But, when you properly analyse everything they will bring to your home there’s absolutely no doubt that their impact will be massive and more than justify the cost.
According to energy market regulator Ofgem, the average dual fuel variable tariff as of April 2018 is £1,138 a year and the cost of household gas in particular is set to rise further over the coming years.
Replacing your old windows for the very latest double or triple glazed energy efficient windows can help keep your energy bills down as they will better insulate your living space and minimise heat loss.
Ageing windows will make a home look much older than it may actually be possibly because of paintwork that has begun to come away or frames that have visible splits in them.
Fitting brand new replacement windows boasting a pristine finish will modernise the whole building and they won’t need any of the upkeep required to keep traditional windows in decent condition.
New windows can save you a fortune and give you a better looking home, but none of this will matter if they fail to keep the property sufficiently secure.
Our full range of energy efficient windows offer superb security as they’re all internally glazed and contain secure technology throughout. The resilience shown by our UPVC and aluminium frames is also absolutely immense.
We live in an increasingly noisy world, even more so if your home is located close to a busy road or rail network and it doesn’t help if your existing windows provide poor sound insulation.
With the right sort of glazing and cavity widths, it is possible that double or triple glazed windows will cut the volume of noise you hear while trying to enjoy some peace and quiet indoors.
November has been relatively mild so far by British standards but we know how quickly the weather can turn in this country and when it…
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