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Ten Years On, The Triple Glazing Question To Return In March 2024

October 12, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, Edgetech, Glass|

A decade on from the original event, warm-edge experts Edgetech will again be asking the Triple Glazing Question. On Wednesday 27th March 2024, the Quanex company will bring hundreds [...]

The Future Homes Standard Could Transform Glass And Glazing – Is The Industry Ready?

June 21, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations|

This is a guest article from Edgetech Managing Director Chris Alderson: Edgetech Managing Director Chris Alderson discusses the Future Homes Standard – which is less than two years away [...]

Tougher Part L Requirements To Come Into Force Within Days!

May 4, 2023|Categories: aluminium, Building Regulations, Deceuninck|

Anyone supplying windows and doors into new build – including home extensions – has only days to meet tougher standards of thermal performance. The Part L new build transition [...]

Industry Appears Divided On Approach To 2025 Future Building Standard

April 11, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, DGB ECO, double glazing industry|

All eyes are on 2025. The Future Building Standard will be the biggest set of revisions to Building Regulations in a very long time and will force change and [...]

We Need To Approach Trickle Vents From A Different Angle

March 22, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, double glazing industry|

The debate around trickle vents is morphing into one which will continue to rage within the sector, but actually go nowhere. The petition that was launched at the start [...]

Petition Launched To Change Regulations On Trickle Vents

March 1, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, double glazing industry, trickle vents|

In response to new Building Regulations that came into force in June 2022, requiring all window replacement installations to include trickle vents, a Government petition has been launched with [...]

Eurocell’s Future Homes Ready Modus System Continues To Lead The Market

February 21, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, Eurocell|

With the introduction of the Future Homes Standard (FHS) just two years away, national housebuilders have been working closely with Eurocell to enable them to achieve energy efficiency and [...]

Zero|90 Launch Events At Liniar Create Industry-Wide Buzz

February 16, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, double glazing industry|

Guest post from Liniar: Liniar, the UK’s leading PVCu systems company and a subsidiary of Quanex, launched its new Zero|90 and Zero|90R window and door system at the end [...]

Could The Future Building Standard Be Watered Down?

February 15, 2023|Categories: Building Regulations, DGB ECO, double glazing industry, trickle vents|

Whilst the arguments over trickle vents continue to rage on, eight months after their implementation, attention has rightly turned to the next major set of revisions due to come [...]

I Used ChatGPT To Ask About Fenestration And This Is What It Said

January 25, 2023|Categories: double glazing industry, technology, trickle vents|

You may have heard of something called ChatGPT over the last few weeks. ChatGPT is an AI text platform that is both fascinating people and terrifying copywriters in equal [...]

£1bn In New Grants For House Insulation Measures, But Nothing For Windows Again

November 28, 2022|Categories: DGB ECO, double glazing industry, trickle vents|

Another Government brings with it another new initiative to try and spur work in insulating the leakiest of Britain's homes. This time, there is a fresh wave of £1bn [...]

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