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We hear a lot about saving money on bills at the moment. Energy bills are going through the roof and we are looking for ways to cut costs. One way to ensure you are saving money is to visit Switch Plan and make sure you are getting the best deal for your energy. However, replacing your windows is another thing you may want to consider.

Windows allow a substantial quantity of energy to escape from a property. Air that escapes through outdated and defective windows can cause energy expenses to rise by as much as 25% – and that is not a cost any of us want these days! If you want to enhance the energy efficiency of your home, consider replacing any inefficient and old windows with energy-efficient windows.

The advancement of window technology has been significant over the years. Energy-efficient windows are now widely available, and they have quickly established themselves as the preferred option for homes seeking to preserve energy, decrease their carbon footprint, and save hundreds of pounds per year on utility bills. These energy-efficient windows consist of two or three panes of glass that are sealed together within a single frame composed of uPVC, wood or aluminium.

So, how can energy-efficient windows reduce your bills?

The part of your home where the majority of the heat is lost is the area around your windows. Consequently, it will need more effort on your part to maintain a comfortable indoor environment. Having energy-efficient windows will reduce your bills by keeping the warm air in and the cool air out, which in turn keeps your house feeling toasty warm, without you having to crank up the thermostat. Not only will you be using less electricity and gas to heat your home, but you will also be playing a significant part in reducing your carbon footprint.

Double-glazing energy efficiency ratings

In the same way that refrigerators are rated for energy efficiency, double glazing systems are rated from A through G, with the highest rating representing the highest thermal efficiency.

So, what exactly is an energy efficiency rating and how does it work?

It is used to assess the overall energy efficiency of a window assembly, taking into consideration all of its elements, including the frame and glass. In this case, it is represented by a letter that has been computed based on the overall thermal efficiency of the window as well as the amount of solar heat that travels through the window. You can find a breakdown of the ratings and how much money they can potentially save you by clicking here.

What are the other benefits of having energy-efficient windows installed?

Saving money on energy costs is not the only benefit of having decent windows fitted. They also help to decrease moisture levels in your home, which makes for a much healthier environment. Not only that, but they can reduce noise levels from the outside world. Essentially, energy-efficient windows are cheaper, warmer, healthier and quieter, as well as helping the environment. What more could you want?

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