No one likes coming home to a cold house. Whether it’s a home’s lack of insulation or old age that’s letting the cold air in, double glazing is the most effective way of protecting a house during the winter months. Here are 5 benefits of installing double glazing in your home.
Double glazed windows are the perfect way to retain a house’s heat. With 50-70% of a home’s heat lost through single-glazed windows, double glazing prevents heat transfer from inside to outside by trapping a layer of air between the glass panels. Installing Notaro Windows’ double glazed windows in Somerset a cost-effective way to ensure you stay warm this winter.
Energy efficient windows
Installing double glazed windows means there’s less need to turn on the heating. This has a huge positive impact on your energy bills and overall energy consumption, with A-rated double glazing in detached houses saving an average of £160 per year.
For homes near busy roads, double glazing is an effective method of noise reduction. Double the thickness of single-glazed windows, installing double glazed windows in Somerset will prevent sleepless nights whilst giving you the peace and quiet you deserve.
Increased property value
If you want to add value to your property, replacing old windows with double glazed windows is a worthwhile investment. Whilst uPVC double glazing is ideal for modern homes, older properties should preserve their current aesthetic when installing new windows. This can be achieved through Notaro Windows’ range of leaded and Georgian windows crafted bespoke to your home’s aesthetic.
Due to its increased difficulty for intruders to break through, installing double glazing massively enhances the security of a home. This is particularly true for laminated or toughed glass windows and is a simple way to give yourself peace of mind.
Find out how double glazing installers Notaro Windows can create double glazed, sliding sash and wood effect uPVc windows for your Somerset home by calling us on 01278 662298 or sending an email to email@example.com.