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Why you should install double glazing this summer


The summer is almost upon us and you’re probably dreaming of the warm weather and possibly a holiday in the sun already. But whilst it’s nice to think about the sunny months to come, it’s important not to neglect our home.

Did you know that it’s this time of year thousands of British homeowners think about gearing up for the winter?

You may think it’s a little early, but the truth is you can save hundreds of pounds by taking the initiative and insulating your home against the cold weather now.

There’s logic to this as well because companies notoriously bring down the price of their products when out of season and obviously in the warmer months, many homeowners wouldn’t be thinking about the winter ahead.

Double glazing is one of these products that benefits from cheaper installation rates in the summer. Replacing the windows in your home is a great way to keep heat in your property, meaning you won’t need to turn up the
thermostat in winter and will reduce expensive fuel bills.

These windows are designed with two panes of glass separated by an energy efficient spacer such as Argon, Xenon or Krypton. This motionless gas won’t allow heat to pass through the unit, instead locking it inside your property.

Plus, don’t be fooled into thinking double glazing is only a winter product because this summer you can feel the benefits too. In those sticky summer months you’ll keep the heat out, ensuring your home remains a cool environment to relax in.

With double glazing:

  • Reduce your annual heating bills by over £200
  • Create a more comfortable environment throughout the year
  • Improve your home’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating
  • Become environmentally friendly by slashing harmful carbon emissions.

As recommended by consumer watchdog Which?, if you’re interested in double glazing for your home it’s important to compare quotes rather than taking the first company that comes your way. By doing this you can get the best deal around. On top of this, ensure the company is Fensa or Certass registered, meaning they comply with all industry regulations.

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