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Cosy nights at home are most definitely the way forward over the coming months as Britain braces itself for winter. But they will only be cosy if the windows in your house are supplying sufficient energy efficiency.
An obvious sign of a lack of thermal insulation indoors is a distinct feeling of coldness, caused due to the inability of the windows to keep the weather out and keep any heat generated internally trapped.
Sound familiar? If it does then your windows are also likely to be causing the following additional issues:
You’re fast running out of time to replace them if you are expecting your property to offer a comfortable living space in time for our coldest season as temperatures are quickly beginning to drop. We urge you to do it now!
Whether you opt to have brand new double or triple glazed casement, tilt & turn, Georgian, sash or coloured windows fitted, they will significantly improve thermal efficiency and guarantee you a warm home.
They do this because they’re incredibly good at sealing in heat and transferring in the warmth supplied by the sun.
In contrast to the problems commonly associated with old windows that we’ve outlined above, they’ll also benefit you as per below:
If you have the money available we would always advise that you get the entire house equipped with new windows, otherwise have them installed in the rooms you utilise the most (living room, master bedroom). You could always put the money you save on energy bills towards replacing windows in the rest of the house further down the line.
Make the first move towards a warm winter by contacting us today.
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