4 Effective Ways to Keep Your Home Warm this Winter

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Now that the temperature is getting colder, it is more important than ever to look for efficient ways to heat your home.

Crispier mornings and chillier evenings don’t have to mean a heavy spike in your energy bills! Here are some investment suggestions which involve upfront costs but will save you money in the long term, as well as more budget-friendly steps that can make a big difference.

Read on for the four effective ways to keep your home warm this winter:

1.  Install timber windows

Installing timber windows is a great way to heat your home and lower your heating bills. This is because timber has a lower thermal conductivity rating which means that it holds great insulation properties.

They are natural insulators which means they can help keep homes warm in winter and also cool in summer. This can help lower energy bills as homeowners won’t need to use as much energy heating their homes in winter, or cooling their homes in the summer when it’s warm.

Not only this, but timber windows are an environmentally-friendly option as they are highly durable and can last decades, so little energy is required when creating and replacing them.

2.  Install timber doors

In terms of thermal and noise insulation, timber doors excel when compared to other doors available on the market.

Timber doors are naturally insulating, sturdy and heavy, making them a stylish choice for a warm home.

At Prolux, we offer a wide variety of high-quality timber doors in an array of styles so you are guaranteed to find something that perfectly suits your home.

3.  Use your curtains

Heat from the sun is free so make the most out of it. Open your curtains and let the sunlight in during the day to make use of this free heat. When it gets dark, shut your curtains, which act as another layer of insulation and keep warmth in your rooms.

This is an easy but extremely effective way to heat your home at no cost.

4.  Get some rugs

If underfloor heating sounds too expensive or you don’t fancy ripping up your floor to have it fitted, you can simply add some rugs for some instant warmth.

Rugs have been used for thousands of years, and a good, fluffy rug can really make a difference between a floor that’s unpleasantly cold and one that’s comfortable. This is especially true with hardwood or tiled floors, which tend to get quite cold in winter.

Prolux Systems Ltd: Professional window company

If you are looking for high-quality timber doors and timber windows to keep your home warm this winter, then look no further than Prolux Systems Ltd.

At Prolux Systems Ltd, we offer a range of products including composite doors, upvc windows and more.

Get in touch with a member of our friendly team here today for more information.

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