Purchase Orion Windows Now In Time For Winter

If reports are to be believed, the price of household fuel is set to rise once again this coming winter which should come as little surprise to us all. The average household fuel bill now currently stands at a whopping £1,250 which is around double what the average fuel bill cost just 6 or 7 years ago and things are only expected to get worse over the coming years.
Now is the perfect time of year to look into ways of reducing your bills due to the improvement in the weather. For the next few months you will use your heating far less often than you would during the autumn and winter months which gives you a great opportunity to look into switching energy suppliers and installing double glazing in Skipton or double glazing in Whitby.

Double glazing provides insulation all-year round, so even during summer when the weather lets you down, your windows will transfer what heat there is directly into your living space. Your home will also benefit from an increase in natural light which will help it feel that bit more spacious.
And it isn’t just warmth that a new set of windows from Orion Windows will bring. Each time the UK weather takes a turn for the worse you can be safe in the knowledge that your windows will remain looking their best as they are both weather-proof and maintenance-free. Your chosen finish will remain intact for at least the next 20 years.
Once summer is over and winter arrives you can turn on your heating on less frequently than you would have done with single glazed windows installed, but without you feeling cold.
If you need further ideas as to how to save on your energy bills call us or visit an Orion Windows showroom.


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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