Dekko Window Systems has become one of the first fabricators in the country to feature Deceuninck UK’s new energy saving calculator on their website, enabling the company’s installer customers to sell more.
The simple selling tool enables installers to work with their customers and calculate how much money and CO2 could be saved by fitting Deceuninck windows, an important factor for homeowners to consider when looking to invest.
For example, a double storey detached house with double glazing and mains gas could expect to save over £6,600 over a 10-year period by having Deceuninck’s double glazing windows installed. This then rises to over £35,000 over 30 years, £63,000 over 40 years, and £110,000 over a 50-year period.
For many years, Dekko has been a proud supplier of Deceuninck windows, which are A++ rated for energy efficiency, and are available in either a traditional 2800 chamfered profile, or a Heritage 2500 decorative profile.
These windows offer excellent thermal insulation with U-values as low as 1.0, and a multi-functional weatherseal welded at the corners for superb weather resistance.
The company’s Infinity range of PVC windows is also made from Deceuninck profile, and is manufactured using pioneering Graf weld technology to deliver a seamless finish.
Dekko Sales Director Kurt Greatrex comments: “It can often be a challenge for installers to demonstrate just how cost-saving energy efficient windows can be, but with Deceuninck’s new energy saving calculator, this becomes much easier, which is why we’re proud to feature it on our own website, enabling our customers easy access to this clever and easy to use selling tool.
“With energy costs currently through the roof, it’s more important than ever that we help consumers save where they can, and investing in energy efficient windows is one of the best ways to do this.
“At Dekko, supporting our trade customers has always been paramount, and we’re proud to be offering this unique tool to help them sell more to the end user, and continue to get ahead.”