Wooden window

Wooden windows supply & fit

Installing new windows is a superb way to reduce your annual heating bills and raise the energy efficiency of your property. And wooden double glazing is just one possible material to do this with.

Double glazing is a proven insulation method for homeowners who want to see cuts made to their energy bills, as units ensure heat is locked in the property and isn’t allowed to escape. Considering windows and doors are two of the main places heat is lost in the home, new double glazed windows are key to cutting expenses.

The double glazed window works with two panes of glass separated by an energy efficient spacer, usually Argon. The spacer is normally between 20mm and 28mm in thickness, which is the optimal distance and heat is unable to pass through.

With wooden frames you’ll add to the efficiency of the unit, whilst having an aesthetically pleasing outcome that’ll look fantastic.

Benefits of wooden double glazing

Wooden windows have seen a surge in popularity, especially in the more traditional homes as they’re in keeping with the home’s existing qualities. With double glazing:

  • Cut your energy bills by up to £300 every year. Double glazing retains heat in your home, ensuring you don’t have to turn up the temperature to stay warm.

  • Add security to your property with two panes of glass rather than just the one. Research suggests that potential break-ins are prevented by having double glazing as burglars are put off by the added window pane.

  • Slash your home’s carbon footprint, which is not only great for the environment but is also in line with Government and EU carbon reduction targets.

  • See a reduction in noise pollution that enters your home. With the efficient spacer, noise is kept outside which is even better for properties in busy areas.

Why choose wooden windows?

The main reason for choosing wooden frames over aluminium or uPVC, is because of the aesthetic appeal they bring to homes. There’s no doubt about it, wooden double glazing looks great and is in keeping with traditional properties.

It’s also brilliant for energy efficiency and betters aluminium in this department too. On top of this, wooden windows are environmentally friendly as they’re fully recyclable.

Wooden double glazing quotes

If you’re interested in wooden windows it’s best to receive a number of quotes to compare prices and ensure you get the right deal for your money’s worth.

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Local Wooden window Projects

1 Project: New wooden sash windows. Wooden as listed. Up to seven. Doubled glazed. I am looking for quotes for 4+ Windows Wooden Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you r...
2 Project: New wooden sash windows. Wooden as listed. Up to seven. Doubled glazed. I am looking for quotes for 4+ Windows Wooden Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you r...
3 Project: I am looking for quotes for 2-3 Windows Wooden Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you require: Supply and installation of full unit Property Type: Terrace How m...
4 Project: 2+ windows Supply and install Please call to quote.
5 Project: Work description: Kitchen- Bay window. Currently large glass 2 sides and large middle.
6 Project: My living room window put out so I can my new sofa put in
7 Project: Windows have 'broken don after 20 years. Replace 5 Nos Leaded diamond shaped 465X 1.125 & 7 Nos 465 x1.020. Dimensions are approximate. Air gap is 6 mm. Existing beads are in good condition.. Estima...
8 Project: Two ground floor windows, lounge and side window of family room. I manage the property on behalf of the landlord. If quotes could come to me but arrange access via the tenant Inger - 413989 Many Thank...
9 Project: windows doors
10 Project: I am looking for quotes for 4+ Windows Wooden Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you require: Supply and installation of full unit Property Type: Terrace How ma...
11 Project: French doors need replacing I am looking for quotes for 2-3 Windows Wooden Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service do you require: Supply and installation of full unit ...
12 Project: I need 2 windows supply and fit Homeowner Please contact to appoint *
13 Project: Customer in Sheffield area made an enquiry for double glazing online. 2+ windows Supply and install Please call to arrange an appointment to discuss options
14 Project: Work description: New bay window to replace old one
15 Project: 10 large old sash windows (1mx1.5m) + 1 small bathroom (0.5mx0.5m)
16 Project: Ok, how many windows do you require? One Window Great, what do you need done? Supply and Installation So, what is the window material? Wood I'm a tenant so I understand I will need the landlord's per...
17 Project: Homeowner 5 windows Hardwood Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
18 Project: Customer made an enquiry for Wooden Windows via one of our websites. Looking at various options they would like to discuss directly Confirmed interest Please call to discuss and arrange appointment t...
19 Project: House modification and upgrade - 1910 build so looking at replacing current UPVC bland windows and considering UPVC Wood effect or Wooden hardwood Supplied and fitted Please contact to appoint *
20 Project: Large wooden window in kitchen needs fixed or replaced grade 2 listed building

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Wooden window activity in August 2019

Wooden window Projects in the UK in August 2019

July 2019 June / July
South East 810 29% <img src=
Greater London 610 -3% <img src=
South West 431 26% <img src=
East Midlands 353 35% <img src=
East Of England 280 8% <img src=
Scotland 263 171% <img src=
Western Midlands 241 -40% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 220 -4% <img src=
Wales 208 66% <img src=
North West 200 -13% <img src=
Northern Ireland 51 46% <img src=
North East 13 1200% <img src=
United Kingdom 3,680 14%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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Energy Performance of Houses

The below data displays the energy performance of homes in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy efficient and G being the least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating factors heavily when trying to sell your home, as potential buyers will see what amount they're likely to be spending on their heating expenses. Home improvements including insulation assist to drastically increase a home's EPC rating.