With ever increasing energy bills it is important to ensure your home is as energy efficient as possible. By upgrading your windows to ones with PLANITHERM glass you can significantly reduce the cost for heating your home.
PLANITHERM is the market leading energy saving window glass that uses advanced coatings to retain warmth in the home whilst capturing heat from natural daylight. This means your home will be warmer and heating bills lower compared to standard double glazed windows. By insisting on PLANITHERM when speaking to your installer you can be confident you will reduce your energy bills.
By using PLANITHERM in your windows your installer will be able to provide you with A rated windows using the frame of your choice, for about the same costs as standard glazed, less energy efficient, windows.
To help you find the right glazing configuration for your home and lifestyle requirements we have devised a selection of Glazing Options that provide you with the ultimate choice when making such an important purchase.
If you are planning to replace your existing single or double glazed windows, and want the best possible solution to saving energy, ask your installer for PLANITHERM.
Insist on PLANITHERM for the most energy efficient window glass, a warmer home and lower energy bills.
See how PLANITHERM works
A staggering 26% of all domestic heat loss escapes through windows*. Choosing new windows with PLANITHERM energy efficient glass will reduce the energy consumption when compared with standard window glass and frames, whilst also reducing your heating bills.Read More
Calculate your SAVINGS
Find out how much you could save on your energy bills by installing windows with PLANITHERM glass by using this energy saving calculator provided in association with the GGF.Read More
Download our SGG Glass Compass
For reliable cost savings calculations that take into account the geographical location of your home and its orientation, download the SSG Glass Compass to help determine the right Glazing Option for your home.Read More