The winter months are finally here, there’s the familiar chill in the air once again and it’s drawing closer and closer to 2013; we all make New Year’s resolutions year on year but come February, they’re all but forgotten. If your New Year’s resolution is to reduce your carbon footprint and become more energy efficient, here at AJ Windows we can help you make this resolution a success.
The majority of the energy used in your home will come from your heating system and if you’re serious about becoming more environmentally friendly then you need to reduce the amount of energy you’re using to heat your home. So what’s the best way to do that?
Did you know that approximately 20% of the heat in your home is lost through your windows? If your existing windows are old or in poor condition, it’s likely that you are wasting a lot of energy that is being lost through your windows. By investing in new, high quality energy efficient windows you will trap the heat inside your home, reduce your energy consumption and ultimately, save money on your energy bills on a monthly basis.
When it comes to home improvement projects it’s usually not possible to complete the work yourself but it’s difficult to know who to trust. We’ve all heard horror stories of cowboy builders that bodge jobs and cause real damage to homes so we’re understandably wary.
Here at AJ Windows we have years of experience and a wealth of knowledge that has given us a reputation for excellence. You can rest assured that when you come to us for your new windows or doors, you will always receive high quality and efficient work that not only meets but exceeds your expectations.
If you’re looking to improve your home’s energy efficiency with new windows this winter then here at AJ Windows we should be your first port of call. Why not browse our site for more information about our windows, doors and conservatories or contact us directly if you have any queries?This entry was posted in Double Glazing and tagged AJ Windows. Bookmark the permalink. ← Latest Home Improvement Trends for 2012 AJ Windows: Improve Energy Efficiency and Your Home Exterior →