Windows and doors are about well-being.
The indoor climate has major impact on how people feel, not least in the cold Nordic climate. Some people spend as much as 90 percent of their lives indoors – at home, at work or in sports and leisure facilities. Daylight is also of major importance to our well-being.
Consequently, modern windows and doors can make a real difference to people’s well-being. They can improve air quality, reduce noise from the outside and let in more light. Large, well-insulated windows make it possible to increase the window surface to let in more light without increasing your energy consumption. Energy-efficient products reduce your electricity bill and increase the value of your property.
But well-being involves other factors, as well. With smart solutions, it is possible to further improve aspects such as security and comfort. For example, you may have windows and doors that can be unlocked with your phone, or dimmable glass that can be switched on to prevent others from looking in, or off to provide a view. And don’t forget the importance of design. Being able to enjoy products with your preferred form and expression is an important part of your well-being.