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Any new home being constructed nowadays must come fully installed with double glazed windows according to building regulations. The reason why is because single paned windows are no longer considered of a good enough quality to provide security, protection from weather and heat insulation as their modern double glazed equivalents. So if you have an old fashioned property then you will almost certainly need to get your windows replaced, the sooner the better.
Around about 25 per cent of heat generated in the home is lost through singled paned windows, a huge amount when you think about it. Utility bills are consistently on an upward spiral meaning that the more you rely on your central heating, the more likely it is that you will receive a nasty surprise when the dreaded quarterly heating bill arrives through your letterbox.
Double glazing in Preston is much harder to smash than single glazed windows and single glazing has a tendency to break into shards of glass, which is extremely dangerous when you have to undertake a clean up operation. Because of the hardness of double glazing it makes it difficult for anyone to try and break or force their way into a home through the windows, so they can add as an extra security measure in addition to your doors.
Your existing windows in Cheshire may no longer be in as good a condition as when they were first installed as most old homes have wooden timber framed windows. You will have noticed that over time the paintwork on them starts to peel away and flake and you find yourself having to climb the ladder every so often to give them a new coat of paint. Replacement uPVC windows are low maintenance and can make painting a thing of the past.
Even the most period of homes can be given a modernistic of touches with the installation of conservatories in Warrington, so do not let your home get stuck in the past, bring it up to date with a touch of the future.
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