Conservatory Outlet dealers now have the option of promoting energy rated residential and composite doors alongside conservatories following the development of these products by their Wakefield-based supplier.
Synseal Synerjy and double glazing fabricator Conservatory Outlet has been successful in achieving both an A-rating and a C-rating on residential doors, as well as energy ratings on both Door-Stop and Solidor composite doors. These doors will now complement energy rated triple glazing windows and Energy Saving Trust Recommended windows in the company’s portfolio of thermally efficient products.
The BFRC Door Energy Ratings scheme was launched in September 2011 to extend the rainbow label rating scheme used for windows; something that Conservatory Outlet and its network of dealers embraced soon after its inception, and prospered from as a result.
The introduction of energy rated residential and composite doors by Conservatory Outlet, which were unveiled at its annual Dealer Conference at the end of April, also follows shortly after the fabricator announced that it now manufactures Secured by Design Certificated windows and doors using the Synseal Synerjy profile.
‘It’s very important to us and our customers that Conservatory Outlet products are formally recognised and approved by leading schemes, such as the Window Energy Ratings, Door Energy Ratings and Secured by Design schemes,’ said Greg Kane, Sales Director of Conservatory Outlet.
‘When the DER Scheme was launched last year, the questions was simply when – not if – we would develop our own energy rated doors. I’m delighted that we have now achieved this to join the short list of UPVC fabricators that are currently able to manufacture energy rated doors.’
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