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For information and advice on double glazing in Glamorgan Compare My Local can help. Our mission is to find the most suitable window company for your needs, whether you live in Cardiff, Swansea, Merthyr Tydfil, Barry or anywhere else in Glamorgan.


Double glazing is a great choice for property owners hoping to make their property more energy efficient - it can help to retain up to 20% more heat than single glazed windows. Double glazing is also relatively simple to install and has plenty of benefits, in addition to retaining heat and keeping your home warmer.


After installing uPVC windows, heating bills can be considerably reduced, potentially up to £165 per year, and your home’s carbon footprint will be smaller, since you will use less energy to keep it warm. In addition double glazed windows are easy to keep clean and maintain, requiring only a wipe down every so often, and will also reduce the amount of condensation build-up on the inside of your windows.


Although there are plenty of benefits to be gained from installing double glazing, it’s very important that you choose the right company. That’s where Compare My Local can help. We will go through our database of double glazing installers in Glamorgan, including Caerphilly, Bridgend, Neath and Pontypridd, and present you with a choice of quotes. You will then be able to make an informed decision about which company you would prefer to choose.

The Latest News on Double Glazing in Glamorgan

A couple from Swansea have been holidaying in the same caravan park in Tenby for 50 years. Byron Price first visited the park in the 1950s with his parents, and has been coming ever since. When he met wife-to-be Anne, they would visit the caravan park together, even visiting for their honeymoon in 1969. Byron has since bought a second home in the park and today the couple bring their grandchildren to the holiday park. The Price’s caravan of choice has also changed over the year, with today’s luxury 32ft home having a fitted kitchen, king-size bedroom, satellite TV as well as double glazing.


Meanwhile, Glamorgan residents may be able to benefit from the Arbed scheme, which was set up by the Welsh Government to reduce climate change, boost economic development and regeneration and help to eradicate fuel poverty. Phase Two of the scheme started in May 2012, and there is a total budget of £45 million to help improve energy efficiency in Welsh homes. The Welsh Government aims to upgrade 4,800 existing homes by the end of 2015 with energy saving measures such as cavity wall insulation and double glazing. The aim is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 11.6 kilo tons by the end of 2015.

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