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Cesius Performance Glass
More and more consumers are becoming aware of the benefits of glass roofing compared with polycarbonate when building a conservatory. Aside from aesthetics, glass has a much longer lifespan, as well as ease of maintenance.
The Celsius range of glass is one of the first glazing solutions on the market to offer the unique combination of heat reflection and thermal insulation. At Westcott Windows, we are proud to use Celsius Glass on all of our conservatories.
Please see the technical data below to see how you can save money and get the best from your conservatory all year round.
Celsius One has become the new benchmark in performance glass for conservatories. With its blue tint and combined performance, it both enhances the look of your installation and ensures that you can use it for much longer and greater comfort than if you had opted for either a standard clear glass or other blue glass. Because it isn’t all in the colour.
If you really want to make a difference in the way you use your conservatory opt for Celsius One. The roof of this beautiful gable conservatory shows off the full effect of the blue tint.
The ultimate in performance glass, Celsius Elite brings the best performance glazing you can get for your conservatory. Visually it has the strongest blue in the range, which serves to enhance colours from your garden without darkening the room.
Externally the tint is more visible, giving a warm, cosy feel to your installation when looking in Elite is the best option for conservatories that are south facing and in exposed locations, to ensure you can use the room in increased comfort.
Recommended for the conservatory frames, Celsius Clear is the perfect alternative to standard clear glass. With a neutral tint that will not stop the light coming through, it will however provide much better protection that standard glass and is highly recommended if you are going to use either ELITE or ONE in your roof to ensure your conservatory performs.
If your conservatory is North facing you might consider using Celsius Clear in your roof to allow a good level of light to come through in winter.