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Compare My Local is the best place to come for information and advice on double glazing in Cardiganshire. Our mission is to find the most suitable double glazing company for your needs, wherever you live in Cardiganshire, be it Aberystwyth, Lampeter or New Quay.

 

For homeowners hoping to make their property more energy efficient, double glazing is one of the most popular choices. There are plenty of benefits to be had from installing uPVC windows. Heating bills can be significantly reduced – single glazed windows can lose up to 20% of your home’s heat.

 

Double glazed windows keep the heat in, meaning you need less energy to keep your home warm and therefore spend less money. It also means that your home’s carbon footprint will be reduced, which benefits the environment and lessens the effect of global warming. In addition, double glazed windows reduce condensation build-up on the inside of your windows, compared to single glazing, and are therefore easier to clean and maintain.

 

So, although there are plenty of benefits to be had from installing uPVC windows, it is important that you choose the right company. That’s where Compare My Local comes in - we will search our database for double glazing companies in Cardiganshire, from Tregaron to Cardigan itself and provide you with a list of suitable companies. We make sure that every company we recommend to you has been fully checked to ensure your complete peace of mind. Choosing a suitable double glazing company can be a difficult process, so why not let us do the hard work for you? Our service is completely free, so what are you waiting for? Search for a company today. 

The Latest News on Double Glazing in Cardiganshire

A controversial scheme in Aberystwyth to convert an old passport office into fifty-one student flats has been given the go-ahead. Tai Cantref housing association won its appeal and a council decision to reject the scheme has been overturned. There were concerns about noise and a lack of parking spaces. The former passport office has been vacant since August 2011 and Tai Cantref aims to have the work completed by December 2012. There are certain conditions allowing the scheme to continue, including a warden on site from 18:00-07:00, an out of hours call system and double glazing.

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