Secondary Glazing

For those of you living in listed buildings or conservation areas, secondary glazing could be the best or only option for you. Some homes cannot have their original windows altered or indeed you may not want to if they still look particularly attractive. However, this doesn’t mean you have to put up with a draughty house once winter arrives. Just because you don’t want to adjust the exterior of your home, it doesn’t mean you have to be without the benefits of double glazing or triple glazed windows.

What is secondary glazing?

Secondary glazing simply involves having a single glass pane fitted over your existing windows with a 100mm gap. Secondary glazing allows you to enjoy a warmer home without compromising on the style of your original windows. This gap between the windows will reduce heat loss by up to 70%. Our secondary glazing is made bespoke to you, meaning you’ll have the perfect fit whatever your window.

The stylish and slim line double glazing profiles are available in over 200 colours so will fit in with your home. We also offer a range of openings including vertical and horizontal sliders, tilt opening, lift out and hinged. It provides a cost effective solution to the insulation of your home as well as helping you save money on your energy bills. The thicker the glass, the further enhanced this is, with various glass thickness available.

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