Green & Sustainability

  • Recyclable


    Dedicated to creating a sustainable and reliable future, Fenesta manufactures windows and doors using uPVC and Aluminium. Aluminium is 100% recyclable as, unlike many other materials, it retains its characteristics even after recycling. uPVC, and even the waste material generated during manufacturing, can also be fully recycled and reused for production.

  • Conserve Natural Resources

    Conserve Natural Resources

    uPVC and aluminium have replaced wood all over the world as popular framing materials. The use of these materials eliminates dependence on wood which, in turn, helps in forest conservation. Therefore, Fenesta products help to drastically cut down on the depletion of the world's most valuable natural resource i.e. wood.

  • Reduced Carbon Footprint

    Reduced Carbon Footprint

    uPVC manufacturing requires low energy consumption while aluminium enables enhanced energy savings that counteract the original energy input by over 100 times. Additionally, Fenesta’s uPVC and aluminium doors and windows are extremely durable and resistant to warping, flaking, rust, etc. They do not need to be replaced frequently and fewer doors and windows need to be produced, all of which translates to a reduced carbon footprint.

  • Indoor Air-Quality

    Indoor Air-Quality

    Excellent sealing keeps environmental pollutants like sound, dust and smoke out of home, thereby reducing the health hazards and improving the environmental quality inside the home.

  • Energy Saving Insulation

    Energy Saving Insulation

    Fenesta doors and windows are made using uPVC which is a poor conductor of heat. Aluminium doors and windows, designed with thermal break properties, are further fortified with double glazing or triple glazing solutions and air-tight seals to offer perfect insulation against the outside heat. This results in lower energy consumption and reduced air conditioning costs.

  • Earn LEED Credits

    Earn LEED Credits

    Our windows - made of recyclable material, using far less energy in production, delivering superior insulation against heat, dust, rain and pollution - can help builders and developers achieve valuable LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating points for their projects.

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