Profit From Cheaper Energy At Orion Windows

The profiteering of major energy companies continues following news that Npower has announced that they have made a profit of £313 million in the last year. This equates to a 34% rise in profits for the company and comes as no real surprise as although Npower cut gas prices in January by 5%; in 2011 they increased gas prices by 16% and electricity prices by 7%.

This news will come as little comfort to those homeowners who are currently struggling to pay for their monthly energy bills. Experts are widely predicting that gas and electricity prices will reach an unprecedented level over the next few years so anyone expecting prices drops in the near future is best not holding their breathe.

What they should do is visit a home improvement company like Orion Windows as we stock one of the largest ranges of double glazing in the county. A set of double glazed windows can make a huge difference to the cost of your energy bills as they eliminate heat loss and draughts. Ditching ageing windows for double glazed equivalents will be one of the best financial decisions you ever make.

The days when you had to rely on your heating system for all-day long warmth will be over as a set of modern windows will not only store warmth, but they can also transfer hot air from the natural rays of the sun indoors. The higher your new windows are up the energy rated scale, the larger the savings you make will be. If you can afford ‘A’ rated windows, then buy ‘A’ rated windows.

You can view our eclectic collection of windows, orangeries in Hull and conservatories at both our Harrogate and York showrooms. Let our expert team of design consultants give you a helping hand towards cheaper energy.


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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