PassivHaus Windows for Commercial Projects
As performance criteria and environmental impact requirements for all project types increase the need for a higher performing window system is imperative.
PassivHaus Windows offer the highest levels of thermal, air and wind resistance available on the market today, whilst maintaining a modern window design.
Triple glazing is used as standard with a wide range of additional glass finishes or coatings able to be applied for various additional performance criteria.
The aluminium external frame creates a low maintenance external finish that can be used in even the most exposed locations throughout the UK with a marine grade coating.
Internal frames can be either timber or, in some instances, uPVC. Either frame option will maintain a PassivHaus standard as required which indicates an extremely low Uw value and high levels of resistance to wind rain and air permeability.
Building Regulations Part L2 governs the thermal performance requirements of non-domestic properties, which includes offices, schools and hospitals.
Thermal performance criteria differs depending on what type of work is being carried out but having well insulating windows is an important part of ensuring that a building has a low CO2 emissions and is a comfortable environment.