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Energy-efficiency Guidelines for Timber Windows

Wood Window Alliance members manufacture some of the most advanced, energy-efficient windows and doors available in the UK, whether timber or aluminium-clad. All are double or triple-glazed (with the exception of specialist period windows) and can be specified with low-emissivity glass, gas-filled glazing units and warm-edge spacer bars. They exceed the energy-efficiency requirements in the Building Regulations and the performance requirements defined in BS 6375 Parts 1 and 2, relating to weather tightness, operation and strength characteristics.

Site instruction, aftercare manual & warranty

Mumford & Wood's windows and doors have been manufactured to exacting standards in closely controlled factory conditions and will provide great customer satisfaction over many years if installed and maintained correctly. It is essential that the instructions contained in this manual are followed carefully as failure to do so may invalidate our market-leading warranties in the unlikely event of a claim. This is an important document. Following installation, this manual should be passed to the home owner or building premises owner in order that maintenance and aftercare is fully undertaken. Failure to do so could affect the Mumford &Wood Warranty and Terms & Conditions. Our advice and recommendations can be found in this manual.

WWA Replacing windows in conservation areas

The visual character of conservation areas is under threat from unsympathetic replacement windows and doors. This conflict can be resolved by specifying traditionally detailed, high performance timber replacement windows that meet current Building Regulations while incorporating traditional sightlines. Members of the Wood Window Alliance have combined todays levels of energy-efficiency with authentic materials and historic sections that both Conservation Officers and Building Inspectors can embrace.

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