Hazlemere support the GGF’s petition for a scrappage scheme for the double glazing industry

High Wycombe based window manufacturers, the Hazlemere Group, are supporting the Glass and Glazing Federation’s government petition, which calls on the introduction of a scrappage scheme for the double glazing industry to assist UK homeowners to fit energy efficient double glazing to their properies.

In September 2009 the GGF (Glass and Glazing Federation) launched a PR campaign to petition Number 10 Downing Street to introduce a scrappage scheme as a subsidy to fit new energy efficient double glazing in UK homes. The GGF petition states: ‘We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to introduce a window scrappage scheme in the UK to improve the energy efficiency of the existing housing stock.’

The GGF have already exceeded the 500 signatures their petition needed for it to advance. If you agree with the GGF and would like to make your voice heard, simply click here to sign the online petition

The implementation of a full on scrappage scheme for the double glazing industry, along similar lines to the car industry, would certainly show a genuine commitment from the government towards saving energy, and go some way to assisting UK homeowners lower their property’s carbon footprint.

Bucks manufacturers and installers, Hazlemere Windows, offer homeowners a wide range of energy efficient window systems, included “A” rated UPVC and aluminium windows, the highest possible level of energy efficiency achievable. Hazlemere Windows “A” rated windows have been endorsed and approved by both the British Fenetration Rating Council and the Energy Saving Trust.


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