Environment and climate friendly

We provide energy efficient windows for low-energy houses as well as normal homes. 

Architect construction of a bunker-like design with big windows

Our triple-glazed windows, VELFAC 200 ENERGY deliver U-values as low as 0.8 and contribute to reducing heat loss and CO2-emissions from buildings. 

As Denmark's leading window manufacturer, we are very conscious of our responsibility towards people, the environment and society. Ever since our foundation in 1965, concern for our environment and climate has characterised our products.

Our windows have been used in some of the most sustainable leading building projects in Denmark. Furthermore, our windows are suitable for use in LEED-, BREEAM- and DGNB-certified buildings. They can also be used in Nordic Ecolabelled buildings and qualify for the Danish Indoor Climate Label (DIM). Read more about our certifications

Consultancy and service
As a professional partner, we provide both designers and contractors with advice and technical support based on our expert knowledge, data and qualified know-how.

Therefore, we have long been the preferred choice for consultants who need a professional sounding board and supplier of quality solutions for sustainable construction projects.  

References
Our windows are used in some of the most sustainable leading building projects in Denmark. Among the most recent ones are the Green Solution House and the Future House on Bornholm as well as the MIPIM Award-winning project Krøyers Square in Copenhagen. Go to the galleri

Designed for the segregation of materials   
We believe in the importance of avoiding unnecessary waste of valuable resources related to our products' life cycle. An example is our VELFAC 200 series, which consist of 93 per cent recyclable components, which are made of nature's own materials. Also, the products are designed so that you can easily completely disassemble them into components that can be treated as separate and clean material fractions.

In this way, the vast majority of the products' input materials can go through a life cycle, where the end of life materials can be reused for e.g. new building materials.  We are constantly focusing on the long-term recirculation of resources, and we therefore continuously increase the proportion of materials that can be recycled.