The new year is the perfect time to kick-start your home renovation plans and get going on those tasks you’ve been putting off. Investing in new windows for your home is an ideal task to start with, as you will be able to get a good idea of how the newly glazed house looks and more easily choose other home updates that will complement it. So, if your New Year’s resolution is to get your home looking beautiful, or even just to have friends and family over more often, choosing new windows for your house will help you keep that all-important promise to yourself (and impress your loved ones at the same time – bonus!).
Add choosing windows to your new year plans
If you are planning on adding new windows to your home improvements for the new year, doing so is simple. You can choose windows that are as standard or bespoke as you like, and let a glazing expert help you design options that are ideal for your wishes and requirements. You can customise everything from the windows’ style and size to the glazing type, security features, and frame material and colour. If certain rooms need more privacy, natural light or soundproofing, this can all be achieved with bespoke window designs. Personal finishing touches can be added to complement your style, such as glazing bars or custom handles.
Double-glazed windows for the festive season
Of course, there’s nothing to say that you have to wait until the new year to order windows for your home. With Your Price Windows, you could get your windows installed in time for Christmas if you order them today. They’ll be ready for you to cover in fairy lights, dust with fake snow or simply sit and look out of! We can’t think of a more delightful Christmas gift.
Updating your period property for the new year
If you live in a period house and have draughty single-glazed windows, why not make a New Year’s resolution to get them sorted once and for all? The process of making original period windows more energy-efficient is simpler than you might realise. While applying to the local authorities for planning permission to install double glazing can be a lengthy process, there is a more straightforward way to solve draughty windows: secondary glazing. An extra layer of glass is installed inside the window unit so that it doesn’t touch the original windows. The layer of glass and air provides a thermally efficient barrier that stops heat from escaping and cold air blowing in – which, in the winter months, is essential for keeping your home warm.
Here at Your Price Windows, we can help you pick your perfect windows to make sure you start the new year with a home that you love. If you live in Surrey, Sussex or Kent, contact us today for a free, no-obligation quotation for new windows and doors.