Windows and Doors
Double Glazing & Energy Efficient Replacement Doors
Double glazing refers to the use of two panes of glass in a window, often filled with a gas such as argon between the panes to add as an insulator. The reason so many people choose double glazed windows is that it can make such a big difference to their home in terms of reducing heat loss and energy bills.
New front or back door will keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer. A poorly insulated door will cost you money on your heating bills. Inefficient front doors can lose the heat you generate in your home through gaps between the door and the frame, through single glazed panels or poor insulation all contributing to higher energy bills. Investing in an energy efficient front door will not only improve the comfort of your home but also help to reduce your energy bills.
Savings & Cost
You could save up to £110 on your fuel bill each year by installing double glazing to windows in an entirely single-glazed Detached property. Based on the estimates by Energy saving trust
You can check if you’re eligible for a free or subsidized windows and doors in minutes by completing our online application form.
Reduce the amount of heat lost to the atmosphere
Lower your energy bills
Keep your home warm in the winter
Improve thermal efficiency
- All figures are based on the estimates by the Energy Saving Trust.
- The services are Heavily Subsidised by the government funding. Exact quotation will be provided after initial assessment.