LONDON, February 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Everest Home Improvements have created a retro design themed infographic that's ideal for those looking to keep their home warm and toasty, while also reducing their energy bills.
The cold proofing guide, entitled Cold Wives' Tales: 20 essential tips to keep the home warm and toasty & save money on energy bills, offers a wide range of useful tips, facts and home improvement ideas in an artistically appealing style.
The tips include money saving advice such as: 'turn your thermostat down only 1˚C and you could reduce your heating bill by 10%,' and 'top up the loft insulation to at least 27cm to keep your house nice and toasty - this could save you £175 a year on your average energy bill.'
In addition, the infographic includes valuable maintenance advice for when homeowners are away during the cold season: 'always leave the heating on low if you go away even for a few days during the cold season to protect water pipes from freezing.'
Click here to view the 'Cold Wives' Tales' infographic.
Everest began life in 1965 and has grown into one of the most recognised and respected home improvement companies in the UK.
With a name synonymous with double glazing, Everest today offers a range of products that span almost all areas of home improvements, including doors, conservatories, roofline products (guttering, cladding, soffits etc.), garage doors, security systems, timber windows, flat roofs and driveways.
Everest prides itself on combining the highest quality products with exceptional customer service and has served over two million customers in the UK, the Isle of Man and Jersey. Everest has two manufacturing bases, in Treherbert in Wales and Sittingbourne in Kent, with its head office in Cuffley, Hertfordshire and a nationwide network of installation centres and customer service centres.
As a mark of Everest's impressive commitment to quality manufacture and installation, Everest is a founder member of Glass and Glazing Federation, and is also a member of FENSA (Fensestration Self Assessment Scheme), The Conservatory Association and REAL (Renewable Energy Assurance Limited), along with numerous other memberships and building accreditations.
For more information on Everest, please visit the website.
SOURCE Everest Ltd.