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Climate friendly lifecycle

Not only do LEDA windows and doors contribute to sustainability through superior energy efficiency and longevity, but the lifecycle of uPVC is also actually more climate friendly than that of wood and alternative materials. Its base resource – chlorine (or salt) –is abundant, its manufacturing process efficient, and it can be re-melted and recycled. uPVC has an 80 percent lower carbon footprint over its lifespan than aluminum, for example.

Good for your bank account and good for the environment

Depending on the size of your house and the number of windows and doors, the money saved each year on heating and cooling with LEDA profiles can be significant. Builders also report that you can often avoid other, more expensive upgrades to the building envelope by using low u-Value windows. That’s good for your bank account and good for the environment.

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