Advantages of Double Glazing Windows Increased home security Greatly diminished heat energy loss and minimisation of draughts Variety of glass options from self cleaning to anti-sun Virtually maintenance free Reduction of carbon footprint due to increased energy efficiency Noticeable reduction of external noise If you are considering improving your home there are an array of options available to you, but typically, the first that most people consider is to change their WINDOWS.
With good reason, new double glazing comes with guarantees for the quality and lifetime of the work and in a wide range of colours frame choices, window finishes and types of opening.
DOUBLE GLAZING has the main benefit of improving the insulation of your home, sometimes by as much as 40%. If you have double glazing already, innovations in the industry means we can still see an improvement in your insulation and heat retention by upgrading your double glazing.
Changing your windows can also increase the safety and security of your home, with new windows matched with the latest in locks and multipoint systems designed to keep your home safe, year on year.
New technology also means that window frames are now offered in a wider range of colours and finishes, meaning that double glazing can be fitted to homes of any age and style to without taking anything away from the style and elegance of an existing house design or period.
Window Types Casement windows are traditionally the standard choice for homes, but this does not mean that all casement windows look the same. Casement windows are merely windows that have two hinges on one side to make for a secure, stable swivel open from one side.
Most window designs will come with an option to be completed as a casement window, and if you are looking to replace your windows with casement windows, click here for our free to use and easy to complete online specialist company contact form.
For a more traditional window style, or a modern take on a traditional window style, sash windows are increasingly popular. Typically these windows are separated by muntin bars (or glazing bars), and are opened by sliding the moveable panes or sashes to open and close the windows.
Again available in a range of colours and styles, sash windows add further character to compliment your property. To get 3 local quotes from tried and trusted suppliers, click here.
If you want to add more character, increase the size of the room, and provide more options, bay windows are a great solution. Bay windows project outwards and form an area in the home called a bay, usually with extra seating or storage, but can be used for any reason to increase the space.
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Tilt and turn windows, as the name suggests, lets you open the windows at a tilted angle, or turn the handle to open from the side – like a casement window. They are particularly popular window options if you are considering French windows or French doors, tilt and turn openings give you more options for allowing the breeze in and giving the security that a casement window cannot if you are running the risk of intrusion.