Ecological and Efficient

In modern life and business, energy efficiency is a high priority. It includes a series of measures that are taken in order to reduce energy consumption, without disturbing working and living conditions.

Our company strives to carry out production using natural materials that do not harm the environment. Wood, as an integral element of our products, is a traditional material with good energy characteristics. In the production facility, we include ecological paints without harmful effects, as well as aluminum, which is another completely ecological material. We achieve energy efficiency by adopting efficient technology and production process, as well as by applying accepted methods to reduce energy loss.

By purchasing our products, you join the group of people who advocate for environmental protection and achieve a reduction in energy consumption in your home.

A smart choice

Even in a well-insulated building, we lose a large amount of energy through the windows, and heat enters through them in the summer. However, window thermal insulation is not something that comes to mind when insulation is mentioned.

With windows, the most important thing is that there are enough of them and that they seal well. With proper layout and selection of appropriate materials, we can reduce these losses and save money.

Increasing requirements for the energy efficiency of buildings have led to the production of windows in which the glass and frames have been improved to provide thermal protection. Care should be taken to avoid thermal bridges and prevent heat dissipation or entry.

Guarantee of quality

Windows are constantly exposed to heat exchange with the outside world. The glass surface is certainly the most exposed in this respect, making up over 70% of all windows. We therefore consider that 80% of a window’s performance is guaranteed by the characteristics of the glass. The rest is guaranteed by the quality of the frame.

The solution to improving the thermal insulation properties of windows lies, as we have already mentioned, in thermopanes or heat-insulating glass. These are multiple-glazed windows, usually double-glazed. The glazing consists of two or more single panes of glass of a certain thickness and with certain characteristics.

Frames, meanwhile, are manufactured with enhanced features to meet thermal insulation requirements and prevent heat loss and window overheating.