‘Never been more important’: Home update could save homeowners £155 a year on energy bills


The energy expert said energy-efficient windows will make a home warmer while also saving homeowners money.

Mr Pawson said: “Energy-efficient windows, on the other hand, will not only make your home feel warmer and save you money on your energy bills, but it will also help to reduce your carbon footprint.

“The amount of savings varies depending on property size but a typical, gas-heated semi-detached home could save between £120-£155 per year by choosing energy-efficient windows.

“It’s never been more important to keep on top of window maintenance, checking that your windows meet the regulatory standard.


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