7.11.07

Save Fuel Bills With Double-Glazed Windows...And Write Great Posts

There are some great benefits when you install double glazing glass on your windows or even doors. Some people are not aware that double glazing reduces heat loss and that means saving on fuel bills without sacrificing comfort.

There's more reasons to consider having a cosy room especially when the weather is cold and you're one of those bloggers who spend hours surfing the Net. And don't forget winter time is fast approaching. There's still time to make a decision on having them installed.


Double-glazed windows obviously enhance the comfort and appearance of your home but other than this, they provide safety and security. These windows are 'tough nuts to crack' when you think of break-ins and other crime. Well, prevention is better than cure.


The idea of double-glazed windows is worth considering. For example, if you're working long hours in your "computer room" you might think of fixing one for your window to enjoy a better environment - quieter and more peaceful - while you bash out your next great post for your blog.


The traditional sash window is my favorite. It glides smoothly up and down and can be tilted inwards for easy cleaning. But that's not all, home improvement company Anglian is noted for their products. 

They have a wide range of double-glazed windows and doors made of top quality uPVC material. You can choose the right style to suit your home and your budget.

For example, they also have other models like casement windows with combinations of fixed panes for uninterrupted views. 


These windows also have top opening fanlights and side-opening casements for fire escape. They are all designed to either match or improve the look of your home.

They also have the tilt and turn replacement windows. These are practical windows with modern styling. They provide easy ventilation and cleaning options.

10 comments:

Annie Maloney said...

Excellent post. I am in the process of rewriting the "Seller Tips" page on my website and I will link to this post. These windows are a definate help with energy cost, but they also act as an incentive for prospective buyers. I have spoken with many clients about things they can do to make their home stand out from the rest that are on the market and most times we discuss installing new, highly efficient, windows. Thanks...

Markk said...

> Annie: Thanks for your interest. Their products look good to me.

Jack Page said...

You know, this couldn't have come along at a better time. I'm currently redoing my parents old house with my brother and we're eventually going to be replacing the old sliding windows. We're weighing our options at the moment, I'll have to point him in the direction of this later.

Ventrilo 3.0 said...

I have never heard of double glazed windows before

Markk said...

> jack page: Glad this post is a kinda pointer for you.

> ventrilo 3.0: oh well, now you know what they are.

lilyruth said...

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Forrest said...

I love the title...! I tend to do the same thing; I bought a car, and I'm trying to work a post out of it for a photography blog. It's a great stretch of the imagination, but it has all wheel drive and I do landscapes...

So congrats on being creative enough to be able to pull a good post on windows ... and not the Bill Gates kind.

Markk said...

> Forrest: Thanks for tipping your hat. And I wish you all the best, too.

Dale Ng said...

Yes, double glazing windows seem to be a great idea. During summer, I suppose they will also keep out the heat and make the house cooler.

Renegade Conservatory Guy said...

I think it's worth pointing out that not all double glazed windows perform the same. You can now buy Energy Rated Windows with a rating scheme similar to white goods. An A Rating is obviously going to perform better than most windows fitted these days.