Christmas will soon be upon us, and like everyone else; I can not wait! Can you blame me though?
What’s not to like about the Christmas time period though? The winter period in general, really.
Call me strange but I love the cold, I love having to wrap up to go outside and tackle the below 0 temperature. I love the whole feel of it, and yes, I do love summer too but for different reasons obviously. I think we are blessed to live in such a great country like England that allows us to experience seasons, from cold to warm each year. Some countries are just warm all year round, or simply cold all year round. My opinion/theory is, it works so well because you don’t get tired or bored of the seasons, because they change on you before you can, plus you have to experience different temperatures to appreciate them for what they are. A quick link to a England door service.
Now, my point behind all this is, even though I do love it being cold, you always want a nice toasty house to come home too after being outside with a red nose and more than likely full of a cold. Here in Stoke-On-Trent, it’s very common for pretty much everyone to have a house like this, the reason being is, if the house is made well enough, you don’t need to fork out a load of money each month on heating bills, and the house will be plenty warm without with!
When it comes to insulation, most people assume if the house is cold it must be the windows, that they need to get better windows. To that I say, I agree, getting better windows has heaps of benefits, mainly for me the noise, if you getting double windows; it blocks out the outside noise; and if you’ve ever lived on a main street, you will understand how annoying it can be (granted, it’s been about 4 months now and I’ve gotten use to it (for now)). But my point was, no one takes into consideration about the doors! Just think of it logically. that that door wasn’t there, what would be? A MASSIVE GAPING HOLE! Windows are tight fitted, doors are on hinges; as obviously they are meant to me moved; open and closed etc. There for it offers a bigger change off letting air, noise etc and the cold winter nights back into the house of your lovely home. If you live in Stoke or surrounding areas, and you’re worried about this issue; like I was, i’m going to recommend the guy I went with, he was extremely helpful and friendly, he didn’t even replace my door, he just came round and saw if there was any way he could improve it! Thanks a bunch, and hopefully he will be able to help you guys too: Door fitting Company
I mentioned windows quickly above, and I still stand by what I say. Even though the doors offer the biggest problems, if you don’t have the right windows just as much “damage” can be done. Plus, and this is a major key for me; as you’re well aware, the noise! It does two things. Not only does it keep the noise out from whatever ruckus is being made outside, but if you’re like me, a loud person, it keeps the noise in… So your neighbours won’t hate you when you’re screaming at 3am in the morning because you’re playing video games and something happened that you didn’t like. That’s probably just me? Well you get my point, it’s great for anything! Plus you can get some really nice window designs with a wide selection and they really can improve the look of a house a bunch (or as some people in the retail world know it as “curb appeal”, which is pretty obvious what that means).