the environment.

  • High performance - a standard "E" rated window can have up to 94% more energy loss than a "C".

  • Credibility of product energy efficient rating claims are easily checked on the BFRC web site at www.bfrc.org.


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