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    Energy Efficient Windows Double Glazing

    If you would like a warmer home, shrinking bills and a diminished carbon footprint, one of the most effective ways of ensuring success in all of these areas is energy efficient double glazing. Energy efficient windows are always an advantage to your home not only by keeping you warm and saving you money, but by also cutting down on outside noise.

    One of the main factors in the escalation of climate change is increased carbon emissions. This is partly due to energy and heat escaping through single layer glass or old draughty windows and doors.

    How Replacement Energy Efficient Windows save you Money

    argonThe type of windows you have in your home can make a vast difference to your heating bills and consequently your carbon footprint. When replacement Energy Efficient Windows are fitted you could save roughly £140 per year on heating bills. Double glazed windows are rated from A-G indicating their effectiveness with A being the most Energy Efficient according to the BFRC or British Fenestration Ratings Council.

    The Energy Saving Trust also endorses windows rated B or above so it is wise to check for their logo before a decision to buy windows is made. Unfortunately though double glazing manufacturers are not, at the moment, obliged to have their replacement double glazing products approved.

    Energy Efficient Windows Reduce your Carbon Footprint

    kryptonClimate change has contributed to shifting rainfall patterns in the UK, causing more droughts and floods amongst other things. A good indicator of the extent of this change in weather systems is that the Association of British Insurers published a recent report highlighting concerns about the financial implications of climate change.

    Carbon dioxide emissions are a key culprit with 45% of this coming from our everyday living such as energy use for home or travel. Much is blamed on car emissions which are a big problem but energy consumption within the home is actually more of a problem. By implementing some simple changes such as insulating your home properly and replacing old windows with Energy Saving Windows you can drastically cut your carbon emissions. The Energy Saving Trust website has lots of information and tips on everything related to reducing your carbon footprint.

    Energy Efficient Windows & Double Glazing Saving Money. Reduced Carbon Footprint, Climate Change Energy Saving Glass. BFRC Rating Windows, Carbon Dioxide Emissions & British Insurers. Replacement Double Glazing, Energy Saving Trust Insulating Your Home & Window Manufacturers.

    In this section:
    Energy Efficient Windows Double Glazing
    UPVC Replacement Windows