Bebington Glazing gets set to prepare the North West for the winter months

Posted on 20 October 2015
By Khyle Deen
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Bebington Glazing is urging the North West to beat the blizzards this winter by considering stronger insulation measures.

According to the Met Office, the country could be faced with one of the coldest winters yet, which MD of Bebington Glazing Kay Finlay believes could be ‘a cause for concern for local residents and businesses’.

Kay and her Wirral-based team are encouraging people to prepare for the icy conditions, by significantly reducing heat loss through the use of effectively glazed windows.

She said: “With the gloomy weather already making an appearance, it’s important that people from across the North West are aware of the options that are available to them to heat-secure their properties. As temperatures drop we rely heavily on central heating to keep us warm, which can be detrimental to bills. Fortunately, there are solutions available to tackle the problem.

“Double glazing is a practical way in which to prevent heat loss within the home and workplace, and many of our customers report considerable savings on their annual bills. Working in partnership with Pilkington, we are now proud to provide one the most energy efficient window glass currently available on the market.”

As an expert in its field, Bebington Glazing has become renowned across the North West for its bespoke glass installation and repairs on both residential and commercial properties. In addition to providing A or A+ specialist glazing, the independent firm also fits shop fronts, safety glass, lead lights, glass balconies and balustrades.

Kay added: “While we are aware that many homes and offices are already reaping the benefits of having double or triple glazing fitted, it is equally as important to look out for the tell-tale signs of disrepair. Faults such as condensation, leaks and draughts can all be easily mended in preparation for the colder months.

“Aside from the immediate benefits of installing efficient glazing within a property, it can also add long-term overall value to the building in years to come.”