How to Lower Your Energy Bills This Winter with Sash Windows
Thursday, February 16th , 2012
Energy prices have steadily soared higher throughout the years, leaving many homeowners to feel the financial strain in the midst of what can only be described as a bitterly cold winter. Yet, there is one way for homeowners to reduce their energy bills without switching their heating off and plunging their home into complete coldness; and it comes in the form of the skilful crafted sash windows from Bygone Collection.
Here at Bygone Collection, we specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of sash windows, and subsequently we have come to learn the important role that windows and doors play in the fight against CO₂ emissions. CO₂ is one of the largest contributors to global warming; so much so that the UK government has signed an international agreement to lower the amount of CO₂ produced by the UK, and while transport is the main culprit for CO₂ emissions, so are buildings.
The heat produced to heat buildings up and down the country is significant, and for properties which are fitted with inefficient windows, the property is unable to retain the heat; this results in higher CO₂ emissions and a colder house. To tackle this, many property owners are looking to invest in A, B or C energy rated windows.
The sash windows we produce are ‘A’ energy rated as standard, so not only will your new windows look beautiful from the inside out, they are also proven to reduce heat loss by up to 74%. If you want to stay warm this winter without excessive energy bills as a result, then we at Bygone Collection believe that our sash windows provide the perfect solution.
Our sash windows are available in variety of designs, so it is easy for property owners to find the perfect windows to frame the ever-changing and beautiful scenery located outside their property. To find out more or to discuss the benefits of our energy rated windows, be sure to get in touch with us at your earliest convenience.
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