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Consider the sun's orbit

Look at the four corners of the world
The amount of convertible energy for heating in the home from the sun is highly dependent on the geographical orientation (north, south, east, west) of the building and windows. South and west-facing windows produce most heat energy. The more windows there are, the higher the risk of the room's temperature fluctuating concurrently with the surroundings. Windows facing south and west should therefore be equipped with extra adjustment options in the shape of heat reducing sunscreening.


Ensure a better energy balance for your home


Consider the sun's orbit

The four corners of the world determine how sunlight hits your home. This affects your rooflight and the volume of heat energy entering the house.Read more

Utilize energy the right way

Heat energy can pass both in and out of your home. Through the right use of sunscreening, you will obtain a better control of energy.Read more

Sunscreening and window panes protect in different ways

Have a look at the types of sunscreening and panes that are optimally suited to meet your needs for protection against heat and cold.
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Automatic efficiency

A remote controlled solution with INTEGRA makes it easy to adjust window and sunscreening automatically making your home more energy efficient.
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