Double Glazing Is A Perfect Green Improvement

Our homes are one of the chief causes of high carbon emissions. Currently, not enough homes meet the level of energy efficiency that they should have as they still contain single glazed windows, have poorly insulated doors and use far too much energy than they need. This is extremely damaging to both the local environment and the overall health of the planet.

Energy efficiency is so sought after as it will not only benefit everybody globally, but it will also help benefit the individual homeowner. Once you purchase products such as double glazing, orangeries and conservatories you will be able to drive down the cost of your energy bills and your overall cost of living.

A return on investment is guaranteed when you invest into green products as the savings you will make following their purchase will more than cover the initial cost of buying them. Most modern home improvements have a lifespan of a minimum of 20 years so you can just imagine the amount of money you will be able to save over that period of time.

If the green improvement you choose is a new set of windows make sure you take notice of energy efficiency labelling before parting with your hard-earned cash. All windows are rated on a scale of A-G, with A rated windows being the most energy efficient and allowing little or no heat generated in the home to pass through them.

You must also consider the fact that conventional energy supplies are beginning to dry out hence why the cost of energy has risen so sharply in recent years. The longer you rely on it to power your home, the more likely it is that you will be hit hard financially!

By making your home ‘green’ you will be help save money and the planet.


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.


Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 01904 690881

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

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