Energy-efficient windows ‘can create big savings’

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Do you own a house and fancy saving around £500 pound per year! If I saved £500 it would probably be spent on a new TV just in time for the 2010 World Cup. Enough of that though, this is how you can do it:

 Homeowners can save themselves lots of money on heating bills and energy costs when they invest in eco-friendly replacement windows such as double glazing, according to an expert, who believes that around £500 a year can be saved.

Giles Willson, director for technical affairs at the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC), said that energy-efficient windows can help homeowners to stop heat being wasted and leaked out of poorly insulated houses.

“What we can say and what makes it very useful for homeowners, [is] we know that on average, it is nearly £500 a year that a homeowner can save by changing a window,” he stated.

The expert added that because the lifespan of the window is 30-35 years homeowners will be investing in a very cost-effective product. Anglian Home Improvements are currently offering up to £2500 towards your new energy efficient windows for scrapping your old ones. Please click here for more details.

Recently the BFRC said that a third of Brits believe a house loses most heat through the roof, when in fact heat loss through poorly insulated windows is the single biggest contributor to a home’s chill factor.

Anglian Home Improvements specialise in Double Glazing and high quality replacement windows and have been trading since 1966.

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