New advanced HomelightPlus Range from Crittall

Crittall Windows has introduced a new steel window aimed at the residential market, the HomelightPlus range.

An enhanced version of the company’s successful Homelight steel window first made during the 1920s, the new-look window features contemporary styling and window profiling, plus higher energy-savings, performance, and improved security.

The authentic ‘like-for-like’ steel window offers significant energy savings – thermally improved to meet Part L of Building Regulations by achieving either a window energy rating Band B or a centre pane U-value of 1.2w/m2k.

The window has been made especially secure through an improved, robust, security multi-point locking option. This modern steel window is dual double-finned weather-stripped and features high performance double glazing. Its slim frame gives minimal sight-lines allowing for larger areas of glass than any other window of a similar size to maximise daylight.

As a galvanised steel window it will last over 60 years. Polyester powder coated the HomelightPlus window has a consistent, even, coating, not requiring redecoration for 25 – 30 years. It is competitively priced and economical to maintain long-term.

HomelightPlus is available in a choice of styles including a true divided glazing bar option and in 46 colours, plus a dual colour option. The steel window frames can match, or contrast, with interior décor.

The HomelightPlus launch rollout begins this Spring, with the window range available through a nation-wide network of local Crittall Window Specialists.

It is supported nationally by trade and consumer PR activity, a new-look Crittall website, and marketing materials including a leaflet, flyers, and ads at local Crittall Window Specialist level.

Stuart Judge, managing director at Crittall Windows, commented:

“We see this major new product development as a significant milestone for the company and adding a new dimension to the window frame marketplace. It presents an excellent opportunity for the building, architectural and installation sectors, offering their clients a new product with many tangible features and end-user benefits.It’s great news too for householders seeking the best windows for their homes.

“Specifiers and installers should ensure the window brand is what it says it is – only the original, genuine, make – from a reputable manufacturer like ourselves. Being the original, pioneering, steel window company, Crittall knows there are window companies claiming to be providing that, but are not.”