Can Double Glazing Save Energy?

September 26, 2012 8:43 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Whether you’re growing your own fruit and vegetables, recycling more or have installed solar panels on your home, you are doing your bit for the environment and are safeguarding the planet we live in today, for the future. This will allow you to lead a more sustainable life, which will not only benefit the environment but also you, and your bank balance as you save money on ever-rising energy bills and other expenses that you know longer need. As part of your drive to live a greener life the first place you should start is with double glazing in Leicester from here at GLS Windows. As a forward thinking and dynamic company we pride ourselves on the service we deliver, and are confident that no matter what your individual needs, we have a solution for you.

The first thing that many people ask our team is will double glazing really save me energy? Well, the simple answer is yes! It will lower the amount of energy you use in your home, which in turn will lower those ever rising energy bills that drop through your letterbox.

How Will Double Glazing Save Energy?

When your windows are simply single glazed there are pockets around them that allow warm air from inside, and cold air from outside to escape and enter, this will, therefore, mean that you are spending more on energy heating your home to keep it at a comfortable temperature.

However, once double glazing is installed this worry will be instantly eradicated, so the warm air that you have in your home will stay just there! Not only will it increase energy efficiency it can also help reduce noise levels too!

We are a highly environmentally aware company and pride ourselves on high standards of workmanship in every job that we carry out, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of the team today if you want to find out more about the benefits of double glazing and how you could start to lower your energy usage in an instant!

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