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PRESTIGE MIDLANDS

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Prestige Midlands Ltd, based in the heart of Wolverhampton; are suppliers and installers of Fascia, Soffit, Guttering (FSG...
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Dedicated to producing beautifully crafted and carefully executed work, we liaise closely with our customers in order to g...
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Whether you need work doing to a roof or driveway, we are the company to choose. We know what everyone else charges and...
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B L HOME IMPROVEMENTS

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Hi my name is Benjamin Loveridge If you’re looking roofing company to carry out roofing repairs or fit A complete new ...
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Premier Rooflines

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we are a cheshire based company providing industry leading home improvement products fitted to BBA standards. Specialising...
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OLYMPIA CONSTRUCTION

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03 Jul

Windows | uPVC

Runcorn - WA7

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Windows | uPVC

Runcorn - WA7

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Windows | uPVC

Northwich - CW8

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Windows | Velux

Crewe - CW4

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Windows | Wooden

Chester - CH3

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Windows | uPVC

Sale - M33

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23 Jun

Windows | Wooden

Stockport - SK3

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Windows | uPVC

Warrington - WA4

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Windows | uPVC

Stockport - SK2

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Windows | uPVC

Altrincham - WA15

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21 Jun

Windows | uPVC

Northwich - CW8

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15 Jun

Windows | Velux

Macclesfield - SK10

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Windows | Glazing

Warrington - WA5

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my kitchen window is stuck shut it opens on the left but not at all on the right side! are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require: repair/glass only propert...

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11 Jun

Windows | uPVC | Single Window

Northwich - CW9

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new front door - a composite door are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require: supply and installation of full unit do you require doors: 375 i am looking f...

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Windows | Wooden

Cheadle - SK8

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Windows | uPVC

Congleton - CW12

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Windows | uPVC | Single Window

Northwich - CW8

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quote for a pvc back door needed please are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require: supply and installation of full unit property type: semi detached do you...

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Windows | uPVC

Northwich - CW9

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please can you give us a quote for new windows and three doors are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require: supply and installation of full unit property typ...

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07 Jun

Windows | uPVC | Single Window

Sale - M33

Enquiry from: Michael G

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lowest possible cost (for a garage) french casement window 1200mm x 1200mm opening inward, wooden or upvc, oblique glass i am looking for quotes for 1 window upvc, wooden, aluminium are you the prope...

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How much do Window Installer services cost?

How much do Window Installers cost? Prices for Window Installers in 2022 can differ relying on the kind of task that you require to have performed in your house. It's the inquiry we get asked a whole lot "how much do Window Installers charge?". It's generally very good to have an idea of how much a Window Installer are going to likely charge for their services. Prices will probably rise and fall based upon the products and also the tradesman selected. The table reveals the sorts of service that Window Installers typically do and also the typical cost range of these jobs. Some tasks take longer to complete than others so prices do fluctuate by task.

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The average price
of a Window Installer in Cheshire is:

£1,945

Window Installer job Window Installer cost in 2022
Double glazing in Cheshire £1,500-£5,000
Upvc double glazing units only in Cheshire £800-£1,200
Velux windows in Cheshire £675-£1,035
Triple glazing in Cheshire £1,500-£5,000
Aluminium windows in Cheshire £1,875-£2,875
Wooden window in Cheshire £3,750-£5,750
Aluminium windows supply only in Cheshire £2,600-£3,900
Upvc or wood porch in Cheshire £2,625-£4,025
Sash window in Cheshire £1,800-£6,000
Glaziers in Cheshire £57-£87
Secondary glazing in Cheshire £1,500-£5,000
uPVC Single Window in Cheshire £225-£345
Wooden sash windows in Cheshire £3,750-£5,750
Wooden windows supply only in Cheshire £2,760-£4,140
Aluminium repair in Cheshire £240-£360
Window repair in Cheshire £268-£402
Wooden window repair in Cheshire £320-£480
Sun Tunnel in Cheshire £700-£1,000

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Window Installer FAQs

Do I need toughened glass in my windows?

Whether you need toughened glass in your windows depends on where the windows are in your home or business. Toughened glass is sometimes referred to as tempered or safety glass, and it just means it’s stronger than the standard glass that’s usually offered with double glazed windows. So how do you know if you need it?

Toughened glass is useful in areas of your home where you might come into contact with the windows if you were to trip and fall. If you put your hands out to steady yourself on standard glass the chances are it would break into large sharp pieces with jagged edges. Of course, this means that you could seriously cut yourself if this were to happen. With toughened glass, the structure of the glass is changed so that if it breaks it shatters into lots of tiny pieces, minimising the risk to you if you were to fall on it.

You might want to use toughened glass in patio doors, low windows or frames next to doors. It just means that you will be safer if the unlikely happens and you or a family member falls through the glass. There are certain requirements through Building Regulations with windows at a certain level, but any reputable window installer should be able to go through these with you if you need to replace your windows with toughened glass. The regulations will only apply to new windows – there's no need to switch your windows to toughened glass early, but when you do come to replace them you’ll need to make sure they meet the standard.

how long does double glazing last?

Just like every other thing in your house, your double glazed windows have an expected lifespan attached to it as it gradually becomes less functional and less efficient over time. Although there are actually top quality windows which are able to last a very long time, but the fact still remains that nothing can stand the test of time or last forever. Even the best quality double glazed windows will eventually need to be replaced at some point. So exactly how long do double glazing windows last before need a replacement?

To make it brief, most double glazing window units are typically expected to last an average of 20 years. This number of years can, however, vary within the range of 10 to 35 years based on the several factors such as the type, quality of materials as well as installation and where the windows are located.

The reason for the depreciation in double glazing windows is, over time, the windows may be subjected to some wear, tear as well as all kinds of minor damages which includes gas filled insulated glazing unit slowly and gradually leaking. According to the Centre for Sustainable Energy, the evaporation of 25 percent of gas will ultimately minimize the windows’ thermal performance. And when this occurs, fitting a secondary glazing measure or replacing the windows should be put into consideration.

Another factor leading to the gradual depreciation in double glazing windows over time has to do with condensation. When the window collects between the layers of glass due to the failure of the seal of the perimeter and the saturation of the desiccant, can only be solved by IGU replacement.

And finally, the ravages of time also has a way of taking its toll on double glazing windows. This can happen in so many ways such that the window becomes a lot less efficient and later needing to be replaced.

Should I use a Fensa registered installer?

Using a Fensa registered installer isn’t compulsory but it helps to protect you from cowboys and rogue traders. It will also make life a whole lot easier in regards to Building Regulations. Replacement windows must meet a certain energy efficiency rating and once fitted you need a certificate to show your installation complies. By using a Fensa registered company they’ll issue this certificate, otherwise you’ll need the council to look at the new windows.

how to fit a double glazed window?

Did you just purchase a double glazed window and confused about how to have it installed? Fitting the window yourself can be quite easy with the help of this step by step guide. However, if you lack proper training or experience, we’d recommend you reach out to a trustworthy professional who can guarantee the best results for help. That said, now let’s take a look at the process.

• Remove the old windows by detaching the old beading and glass window safely. Then make some interval cuts using a hand saw before using a crowbar to pry it out.

• Cut the external double glazed window seal. Once done, take a measurement of the window area’s width once empty. Then transfer the measurement to the window sil to face outside and cut using a handsaw.

• Seal the window sil. Add a bead of clear silicone along both inside lip as well as the centre to seal the sil.

• Screw the double glazed window to the sil. Position the window on the top of the lipped section that was siliconed. Then pre-drill them together and screw in three places. You should make sure the screws do not go totally to the sil’s bottom.

• Install the double glazed window. After successfully screwing the double glazed window to the sil, you can now fit in the double glazing. Make use of packers to make sure it’s even in the slot.

• Screw the uPVC window to the wall. If you’re happy and satisfied with the position of the window, you can then pre-drill through the frame of the window and the brick wall. Once done, simply screw it in place using masonry screws or Spax screw as they do not require crawl plugs in bricks.

• Seal around the window. To do this, simply fill any gaps with expanding foam, wipe out the excess and seal with silicone.

How much is window repair?

Accidents happen, and sometimes windows get broken. And that will lead to you wanting to replace just the glass in your window, rather than the whole frame. Also, as windows get older they can mist up on the inside, which means that the unit has ‘blown’ - so you’ll also need to replace the glass. But how much is it to replace the glass in a window? Luckily, if the frame of your window is in good condition, there’s no need to replace it, and this will reduce the cost. For an installer to fit a new pane of glass in a single glazed window, the average cost is £100, while a replacement double glazed sealed unit will cost an average of £110. Of course, as this is an average, if your window is very large you may spend more, and if your window is very small the price may be less. That's why it’s important to get a range of quotes so you can compare costs and get the best price. If you’re good at DIY, you may feel confident enough to have a go at replacing the glass in your window yourself. In that case, the cost of sealed unit and any other materials you need will cost an average of £57. It’s a significant saving, and if you think you can do it, then give it a try. However, if you’re in any way unsure, it’s best to leave it to the professionals. A window installer will be able to replace the glass in your window in less than an hour. Even though it costs more for a professional to do it, if you get it wrong and have to start over it will cost you more in the long run.

how much are new windows?

Are you about to replace your old windows and wondering just how much it’ll cost to have a new one fitted? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place! The question is a very straight forward one, however a direct answer can not be provided as determining window prices for a replacement project can be a very tricky challenge. With a plethora of influencing factors that can play a key role in the price of both materials and labour to be used, it could be extremely hard for a window installer to provide a cost estimate without paying you a visit beforehand.

The factors that can go a long way in determining the price of your new window includes the size of the window, frame material, style chosen, your location, rates charged by the window installer (these rates can be different from an installer to an installer, so it’ll probably be in your best interest to compare quotes to identify the most competitive price) as well as the type of glass required.

Generally, for a small flat featuring four windows, the average cost for new windows would be between the range of £2,100 to £2,300. This range provided covers the cost of double glazed uPVC casement windows as well as the installation price. In the same tone, a home with up to 8 windows will have an average cost for window replacement between the range of £4,400 to £4,600, wile also taking into account the installation price. Whereas a house comprising 10 windows could begin at an average cost of window replacement between the the range of £5,200 to £5,500, and a 15 window home will be between the range of £8,400 to £8,600. it should be noted that the aforementioned figures only include the standard number of windows with a uPVC frame and the installation cost.

How to fit a velux window into a slate roof?

Fitting a Velux window into a slate roof is very similar to the way you’d install it in other roof types. All roof windows, whether a Velux-branded one or not, will come with detailed instructions for you to follow if you want to have a go at fitting it yourself. But here are some brief instructions to give you an idea of what’s involved in installing a Velux window into a slate roof:

  1. After you’ve removed the Velux window from its packaging, remove the sash (the part that opens) from the frame, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. Next, you need to prepare the opening for the window. You can often cut through the felt, remove one of the battens from under a slate, then slide all the slate tiles into the roof space. You should then make the cut 40-60mm wider than the window, cutting away roof timbers then replacing them with more around the opening to strengthen it.
  3. The roof window’s bottom brackets need to be installed on one of the existing battens for the slate roof. One of the slate courses should line up 105mm below the top edge of the batten you use.
  4. Then, measure from the top edge of the batten upwards to the height of the window plus 45mm. This is where the top installation batten should be installed, with an overhang of 100mm on each side.
  5. Remove the course of slates below the window, trim any excess felt and fold it over the surrounding timber. This helps with waterproofing.
  6. Add the insulation collar according to the Velux window manufacturer’s instructions.
  7. Place the frame in the opening, adding the brackets according to the instructions. You’ll find that lots of roof windows have pre-drilled holes to make it easy for you.
  8. Replace the sash and line up the hinges. Take a look at the opening at the bottom between the sash and the frame – it should be even along the entire width. Remove the sash again to fix the upper brackets according to instructions.
  9. Add the underfelt collar for your roof window as instructed by the manufacturer, then replace any slates at the bottom. You might need to cut them to size.
  10. Next, add the flashing according to the instructions, along with any parts that are not yet attached, including the hood section and top flashing piece.
  11. Replace all the slates around the window, allowing 60-100mm of space between the course of slates above the window and the top of the window to allow for rainwater drainage. Then replace the sash into the frame again.
  12. Add the vapour barrier on the inside of the window using the screws provided, then tape it to the existing vapour barrier to prevent moisture from reaching your roof structure.

And that’s it! If you think that sounds a bit complicated, ask a roofer or window installer to fit your roof window into a slate roof for you. You’ll get a better finish and you can be sure that you won’t get any leaks from a botched installation.

What if my home isn’t suitable for double glazing?

Some properties are unable to have double glazing, especially those in conservation areas or listed buildings. To counter this problem and still benefit from a warmer home and cheaper bills, secondary glazing is an option. Secondary glazing is a second pane fitted inside your original window. Secondary glazing will still save you around £105 yearly.

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