The question, ‘Is double glazing truly cost-effective?’ has haunted many double-glazed window users and reviewers for years, but very few (if not no one) has ever really nailed the answer to that question. The question was posed to the marketing manager of leading double glazing company in Lancashire, Double Glazing Lancashire, who said that not only is double glazing a sound investment, much of the information regarding the subject online is misleading. “People fail to assess the cost-effectiveness of double glazing from a holistic perspective”, he stated. “They focus only on easily measured factors such as energy saving and how long the windows last, and then decide they don’t measure up to the amount of money double glazing installation and maintenance costs”. So, what is missing? Double Glazing Lancashire’s Sales Representative in Lancashire was kind enough to elaborate.
These Are the Factors Users Should Be Looking At When Determining the Cost-effectiveness of Double Glazing- According to Double Glazing Lancashire
“Obviously, all window materials are not the same, some are a lot more durable than the others”, said the sales representative at Double Glazing Lancashire in Lancashire. “Timber and aluminium-clad timber windows are superior in terms of durability. In fact, with aluminium-clad timber, you can expect your window to last around 60 years with proper maintenance.
Using these resilient window materials for double glazing, saves you costs on frequent maintenance”. She then went on to highlight the costs of using other window materials which expose customers to fires and burglary incidents. She went on to reference the over 700,000 domestic burglary incidents and the 500,000 fire ones reported between 2015 and 2016 in the UK, saying that if more people in Lancashire used double glazing windows from Double Glazing Lancashire, the numbers would have been lower and a good fraction of the damages and loss would have been avoided, since Double Glazing Lancashire’s double-glazed windows make use of security and fibre glass, to hamper burglary attempts and the spread of heat during fire outbreaks.
The energy efficiency part also came up during the interview. “Double glazing will make your property perform better in terms of energy savings by halving heat loss”, she said. “We take our efforts to help customers enjoy energy efficiency one step further by using low-E and solar glass material”. She then said that customers can take advantage laminated, double glazed windows to reduce the risk of injury to property owners.
About Double Glazing Lancashire
Double Glazing Lancashire offers a wide range of windows services including double glazed windows installation, repair and replacement. Customers can count on the company’s years of experience, professional training and use of modern technology to enjoy cost-effective windows solutions. The company is also known in the area for meeting the needs of customers with rare architectural design specifications, and listed buildings, at very reasonable prices. For Media Contact – Name – Carlos Miller
Company – Double Glazing Lancashire
Phone – 0800 246 5843
Website – https://doubleglazing-lancashire.uk