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19.12.12

Time Off At Christmas Will Be An Eye Opener For Double Glazing Home Improvents

With an average of 2 weeks off at Christmas most people will start to get itchy feet around the home by the start of week 2. 

Pondering around the home will be an eye opener as to what most full time employed people miss concerning home improvements and double glazing issues.

Simple things around the home start to stand out more than  ever as time is usually short during normal work time and any time off is used as wisely as possible with relaxing or entertaining the kids.


Just hanging the window lights up around the inside reveals of the windows can be an eye opener as to how bad the condensation problem is and what damage its is doing to the wallpaper and the plaster work underneath.



It is also a chance to be around the house during the day in the coldest part of the year relaxing and realising how much energy is needed to be generated just to keep a room at comfortable temperature. 
Then the realisation that the bill for this is higher than ever and is on the constant increase. Promises of heating bills increasing next year by at least 5 % is already on the cards.

There is also the chance to realise that all the energy that is being generated could very easily be contained in each room simply by installing the newer A rated PVC windows and doors.

Not only will the aesthetics improve the appearance of the home but also give the new year 2013 an energy efficient start.

Lowering your carbon footprint, being greener and being energy efficient has been long associated with flower power green peace obsessive recycling tree huggers.
But slowly society is starting to realise that this saves lots of money and enables the family to live a better lifestyle and allows them to benefit more from life in general through less money being outlaid.

New effective double glazing Incorporated with other insulating techniques such as cavity wall insulation and loft insulation will give a much better home environment for the family to live in.

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