With the rising demand for energy-efficient housing and the government’s push to increase the star rating of new houses from five stars to six stars, Deceuninck’s Zendow window systems are designed to reduce the consumption of increasingly scarce fossil fuels and the emission of CO2.
In Europe, North America and China, uPVC is a popular choice for window systems in residential applications. It offers both thermal and acoustic insulation, has a long life span and low-maintenance properties, and provides aesthetic design and recycling possibilities.
Energy-efficiency and recycling considerations were important parts of the development process for the Zendow series. All of this will make an important contribution to reducing energy consumption, as well as reducing CO2 emissions that are caused by fossil combustion for heating buildings.