The arrival of spring and easing of COVID restrictions gives us all some much needed optimism after a long winter in lockdown. Spring signals a fresh approach and for many, this means preparing for the annual spring clean. With that in mind, now is the perfect opportunity to consider making your home more energy efficient.
If you have single glazed windows or aluminium framed windows, your home may be letting in draughts and cold air. Making your windows more energy efficient will not only keep your home well insulated but also help you to reduce your energy bills.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, by installing double glazing to windows in an entirely single-glazed property, you could make annual savings of between £50 and £120 depending on your property.
Mr. H desperately needed to replace his old windows and was unlikely to carry out the works without the support of a low-cost, council-funded loan delivered by Lendology. Mr. H said his experience with Lendology was all positive and his advice to other homeowners considering a home improvement loan with Lendology is “definitely apply!”
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