Top Three Ways Cortizo Slimline Doors Are Energy Efficient
An increasingly important consideration for residential and commercial property owners is energy efficiency. In other words, cutting down on bills whilst also helping reduce the impact of energy production on the environment.
Take one look at the large, floor-to-ceiling glass panels and you’d be forgiven for thinking that the on-trend aluminium sliding doors are anything but energy efficient. However, in this blog we’re looking a little closer at how brands like Cortizo are ensuring that larger glass panes and slimmer frames have little to no impact on energy efficiency.
Heating is one of the biggest energy guzzlers in homes across the UK, but Cortizo slimline doors offer exceptional thermal insulation thanks to the application of a special foam on the frame and sash.
Double and triple glazing
Cortizo offers a maximum glazing thickness of 65mm should you desire optimum thermal insulation for your property.
Increased exposure to natural light
Expansive views that bring plenty of natural light into your home is certainly an attractive prospect. But you’ll be pleased to know it’s not just about design aesthetics. Boosting the amount of natural light in your home means you won’t have to switch your lights on so often, saving even more energy. It’s a win-win situation.
Home to eight test banks, Cortizo’s dedicated Technology Centre helped them to pioneer energy efficiency by testing and certifying the properties of over 50 exclusive Cortizo systems. They are now a leading supplier, with over 30 countries benefiting from their well researched and developed slimline door designs.
We hope this blog has demonstrated exactly how Cortizo keeps their exquisite slimline sliding doors energy efficient. If you’re looking for a UK-based supplier of Cortizo, Klosen is the perfect team for the job. We can talk you through your design project and install with expert precision. Contact one of our friendly team members today.