We have the ability to either retrofit your exiting window sashes or replace the sashes if they are not in a condition to be retrofitted or if this is your preference. We want you to be able to enjoy your new windows for many years to come. We are happy to retrofit double glaze individual rooms as separate jobs over time to make the process more affordable. We also offer window seal inserts on existing single glazed windows as a way to reduce drafts and heat loss
We will meet with you at your home to assess and measure windows to be double-glazed, give recommendations and discuss your requirements. Following this a quote is written up and emailed to you. Once the job has been confirmed the double-glazed units are ordered ahead of time to minimise time windows need to be boarded up. We have scaffolds for height access or difficult access.
Types of glass
Classic double-glazing units
Consists of two panes of glass with air between them to trap heat. The extra pane of glass reduces heat loss through your windows by up to 50%, improves thermal comfort within your home, reduces external noise and reduces or prevents condensation build up in the cooler months
Low E double glazing units
Low E stands for Low emissivity and refers to glass that emits low levels of radiant thermal (heat) energy. The glass consists of two panels of glass with either air or argon gas between them. The glass has a special layer which reflects more heat and solar rays compared to normal glass. The reflective technology means that when it is cold outside you will retain more heat in your home and when it is hot and sunny outside you will have a cooler more comfortable home
Argon gas is a better insulator than air and is a great option to further reduce heat loss within your home.
This is glass that has been heat treated during processing and is four times stronger than normal glass making it much less likely to break. There is a statutory requirement in the building code for windows in bathrooms and kitchens and windows a certain height off the ground to have either toughened glass or laminant.
This is glass with a layer of plastic layer in the centre of the glass and is primary used for safety.
This is opaque glass which comes in many different patterns and is mainly used in bathrooms.