New SGG EcoClear+ Consumer Brochure With Performance Comparisons

Solaglas’ new consumer brochure on its market leading sealed unit SGG EcoClear®+ is now available to customers.

The attractive eight page brochure has been designed to clearly demonstrate the advantages of EcoClear+ in energy saving, performance and visual clarity, and help installers communicate the key benefits to homeowners. The brochure also includes a performance table comparing EcoClear+ against 2002-2010 double glazing, pre-2002 double glazing and single glazing.
 
With EcoClear+ double glazed units in their window frame, homeowners benefit from the best thermal insulation, optimum solar heat gain, virtual elimination of internal condensation and maximum natural light into the room. EcoClear+ also means top performing energy efficient windows - A, B or C energy rated windows can be achieved easily and cost effectively with virtually every window system. The energy saving benefits means homeowners can expect to save £7,500 in heating bills for a typical semi-detached house over a 20 year period.
 
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