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With the current economic climate, many homeowners are looking for new and exciting ways to save money. Whilst discount codes and cutting down on frivolous spending are popular amongst Brits, many homeowners are turning to energy efficient home improvements to not only reduce carbon footprint but also save money on energy bills.

There are many ways in which homeowners can help the planet and save money on their energy bills, namely insulating lofts and wall cavities and double glazing insulations. This season, UPVC Windows UK is offering homeowners advice on why choosing double glazed UPVC windows and doors is the perfect way to reduce energy bills and save money.

Double glazing windows and doors are known as insulators which trap air between the layers of glass. It works in a way that the trapped air insulates the windows and thus reduces the loss of warm air that escapes the home and the cold air that gets in.

Double glazing installations is a lucrative investment which will help eliminate expensive energy bills and ensure the home is warm and comfortable all year round.

UPVC Windows UK features an eclectic range of windows and doors. The team prides itself on the quality of all its products, all of which come with toughened glass, reinforced frames and double glazing as standard to ensure safety and energy efficiency.

With summer upon the nation, many homeowners are choosing French windows and sliding doors in order to open up the home into the garden, perfect for barbecues and evening parties. When winter arrives, the home will be set up to keep warm air in, families cosy and energy bills down.

Find out more about the benefits of double glazed UPVC windows and doors as well as the full range of windows and doors available at by visiting the site. Alternatively, click here to navigate straight there.

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