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If you're looking for information and advice on double glazing in Lancashire, you've come to the right place! CompareMyLocal.com can find you a double glazing company from any area of Lancashire, whether you live in Manchester, Liverpool, Barrow-In Furness or Warrington.

 

Double glazing can benefit you in many ways, so it's important to find the most suitable double glazing company for you. It's estimated by The Energy Trust that households with single glazing could save up to £165 a year on energy bills just by installing double glazed windows. This is because up to 20% of your home's heat can be lost and wasted through single glazed windows. Double glazed windows will last for at least 20 years, so there's plenty of savings to be had! As an added benefit, double glazing will also keep the noise out, as well as the heat in. So, if you live on a busy street in perhaps Lancaster, Bolton or Preston, then double glazing could be the perfect solution to insulate your home against outside noise.

 

CompareMyLocal.com will help you compare double glazing companies from across Lancashire, and what's more, our service is completely free of charge. We have a wide selection of double glazing installers for you to choose from, and each one has been fully vetted and checked by us, allowing you to compare services and prices to find the best company for you. So don't delay, get in touch with us today!

Here's what's happening with Double Glazing in Lancashire

A housing development in the Wirral hailed as one of the UK's earliest experimental low-energy developments has undergone a major refurbishment with aluminium facades and window wall. The pioneering nine solar-heated bungalows were built in 1978 and now almost 35 years later, the distinctive timber front facades were in a poor state of repair. Aluminium replacements were chosen to match the function and aesthetics of the originals. Behind the properties' outer double-glazed skin is a south-facing, high density brick wall which absorbs solar energy and then distributes warm air throughout the properties via a ducted system.

 

Meanwhile, thousands of council homes in Manchester are to see improvements after the reinstatement of the previously scrapped private finance initiative. The properties, which are owned by Manchester City Council, are based in the Collyhurst area and are set to benefit from £250 million in improvements including upgraded kitchens and bathrooms as well as new windows and doors. Homes with single glazed windows will have double glazing installed to help retain heat, keep costs down and improve security. Properties already with double glazed windows will have them repaired and painted if need be, or completely replaced if they have less than five years' life left.

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