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Sustaining sustainable homes still

On 1st May 2008 the Government confirmed it would be mandatory for all new homes to have a rating against the code for Sustainable Homes.

Clear View are committed to designing and installing industry-leading windows and doors for new homes that continue to rank high on the Code for Sustainable Homes; supplying Blyweert Beaufort’s Advanced Plus window range, the most pioneering and benchmark setting aluminium window systems. This aluminium window system was the first to achieve a Level 4 on the Code for Sustainable Homes which requires that a system must offer a 44% reduction in carbon emissions.

The Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) has 6 levels. Each level is an increasing reduction of carbon emissions, for example, Level 1 requires a 10% reduction of the Target Emission Rate (TER), Level 3 requires a 25% reduction, and Level 6 requires a 100% reduction and is deemed a ’zero carbon’ structure.

The Code aims to protect the environment by providing guidance on the construction of high performance homes built with sustainability in mind.

For more information about our range of aluminium windows and sliding doors from Blyweert Beaufort contact us today on 0800 9078658 or email sales@clearviewdoors.co.uk

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