Focus on the future
Doing business sustainably will soon no longer be the exception, but the rule. At least that is our opinion. After all, we have a huge responsibility to slow down climate change and leave our children and future generations a planet worth living on. We want to live up to this responsibility. With wood as a material for our windows and doors, or with aluminium shells that already contain around 30 percent recycled aluminium, we are not badly positioned. But we also know that we must continue to work on improving ourselves. By looking into the question of how we can produce most of our energy ourselves or draw it from renewable sources. How we can reduce the CO₂ footprint of our products even further. Or how we contribute to ensuring that old windows and doors and their materials find their way back into the raw materials cycle. After all, a start has been made.
Sustainability in practice
Wood is our material.
As a renewable raw material that still stores CO₂ even as a building component, only wood comes into question for our windows and doors.
We plant trees.
That's right: Our partner WaldLokal plants trees around the corner from us. Namely, climate-stable varieties where the bark beetle ravaged.
We manufacture for generations.
For long-lasting windows and doors, we rely not only on high-quality wood, but also on high-quality hardware, aluminium shells, surfaces and glazing.
We are PEFC certified.
A sustainable approach to our environment is of great concern to us. That is why we have been PEFC-certified for several years.
We recycle our wood waste.
We use chips produced during production to heat our plant. What we cannot reuse ourselves, we press into wood pellets.
Our heart beats for old buildings.
Old buildings and listed houses are valuable assets that we are happy to help preserve by supplying our windows and doors. That, too, is sustainability.
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