Why install double glazing?

All properties loose heat through their windows. Energy-efficient type of windows, such as double glazing, keeps your home warmer and quieter. Less energy to heat your home means you can save money on your energy bills.

What are the benefits of having double glazing installed?

Decreased energy bills

Since you will be using less energy to heat your home, your energy bills are likely to be smaller.

Greener lifestyle

Less energy used for heating means less carbon dioxide emissions.

A more comfortable home

Insulating your home with energy-efficient glazing means fewer draughts and cold spots.

A quieter home

Double glazing insulates your home against external noise.

Reduced condensation

Double glazing reduces condensation build-up on the inside of your windows.

What should I consider when installing double glazing?

The type of glass

The most energy-efficient type for double glazing is low emissivity glass. Very efficient windows might use gases such as argon, xenon or krypton in the gap between the sheets of glass.

Frame materials

The materials used for the frame can be different. You can choose between UPVC, wooden, aluminium, steel or composite. Talk to our energy efficiency advisors for more information on what type of double glazing is the most suitable option for you.

Energy rating

Some window manufacturers show the energy efficiency of their products using an energy-rating scale from A to G. The ratings are based on the product’s efficiency at retaining heat.

Ventilation

Inefficient windows contribute to condensation build up due to the reduced ventilation. For more information on how to tackle damp and deal with ventilation talk to one of our energy efficiency advisors.

Living in a conservation area

If you live in a conservation area or in a listed building there may be restrictions on what you can do to your windows. Check with your local council to see what options are available to you.

How much can I save?

By installing double glazing in an entirely single-glazed detached house you could save up to £160 a year.*

How much CO2 will I save?

By insulating your home with double glazing, you will save up to 680kg of carbon dioxide a year.

How much does it cost?

The costs and savings for double glazing will be different for each home and each window, depending on its size, material and the installer you choose. Infinity Energy Organisation offers flexible monthly payment plans to help install double glazing. Talk to one of our energy efficiency advisors today for more information about our flexible finance packages to suit your home and your budget.

Is it worth the investment?

Double glazing lasts for over 20 years. This means you will have a warmer, quieter and more comfortable home while saving money on your energy bills.

*Estimations as published by the Energy Saving Trust UK (http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/). Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home. Infinity Energy Organisation Ltd. act as a credit broker and offers products from a range of financial providers. Infinity Energy Organisation Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered in England. Registration number: 629622. Registered address: Wembley Point, Level 10 Suite 4, 1 Harrow Road, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 6DE.

I was really impressed by the way Infinity Energy Organisation handled me and carried me as a customer and carried out the External Wall Insulation on my property. With only keeping my heating on for a couple of hours a day this has made my house much warmer and has reduced my energy bills. With their friendly and helpful staff and installers Infinity Energy kept me regularly updated on the next stages.

Bipin Patel (Perivale)

     
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