Windows and doors

Erin windows and doors

Donaghmede,Dublin 13

head office:tel:+3531 5487569 Mobile:tel:+0858364793

WELCOME TO ERIN WINDOWS AND DOORS

Erin windows and doors are an Irish registered company, specialising in the manufacture & installation of PVC-U Windows and Doors. Using Earthkind systems’ products is guaranteed to transform the look of your home and if you dwell a little further you’ll discover the unbeatable technical performance that makes Spectus profiles the preferred choice.

our products
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WINDOWS

Our collection is unique and can create a diverse range of window styles. Available in casement, Tilt & turn and vertical sliders.

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DOORS

A front door isn’t just central to the appearance of your home, it also separates you and your family from the wind, rain and the world outside.

ALUMINIUM

A front door isn’t just central to the appearance of your home, it also separates you and your family from the wind, rain and the world outside.

SUNROOMS

A sunroom, also frequently called a solarium, is a room that permits abundant daylight and views of the landscape to the world outside

Why choose Erin Windows & Doors

We are a 100% Irish owned company with over 35 years experience in the window, door and building industry.

What Makes a Good uPVC Window?

In today’s market, you would think it would be easy to spot the differences between a good uPVC window and a bad one. For example, in the UK and Ireland, windows now come with a cert. This is an energy rating to tell you how good the window is at keeping the heat in. The rating starts at A being the best and B being next in line, and so on.

Problem sorted! Just look at the cert and you must be getting the best window. WRONG!

What if you go to a company that has been around for a good while and has an A-rated cert on their window. You are still not guaranteed.

So how do you tell then? With a little knowledge, that’s how.

How a Window Gets an A Rating:

All that is needed is to change the reinforcement from steel or aluminum to a warmer reinforcement like carbon. This will reduce heat loss through the frame of the window. Then you must upgrade the double glazing so it also has a warm edge spacer bar and Low-E glass plus it must also be gas filled. Argon is the most common gas which is used. But with some window systems, this still is not good enough, and they must upgrade the gas to Krypton gas.

So now you know how the window gets an A-rated cert and is good at keeping the heat in. (What more do you need to know?)

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