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Compare My Local Double Glazing Installers In The North West

For reliable and trustworthy information on double glazing in North West England, Compare My Local is the place to come. We will help you find a suitable double glazing company in the North West, whether you live in Cumbria, Lancashire or Cheshire.

By choosing to have double glazing installed, you can help insulate your home and save money on your energy bills. Up to 20% of your home's heat can be lost through single glazed windows, and the savings made by installing double glazing can be up to £165 a year according to The Energy Saving Trust.

Most double glazed windows last for 20 years or more, and as temperatures in North West England can drop very low over the winter, double glazing would be a seriously worthwhile investment for your home. In addition to keeping the heat in, double glazed windows will also help to insulate your home against outside noise, helping you to keep all forms of noise pollution out. If you live on a particularly busy street and are disturbed by traffic and general neighbourhood noise, double glazing will help you gain some peace and quiet.

Compare My Local can recommend local, trusted and accredited double glazing companies throughout the whole of the North West of England.

We will compare prices from a wide range of companies, and every company we recommend has been thoroughly checked and vetted by us, so you can be sure to find a suitable double glazing company for you. What's more, our service is completely free of charge, so what are you waiting for? Get in touch today!

What's happening with Double Glazing in North West England?

Residents at a tower block in Eccles, Greater Manchester, are reaping the benefits from a multi-million pound refurbishment carried out by City West Housing Trust to tackle the rising problem of fuel poverty. Heating bills have dropped by up to 60% thanks to the use of solar power, insulation on exterior cladding as well as the installation of double glazed windows throughout the block. The Housing Trust now has plans to carry out further projects on other tower blocks throughout Greater Manchester to help more tenants with their rising heating bills.

Meanwhile, residents living near a proposed wind farm in Cumbria could be in line for a £3 million windfall to help heat their homes. Banks Renewables wants to create a 'Warm Zone' to help local people make their homes more energy efficient by providing grants for cavity wall insulation and double glazing if the wind farm scheme is given the go-ahead. The farm would have six turbines at a maximum height of 115 metres, and would create up to 12 jobs. The wind farm would generate up to 12 MW per year, enough to meet the electricity requirements of around 9,500 homes.

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