Chester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 18, 2012
Double Glazing Prices can reveal the plans that Nick Clegg put forward in his speech in London this week. Leading environment and industry figures were told of the support that the poorest and most vulnerable in society would receive in other to help against rising energy bills and work towards a more energy efficient home.
The government’s plan, which will become known as the Green Deal, will upgrade the nation’s least energy efficient homes at no upfront cost. If homeowners need financial help, energy companies will offer their help to top up a loan.
The Deputy Prime Minister has announced that at least £540 million of the government’s home energy efficiency programme will be donated towards helping the poorest in the UK. Around £250 million of this will go towards delivering heating and insulation to an estimated 270,000 low income and vulnerable households by 2015.
As the government works towards a more energy efficient Britain, Double Glazing Prices steps up its commitment to delivering competitive prices on a diverse collection of double glazing products. The range of windows, doors, conservatories and porches are perfect for those looking to reduce their energy bills and increase energy efficiency in an attempt to save money.
Those on a low budget can save money thanks to the innovative quote system which has been put in place. The team will look for the best deals from trusted suppliers and homeowners could save up to 75% off. Find out more at DoubleGlazingPrices.net.