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Windows for Passive House, LEED, Zero Energy & Passive Solar Homes - All there is to know about choosing & fitting windows

High Performance Windows & Doors are an essential part of all homes when building new or renovating, & especially when going for Passive House certification & Designs, Passive Solar heating design, LEED certified homesZero Energy Homes - Learn everything here about Windows & Doors & how they contribute to Passive Solar heating.

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This is where to discover How to Choose & Fit your Passive House certified Windows & Doors Correctly, or which type of window frame is best between Wood v Aluminum v Vinyl (PVC)?  and even our Top Tips for Choosing High Performance Windows. Also When to change Windows when Renovating? And Are Skylights a Bad Idea? Learn what type of windows are best for a LEED certified home, or simply which type of windows are going to last the longest in any new home build or renovation because the best windows are ones that keep bad weather out, whilst letting the light stream in - all in balance with keeping your home comfortable year-round wherever you are in the USA or Canada.

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