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uPVC double glazing is one of the best home improvements you can make if you want to reduce your energy bills and become more environmentally friendly.

Replacing old, inefficient single paned windows with a double glazed unit will see you save hundreds of pounds every year.

uPVC windows are a household favourite and the amount of installations surpass aluminium and hardwood for a number of reasons.

How does double glazing work?

You may have heard the term double glazing a lot down the years, but what exactly is it and how will it help you to reduce your heating bills.

The technique is actually very simple and the basic structure is two panes of glass separated by an energy efficient gas spacer. This spacer, usually Argon, restricts heat loss with its motionless qualities.

Heat is unable to pass between the two panes and exit the property. Combined with uPVC frames the efficiency of the unit is further heightened.

Benefits of uPVC double glazing

uPVC double glazed windows are a chosen favourite among homeowners and thousands of installations are completed yearly. With this highly efficient unit:

  • Reduce your energy bills by up to £300 a year, helping you to escape the clutches of fuel poverty and see a return on your investment

  • Insulate your property, improving the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating and ensuring your home is kept warmer throughout the year

  • Add security to your home. The added pane instantly puts off potential burglars and double glazing fitted with internal beading adds even more to the protection of your property

  • Cut your property’s carbon footprint, helping to meet EU targets and aiding the environment to beat global warming problems

  • Limit the amount of noise pollution that’s allowed into your home. In the same way heat is retained in the home, sound waves aren’t allowed to pass through the efficient uPVC double glazing.

Why choose uPVC windows?

uPVC beats its main competitors of aluminium and hardwood in a number of key areas. The price is the first major advantage, being far cheaper than both of the above mentioned.

And despite this, it doesn’t skimp on quality. uPVC is a durable, hard-wearing and weather resistant product and fitted with stabilisers, is resistant to the sun’s UV rays.

On top of this, you won’t need to carry out heavy maintenance work and uPVC can’t rot, warp or bow. If you’re looking for a product that is proven to be a quality window material, uPVC is your answer.

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2 Project: two 300 x 300mm white upvc windows with frames hinges and handles. one left opening and one right opening. clear glass, supply only
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17 Project: Door size 5000mm x 2100mm in white Aluminium . The opening at the moment is only 4000 mm but this will be opened by our builders. We would like a price for supply only and supply and fit if possible.
18 Project: Front door and two pannels . Grey in coulour
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Double glazing units Projects in the UK in September 2020

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Energy Performance of Houses

Homes are given an energy ranking dependent on exactly how efficient they are and ratings are displayed in the information beneath. This varies from A, the most energy efficient, to G, the least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have less costly energy bills as more heat is going to be kept in your home. You are able to increase your home's efficiency with insulation including double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.