It has been designed with a five chamber system and can incorporate argon filled triple glazing which enhances thermal performance. The product achieves a U-value of 0.8 and an A+ rating under the Window Energy Ratings scheme. The fully reversible window also has the ability to incorporate triple seals maximising thermal performance.
Plus, the window’s environmental credentials are further enhanced by Profile 22’s low carbon manufacturing process, which has seen the company achieve accreditation to the BES6001 standard for the responsible sourcing of its construction products.
Available in a choice of colours and woodgrain effects, the new fully reversible window is also Secured by Design, providing residents’ with peace of mind that homes are secure.
Commenting on the launch of the new window, Andrew Reid, Commercial Sales Director for Profile 22, said: “Under Decent Homes, low-rise social housing tended to be prioritised for refurbishment, which means many medium to high-rise developments still require replacement windows.
“Our new window represents the next generation of fully reversible designs, offering the safety and ease of cleaning specifiers expect for medium to high-rise housing, together with affordable energy efficiency that will minimise carbon emissions for social landlords and reduce energy bills for residents.”
For further information on the new fully reversible window, please visit www.profile22.co.uk.