Make Your Home More Energy Efficient With New Double Glazing
When seriously considering on how to make your home energy efficient you must surely have considered one of, if not the top solutions, namely double glazing. We are all well aware of the extremely negative aspects a draughty and condensation fuelled atmosphere can produce and the impact this can make on us both financially and health wise.
There seems to be little point in trying to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, particularly throughout the harsh winter months, when up to half the generated energy is completely wasted owing to poor quality ill fitting windows and doors.
Imagine coming home after a long day at work to a warm comfortable environment with no fear of having to mop up wet steamy windows (What are Double Glazed Window Trickle Vents for?), and to know tat you will stay warmed through all night long. There is in fact a fairly long list of highly creditable reasons why you should make the decision to upgrade or completely change your inferior glazing and each one is just as important in its own right.
The consequences of heat loss have been discussed at length
and we know the advantages of using high energy efficiently glazed windows and doors; this goes hand in hand with a considerable reduction in the consumers’ energy bills. It has been documented that by changing single glazing for double you can make an annual saving of up to £150 on your home energy outlays.
Another important topical factor which has global impact is the necessity for us to take responsibility for reducing our carbon dioxide output thus lessening the effects of global warming as there is no doubt that this is one of the main reasons for the climate changes the world is now experiencing.
There is also the benefit of increased home security;
“A” rated toughened glass is the optimum choice for top quality double glazing and together with the sophisticated locking mechanisms used on both the windows and doors, these act as a major deterrent to any would be intruders making your home a much safer and secure place to live.
Finally there is a tremendous improvement in outside noise reduction owing to the heavy insulating qualities provided by the more efficient glass so in summary, there are certainly enough valid reasons to change your inferior windows to an efficient environmentally pleasing system which will certainly improve your quality of life.