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If you're searching for information on double glazing in Wiltshire, then you've come to the right place. Our service is to compare prices from our network of UPVC window installers in Wiltshire, from Trowbridge to Salisbury, and Swindon to Chippenham, to find you the most suitable company for your needs.


For homeowners in Wiltshire wishing to save money on heating bills, double glazing is one of the most effective methods available. Compared to single glazing, double glazed windows can help retain up to 20% more of your home's heat, helping you to save up to £165 a year. This means you spend less money, and your home stays warmer. It also results in less carbon dioxide emissions, reducing your carbon footprint. In addition, double glazing helps to keep outside noise pollution, such as traffic and aircraft noise, to a minimum, to help make your home environment more peaceful. Finally, any homeowners concerned about security will be pleased to know that double glazed windows are much more secure than single glazed. The glass is usually toughened or laminated, helping to keep your home and family better protected.


We have a comprehensive network of double glazing companies in Wiltshire, including areas such as Devizes, Marlborough and Warminster. We will search through our network and present you with a choice of quotes enabling you to make an informed decision on the most suitable company for you. Our service is completely free of charge, and we never recommend a company without checking they are fully accredited.

The Latest News on Double Glazing in Wiltshire

The National Trust, which is based in Swindon, is looking for a new director general who will be ultimately responsible for caring for more than 24,000 hectares of countryside and 707 miles of coastline. The charity claims that its eco-friendly headquarters in Heelis, Swindon, is the most energy-efficient building in the country, and the new director general will be based at this office. The office was designed in 2005 by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects and uses timber from National Trust woodlands and wool from Herdwick sheep grazed on Trust farmlands. The building itself features energy-saving measures, such as double glazing, to improve efficiency and cut costs.


Meanwhile, around 13% of Wiltshire homes are said to be living in fuel poverty. The 24,494 households affected spend more than ten per cent of their income on fuel bills, which is the Government's official definition of fuel poverty. With fuel prices rising around 140% since 2003, it's unsurprising that so many families have found themselves living in fuel poverty. Fortunately, there is help available from Government schemes such as Warm Front. Households can receive money off their energy bills, or even help towards adding energy-saving measures such as UPVC windows or wall insulation.

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