Don’t Get Caught Out By High Energy Bills

The current government has set the UK ambitious targets as far as renewable energy is concerned and they are determined to hit these targets. To help them reach their goal, it is predicted that they will continue to hit homeowners who over rely on conventional energy hard over the coming years to try and encourage them to switch. Energy bills will rise and cheap energy will become a thing of the past.

The only way you can fight back against such price rises is by investing in energy efficient measures to cut down necessary reliance on your boiler. Double glazing is a good example of a product that can be installed with a minimum of fuss, but one that will have an overall positive effect on your property.

Comprised of thermal efficient frames and two thick panes of glass, your new windows will trap large quantities of heat and keep rooms at a comfortable temperature for long periods of time. Any draughts that may previously have been present will disappear completely so you will no longer have a reason to use excess amounts of energy.

Another reason why the government is so keen to cut energy wastage is because it is extremely damaging to the environment. Burning fossil fuels is detrimental to the overall health of the planet and unless we all start committing to products such as double glazing, orangeries and conservatories it could lead to catastrophic consequences in the future.

Your new windows will provide you with at least 20 years’ worth of cheaper energy, just consider for a moment how much that will save you in the long-term. It will more than cover the initial cost of the windows and you could well end up profiting from your decision.

Expensive energy will be the last thing on your mind when you replace your windows.


We invite you to join us at our showroom in York, to browse our many products in person and speak with our team of advisors and designers about your next home improvement project.


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Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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