Why all properties in Bucks need double glazing

Given the bitter cold spell, with temperatures constantly below freezing even during the day, Buckinghamshire property owners who have any windows or doors that are not double glazed or triple glazed with the latest “A” rated thermally efficient windows must frankly be mad. Met Office records prove that this Winter the coldest place in the UK in is Chesham in Bucks where temperatures dropped to -17.8 degrees celsius on Saturday 11th February 2012.

Equally important is that each Buckinghamshire dwelling (or anywhere else in the UK for that matter) is properly insulated with sufficient loft insulation and cavity wall insulation. It is the combination of these three key home improvements (along with a decent heating system!) that protect families from the extreme cold and draughts created by severe Winter temperatures.

Replacement Double Glazed Windows and Doors Transform and Insulate Any UK Property
Replacement Double Glazed Windows and Doors

Even those will double glazed windows and doors need to remember to close them properly. Whether you have a double glazed aluminium, composite or UPVC front or back door, it is important to lift up the handle which not only engages the multi-point locking system but also crucially engages the gaskets, pulling the door sash tight against the plastic seals, keeping out both the cold and draughts.

Modern thermally broken double glazed replacement window and door products will make the world of difference to the quality of the living environment within a home, just ask those who have bought any of the latest generation of technologically advanced energy saving products. Find out more about energy saving windows and doors


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