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How replacing your old windows and doors could benefit your home

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Sash windows- replacing your windows and doors

It could be time to consider replacing your windows and doors if you’ve had them for many years. Over time, inefficient windows and doors can wear down and cause problems for your home. In recent years, windows have improved so they last much longer and provide a worthwhile investment for your home.

Improve the comfort of your home

If you’ve noticed your home feeling draughtier recently, your windows and doors could be the cause. Modern double glazing removes this problem. With A rated windows, warmth is trapped inside your home and cold air cannot get in. Low-emissivity glass reflects heat back into your home and stops the sun’s strong rays overheating your rooms. The addition of a warm spacer bar acts as a seal to make your windows weathertight. With argon gas filling the space between the window panes, your room is kept well insulated.

For the ultimate insulating entrance door, composite doors are the best choice. With an insulating foam core, composite doors provide unrivalled levels of thermal protection as well as security. With these high levels of energy efficiency, your home will feel more comfortable all year round.

Spend more of your hard-earned money on the things you love

Composite entrance door

With the improved energy efficiency that new windows and doors bring, you will notice your heating being needed less. This will help lower your energy bills. It’s easy not to notice over time that you start relying on your heating more. Ineffective windows and doors could be the reason for this. Triple glazing can increase the savings you make. With an extra barrier between your home and the elements, heat has to work even harder to escape.

Keep your family and home safe

As windows and doors start to need replacing, their security becomes compromised. All our windows and doors come with high performing locking mechanisms that will deter any intruders. With anti-snap cylinders and shoot bolts; our doors will always protect your family and home. Composite doors are stronger than other entrance doors so are a great choice if this is a concern for you.

Boost your kerb appeal the easy way

As well as these useful benefits, having new windows and doors installed will brighten up the look of your home. With a beautiful choice of colours and finishes, you can easily boost your kerb appeal and be the envy of your street. Our timber effect window range allows you to have the high performance of uPVC with the desirable appearance of timber.

Bi-fold doors are another popular option that will increase the aesthetic value of your home. With slim sightlines and large glass panes, they allow expansive views of your garden or surrounding countryside. Light floods your home to give a stunning and sophisticated alternative to traditional patio doors.

Timber effect windows

Our composite doors will also brighten up the entrance to your home. The look of your front door sets the tone for the rest of your home so it’s important it makes an impression. Composite doors have an attractive timber appearance and a Glass Reinforced Plastic skin which won’t crack, peel or fade. They will stay looking as good as the day they were installed for years to come.

Replacement windows and doors in Northern Ireland

Turkington Windows & Conservatories provide stunning and efficient replacement windows and doors across Northern Ireland and Dublin. Their emphasis is always on a customer focused service and the best products. Their friendly team can advise on the right solution for your home. Get in touch today to see the difference replacing your windows and doors could make for your home.

Double Glazing Across Ireland

With showrooms in Lisburn & Portadown we are ideally placed to supply and install windows, doors and conservatories all across Belfast and Northern Ireland, as well as the greater Dublin area and counties Monaghan, Meath and Louth.

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