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Saturday, February 4th, 2017

How To Create A Home That Improves Your Quality Of Life}

Submitted by: AIS VUE

Live in a beautiful and functional space while contributing positively towards your environment. The article below will provide you with a combination of products and approaches that will help you build a home that is aesthetically appealing, highly functional and at the same time energy-efficient.

A home should not only look attractive and provide all functions necessary but it should also contribute to the environment in a positive way. How does one manage to do this? By making sure that our approach and our products are eco-friendly in nature while being aesthetically and functionally sound.


If you wish to create a self-sustaining home, you have to choose great products like energy efficient glass, uPVC doors and windows, solar powered and many other products.

1) Energy-efficient glass-

Energy-efficient glass is a high-performance glass that helps you achieve the delicate balance between the outdoors & the indoors and aesthetics & economics. The nature of the glass is such that it prevents solar radiation from entering your space and provides optimum day-lighting, thereby lowering your energy bills. Installing such glass along with upvc windows and doors will lower your home’s energy demand and make it self-sustaining.

2) uPVC windows and doors-

uPVC is a durable material used in doors and windows as an insulating material. Its double glazed technology makes for highly energy efficient windows and doors. uPVC frames do not transfer heat, they are rot-resistant, cost effective, hard-wearing and require the least maintenance. A well-designed home with upvc windows and doors is not only beautiful but cost-effective too.

With so many homeowners looking to go green with their homes and offices, using uPVC for their doors such as sliding doors is the logical choice to save energy. If you have a big home, opting for a large sliding door is the best idea. If you have a small home and are looking to save space, opt for a sliding pocket door. These doors operate without a hinge and save a lot of space. When placed in the right areas of your home, sliding doors offer convenience as well as style to make your home truly unique. They offer quick and easy access to commonly-used areas, such as kitchen, backyards and so on.

Be it large, medium or small space-uPVC doors are excellent in letting in natural light and reducing energy consumption.

3) Solar powered products-

In the last two decades, solar technology has made a giant stride. As a result, it is possible for you to get access to a variety of solar technologies that can now be combined with modern architectural designs. You could consider installing solar power windows that can be used to power your electricity needs during the day time. For water heating purposes, a solar thermal collector can be used to heat water circulated to the roof by pumps from storage tanks. The above things will not only make your home look attractive but also help in reducing energy consumption.

Use the above-listed products and make a home that is beautiful, self-sustaining and environmentally responsible and take a step towards a greener future.

About the Author: Mihir Mehta is a 28-year-old marketing and branding professional working at Asahi India Glass Ltd. He works out of an office in Mumbai, follows the latest technology trends and is a cricket fanatic. Contact Details: Write to Mihir at mihir.mehta@aisglass.com or call 9920718174 For more information, please visit:




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