Minimise The Risk Of Freezing Weather With New Windows

Long-term weather forecasts should never be taken at face value as very often they’re as unreliable as the weather itself; however, it’s hard to ignore proclamations stating that Britain is facing its ‘worst winter in years’.

Three years ago, the country experienced the coldest December since records began 100 years previous and curiously exactly 50 years ago the country witnessed a winter so harsh that it was officially christened ‘The Big Freeze of 1963’. Could history be about to repeat itself? Your guess is as good as anybody’s!

It’s best to be prepared for every eventuality, or to put it better, it’s best to prepare your home for every eventuality. Unless you want your property to succumb to the cold and have to pay out a fortune in gas and electricity costs, you need to make your abode fully energy efficient which means having new windows and doors installed.

If your home regularly suffers from draughts then you can immediately point the finger of blame at your existing windows and doors. Ageing timber windows and single glazed windows really struggle to keep out freezing temperatures and are best being removed and replaced with a more capable equivalent.

What do you need to put in their place? Double glazing or triple glazing from Eden Windows of course. With frames in both UPVC and aluminium, our range will keep you and your family, and your energy bills down to a manageable level for the duration of the winter.

We even cater for those living in conservation areas finding it difficult to locate a suitable substitute courtesy of our Heritage windows collection; a modern replica of the traditional 19th Century Flush Sash Timber Window.

You can see all that and much more at our Kent showroom. We’ll help you keep winter at bay.


Everyone is welcome to come in and browse around our Gillingham Showroom in Kent, where our friendly sales team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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