New and improved EcoClear+

Solaglas adds to its sealed unit range with SGG EcoClear® +, the new and improved version of its existing leading sealed unit SGG EcoClear®.

The new range makes it even easier and cost effective for fabricators and installers to get A, B and C energy rated windows.

Matthew Kirby, Solaglas’ Glass Marketing Manager says: “With changes to Part L Building Regulations from October, EcoClear+ is the clear choice for straight forward compliance. It allows fabricators and installers to achieve A, B and C Window Energy Ratings with virtually all window systems. EcoClear+ also gives maximum clarity and light transmission and virtually eliminates condensation.

“With EcoClear+ the financial and energy saving benefits of the range to the homeowner are reinforced,” continues Matt. “EcoClear+, which includes the new SGG PLANITHERM® TOTAL+, facilitates an ‘A’ Window Energy Rating in several window systems without the use of costly low-iron glass. This gives fabricators, installers and the homeowner extra value at a standard cost. EcoClear+ also delivers top performing energy rated windows across a broad range of window styles, including fully steel reinforced frames and large outer frames – the most onerous for achieving the best ratings.”

EcoClear+ is available from Solaglas as standard nationwide. Call Adam Heley on 024 7654 7461.

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