With winter just around the corner and cold, dark nights already drawing in, just the thought of living in a draughty, chilly home is enough to send a shiver down your spine, let alone the prospect of huge energy bills. If you crave a home that is warm and welcoming, even in the depths of winter, there are things you can do to ensure you stay warm and keep costs down.
Energy efficient windows and doors are key to keeping out the cold, ensuring your home retains heat. If you are a homeowner, you should invest in efficient windows – not just to stop you from shivering but also to protect your bank balance. Heating a home that has inefficient windows and doors is akin to throwing money down the drain.
Did you know that not all windows are the same? Swish windows, for example, benefit from at least A++ WER energy ratings, making them among the most efficient on the market. Manufactured to the highest standards and installed with an extensive guarantee, they are available with double or triple glazing.
Swish recommends triple glazing for those who want optimum energy savings. Its triple glazed frames can achieve a U-value of just 0.8 – performance that can deliver huge savings and keep you snug as a bug even during a deep freeze.
We all know that you can’t help letting in the cold when you open a door to the outside. But if your doors are warped, poorly fitted or rotting, they will let the cold in and heat out even when they are shut. That is why you shouldn’t hesitate to replace them. You will save money in the long-run, if you do.
Swish doors provide the same levels of energy efficiency as windows, with top WER and U-values that will stop those drafts and keep heat where you need it – indoors.
In addition to keeping you warm and saving you money, Swish windows and doors come in a huge variety of stunning styles and finishes, ensuring they add value to your home and kerb appeal.
Find out more about how Swish can help you prepare for winter by visiting http://www.swishwindows.co.uk/windows/. Alternatively, request a FREE brochure at http://www.swishwindows.co.uk/brochure-request/ and Swish will be happy to send you one through the post.