How to save money on your energy bills

Posted: 3rd Jun 2019



Many homeowners don’t consider ways to reduce their energy bills until it’s too late and the harsh winters have already begun. Stay a step ahead with our top recommendations to lessen your home’s energy consumption while adding significant style, security and value.

 1) Install replacement windows

New windows will not only add kerb appeal to your property with a fresh and trendy aesthetic, they will deliver improved thermal efficiency.

Sheerwater Glass offer a range of high-quality windows, in a variety of attractive styles and materials that can be tailored to suit any home’s character. Their excellent range of industry-leading windows will retain the warmth of your home and prevent draughts from entering, ensuring a comfortable temperature inside your property.

Their slimline uPVC windows are the pinnacle of high-quality as they integrate the sleek style of aluminium windows, with the superior energy efficiency of modern uPVC for a sophisticated and cost-effective replacement window.

2) A new efficient front door

Not only will a replacement entrance door wow your visitors and add value to your property, it can help to improve your home’s thermal abilities. Whether you opt for uPVC, aluminium, timber or composite, modern engineering techniques are designed to avoid heat escaping.

Sheerwater Glass’ range of stunning front doors are fully customisable, meaning you can design your dream front door to add to your home’s current style. Whether it’s a bespoke black composite door, a red uPVC door with decorative glass, or a sleek aluminium front door, you’ll find the perfect solution that will reduce your energy bills and keep your home secure.

3) Replace your old glazing

Glazing has revolutionised over the years, thanks to innovative manufacturing and engineering techniques. Updating your home’s current glazing is one the most sustainable and beneficial ways to reduce your energy bills for existing windows, doors, conservatories and extensions.

Glazing is rated for its energy efficiency, with A+ rated glass providing the most superior thermal performance, meaning this will save you the most money on your energy bills. For homeowners looking to add further elegance to their properties, Sheerwater Glass’ range of decorative glass, including textured glass, leaded glass and stained glass, will provide a bespoke look that will also keep your home at its optimum thermal capabilities.

If you’re looking for quality home improvements that will enhance your home’s energy efficiency, security and of course, create a stylish new look, Sheerwater Glass are a leading home improvement installer serving the Surrey and the surrounding area with the highest quality products. Contact Sheerwater Glass today to begin your home transformation.

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