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Here at CompareMyLocal.com, we have some of the best information available on double glazing in Norfolk. Our mission is to find you the most suitable double glazing company in Norfolk, no matter whether you live in Norwich, Great Yarmouth or King's Lynn.

 

There are many benefits from installing double glazed windows in your property, but the main one is the reduction in your monthly energy bills that double glazing will bring. The Energy Saving Trust estimates, for example, that you could save up to £165 per year just by installing double glazed windows. This is because up to 20% of your property's heat is lost through the windows, and by making them double glazed, you are helping to insulate your property and make it more energy efficient. Therefore, as well as saving you money, double glazing will also lower your home's CO2 emissions by up to 680kg a year, reducing your carbon footprint and making your home more environmentally friendly.

 

CompareMyLocal.com has a database of local double glazing companies in Norfolk and we ensure that each company is thoroughly vetted and checked before recommending any to you. This means that you get complete peace of mind from our service, whether you're looking for a double glazing company in Dereham, Cromer or Hunstanton, for example. Compare My Local will provide you with a choice of quotes, completely free of charge, enabling you to make an informed choice about your home's double glazing.

There's a lot going on with Double Glazing in Norfolk

A rundown shopping centre and flats in Norwich is to be given a brighter future after a sale was finally completed for the site. Earlham House in Norwich, which has sixty flats in total, is now expected to be refurbished to improve living conditions. A planning application has been approved to replace all doors and windows with double glazing as the flats currently have no central heating and little insulation and therefore have extremely low energy efficiency.

 

Elsewhere in Norwich, an eco-education centre has been praised by the Energy Minister Greg Barker. Norfolk council's approach was described as 'visionary' by Mr Barker after visiting the innovative education centre in Rackheath Industrial Estate. He was there to unveil a plaque at the £500,000 centre, which is set to play a vital role in the development of new and refurbished homes in the area that are either zero or very low carbon emitting. The centre will promote energy saving methods, such as double glazing, to local schools and businesses as well as housing developers.

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