No Need To Live In Poverty With Double Glazing In Yorkshire

It has been revealed that as many as 5.5 million households in the UK are currently living in fuel poverty as they struggle to cope with the cost of energy bills. National Energy Action carried out the research and it is a very worrying statistic, particularly for those who have young families as it could have implications on health.

The cost of energy has increased rapidly in recent years as suppliers try to put homeowner’s off the idea of consistently relying on conventional forms of energy due to diminishing supplies. This does not mean that you cannot use your heating at all. You just need to find ways of using it less often and double glazing in Yorkshire could help you in this quest.

Double glazing is specifically designed with panes of glass and frames which will help keep heat trapped inside buildings and ensure that it is retained for long periods of time. So, once a room reaches a comfortable temperature you can turn your heating down and your windows will act as heat conductors, ensuring that you never feel the cold. Old windows tend to let heat escape through frames and glass, which means that heating has to stay on for a prolonged duration.

Once fitted, double glazing can then be left alone for at least 20 years. This means you can have comfortable living during this time without ever having to worry about taking you and your family’s health for granted.

If you need to extend your home and you want to be sure of a warm location, conservatories in Yorkshire and orangeries Yorkshire are the perfect solution. Specifically designed to be energy efficiency, they will stand in your home for years to come and guarantee you an atmosphere you will never want to tear yourself away from.


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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