PCH Manufacturing were a part of the team responsible for designing and supplying tripe-glazed PVCu windows on all 72 homes in the multi-award winning Primrose Park scheme. The PassivHaus development recently won Sustainable Project of the Year at the Construction News Awards shortly after winning two prizes for sustainability at the Constructing Excellence Awards.
Steve Durham, Sales and Marketing Manager at PCH Manufacturing, said: “Triple-glazed PVCu windows are a great option for increasing the energy efficiency of your home and we’re delighted that ours have been recognised in the award-winning Primrose Park scheme.
“The layering of three glass panes helps to insulate your home which can result in lowering your energy bills compared to single or double glazed windows as the heat is kept in your house. The glass in these windows can also reflect warmth back inside which is even better for your energy bills.”
As well as excellent thermal performance, these triple-glazed PVCu windows offer reduced noise pollution with the extra layer of glass protecting your home from unwanted sound. The extra strength that comes with the extra panes makes the triple-glazed PVCu windows much harder to break through meaning that these windows can also help to improve the security of your home compared to single-pane windows.
Primrose Park is believed to be the largest completed and fully Passivhaus-certified scheme to date in the UK. Passivhaus buildings provide a high level of comfort while using very little energy for heating and cooling. Built with meticulous attention to detail and rigorous design and construction, PCH Manufacturing have met the highest standards of building efficiency through the design and supply of triple-glazed PVCu windows under the Passivhaus scheme.
If you are considering triple-glazed windows, contact PCH Manufacturing on 0800 111 4328 or firstname.lastname@example.org