Save Energy, Consider the Enviroment. All Rotherham Composite Doors are supplied by Doorstop International. Now that a BFRC rating scheme has been introduced manufacturers can provide energy rating performance. Door-Stop supply the first ever energy rated doors. The British Fenestration Rating Council announced the introduction of door energy ratings on 1 September 2011–only 2 weeks later every single Door-Stop door carried its own verified energy rating. New energy regulations for doors mean all door manufacturers and resellers will have to prove their doors' compliance.Neither building control nor homeowners will automatically just take companies word on it.A generic certificate for certain door 'types' may not suffice either. Using a calculation method verified by the Building Research Establishment and BFRC each and every one of our Door-Stop supplied composite doors comes with a unique energy rating certificate, delivered immediately at the point of order. This is not a type test or a dubious assurance that gives all of your doors the same U value. It is tailored for each particular door configuration. Under the Green Deal, products and installers will need to be accredited to the standard. Door-Stop's bespoke energy rating certificates can be used to prove the energy efficiency of the door in energy assessment surveys required by the Green Deal. Looking after the pennies All of Door-Stop’s doors exceed the current Building Regulations for energy efficiency, which came into force in October 2010, and covered front doors for the first time. Under the legislation, all new doors sold and fitted in England and Wales must have a U-value of 1.8W/m2K (1.6W/m2K in Scotland) or less. The door’s U-value is a measure of its energy efficiency, and the lower the U-value, the more energy efficient the door - and lower bills. Contact us now to get your energy rated door.