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High performance with affordable quality

Velfac doors and windows offer excellent insulation with low maintenance

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Velfac composite aluminium/wood windows, external doors and casement doors offer impressive thermal performance whatever the project or glazing style. The low energy design keeps draughts out, heat in, and controls solar gain, allowing maximum use of floor space and keeping energy bills low.

Excellent insulation in every location

The distinctive Velfac system meets the highest standards of air and water tightness, and wind resistance, making it the ideal choice for any location no matter how exposed. U-values as low as 0.8W/m2k (for triple glazed units) deliver excellent insulation, while optional low energy coated glass can be specified to minimise solar gain.

Virtually maintenance free

Whatever the weather, low maintenance Velfac frames won’t need repainting for the lifetime of the window – inside or out. External aluminium and timber inner frames are both robust and durable, and need only regular cleaning to ensure optimum operation.

Affordable quality, affordable style

High performance plus low maintenance equals a highly cost effective solution, with further value added by the stylish and contemporary Velfac frame design.

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