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Dumfries & Galloway’s Leading Damp Proofing & Wood Rot Specialist We offer up to 30 years Guarantee We also carry out...
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KF ROOFERS

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SYNERGY HOME IMPROVEMENTS

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Suppliers & Installers of uPVC windows & doors. Approved installers of the conservatory Equinox warm roof. Kitchen makeove...
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Anglian Home Improvements

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At Anglian, we have over 50 years of experience in the home improvements industry. We manufacture all our tailored solutio...

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10 Aug

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

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19 Dec

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

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11 Nov

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

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customer in the newton stewart area made an enquiry a couple of projects including upvc double glazing.call anytime and arrange an appointment to discuss. below is some details about this project: are...

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04 Oct

Windows | Velux

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Michelle S

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two small velux windows for a bathroom on old mid terrace house . roof height comparable to a bungalow

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29 Sep

Windows | Velux

Newton Stewart - DG8

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two velux skylights approx 50cm x90cm. we are dividing a bedroom to make an upstairs bathroom are you the property owner: owner property type: terrace type of glass: standard window movement: opens w...

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21 Jul

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Luke L

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customer in newton stewart area has requested that we arrange quotes for their upvc double glazing project.mr are considering various options and would like to discuss with a window installer directly...

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14 Apr

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

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best time: any work type: upvc windows and doors are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require: supply and installation of full unit how many windows do you ne...

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02 Mar

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

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20 Feb

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

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07 Feb

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

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customer is looking to have new windows installed. they are unsure of options so would like to discuss. confirmed interest via customer lives in stranraer area 2+ windows supply and install please ca...

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13 Jan

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Robert R

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customer made an online enquiry for quotes for double glazing replacement via one of our websites. customer lives in newton stewart area and is considering a range of options for their home. 2+ windo...

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12 Nov

Windows | uPVC | Single Window

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Stanley B

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are you the home owner of that property? yes how many windows are you considering replacing? 1 what material do you require, upvc? upvc what colour do you want them to be? white i assume you require t...

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09 Nov

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

Enquiry from: Pauline M

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customer is looking to replace their windows. they are still considering options so please call to discuss what would be best for their home. homeowner lives in stranraer area 2+ windows supply and i...

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14 Oct

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Melanie J

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Are you the home owner of that property? Yes How many windows are you considering replacing? 5 What material do you require, UPVC? UPVC What colour do you want them to be? Unsure Do you require doo...

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14 Oct

Windows | Aluminium

Newton Stewart - DG8

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are you the home owner of that property? yes how many windows are you considering replacing? 5 windrows what material do you require, wood ? wood what colour do you want them to be? undecided do you r...

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11 Oct

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

Enquiry from: Jeanette H

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customer living in stranraer area made an enquiry for double glazing quotes via one of our websites. customer confirmed interest via homeowner needs advice on options 2+ windows supply and install pl...

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03 Oct

Windows | uPVC

Stranraer - DG9

Enquiry from: James M

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Call any-time Number of windows: 7 Number of doors: 2 Quote requested on windows and doors, in PVCu, to be supplied and fitted.

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30 Sep

Windows | uPVC | Repair

Stranraer - DG9

Enquiry from: Allan L

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new door lock fitted to frount u pvc door

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21 Sep

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Nigel G

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Are you the home owner of that property? homeowner How many windows are you considering replacing? 2 windows What material do you require, UPVC? upvc What colour do you want them to be? grey Do you re...

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17 Sep

Windows | uPVC

Newton Stewart - DG8

Enquiry from: Barry T

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Are you the home owner of that property? Yes How many windows are you considering replacing? 3 What material do you require, UPVC? UPVC What colour do you want them to be? Unsure Do you require doo...

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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 Wigtownshire is:

£1,945

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

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Window Installer FAQs

Can the glass in a double glazed window be replaced?
Yes, the glass in a double glazed window can be replaced. The glass in a window, or sealed unit to use its proper name, is not permanently attached to your window frames so if it gets damaged but your frames are still intact, there’s no need to replace the whole window. The glass in your double glazed window might need to be replaced due to:
  • Impact from a stone or other object smashing the glass in a ‘bullseye’ effect
  • The result of a break-in
  • Extreme weather or changes in pressure causing a crack
  • The sealed unit being ‘blown’, meaning that it’s no longer energy efficient due to air leaking out
A lot of window installers will replace the glass in your double glazing for you, but you might need to get quotes from specialist glaziers too. Glaziers deal purely with the glass in windows rather than installing entire frames. It won’t take a professional very long to replace the glass in your window. They will remove the beading from around the window with a pallet knife or chisel, leaving the top one until last to keep the sealed unit stable. Then, they simply lift out the glass carefully and will discuss with you whether the removal of the old sealed unit is included in their quote. Next, they will brush away any dust and debris that’s made its way into the frame and place spacers at the bottom. They will then lift the new glass into the frame, making sure it’s completely square. When they’re happy, they’ll remove the spacers and replace the beading back in reverse order. You’ll notice the replacement glass in your new window straight away as draughts should be eliminated and you’ll be able to see clearly again!
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.

How to replace the glass in a uPVC window?
It’s not too difficult to replace the glass in a uPVC window, so if you’re a confident DIYer you could have a go at this yourself. We’ll go through the main steps on how to replace the sealed unit in a uPVC double glazed window:
  1. Using a rubber mallet and a strong pallet knife, remove the beading around the window. You might think they’re part of the frame, but they’re actually separate on the inside of the frame and can be taken out by using pallet knife to prize them out. Start with one of the longest beads first and leave the top bead until last.
  2. Give the glass a little tap to loosen it if it doesn’t come out straight away, then the whole unit should slide out easily. Just make sure it falls towards you and not back out onto the ground below!
  3. Clear any debris that has found its way into the frame with a brush. Add spacers at the bottom of the frame – these could be pieces of plastic.
  4. Get your new sealed unit (make sure you measure the glass before you buy one so you know which size to get) and carefully take it out of the packaging. Look for the British Standard mark – that shows you the bottom of the glass.
  5. Lift the glass into the frame, starting with the bottom first, and make sure that it fits square in the frame before taking the spacers out.
  6. Use a little washing up liquid to spread along the beads to make it easier when you slide them back into the frame. If they simply push and clip back in, you can use something like a block of wood to help you push them in correctly. Put them back in reverse order to how you took them out.
And there you go! If you’re feeling confident you can have a go at replacing the glass in your uPVC window yourself. But if you’ve got any worries, leave it to a window installer who will be able to do it in less than an hour.
Can you replace just one double glazed window?

Yes, of course! It’s common for people to replace just one double glazed window. One reason that people want to replace one window is that the sealed unit inside has failed. You’ll know if this has happened because you’ll be able to see condensation on the inside of glass, which gets frustrating because you can’t wipe it away. In this case, you can choose to simply replace the sealed unit or the entire frame, which you might want to do if it’s looking past its best.

When you’re replacing just one double glazed window, if you know the brand of your current windows you could ask your installer if they can source the same ones. This will help to keep them looking as similar as possible, although if your existing windows are very old you may notice some discolouration on the exterior compared to the new one, and locks and trickle vents might look different.

Replacing just one double glazed window shouldn’t take a qualified window fitter long, and could cost as little as £400. If you want to simply replace the sealed unit, that may only cost around £250. You could try to fit a new window yourself, but it’s worth bearing in mind that all replacement windows need to be certified that they’ve been installed to meet building regulations, so you’ll need to apply to your local building control officer who will come and inspect the work then issue a certificate. If you ask an installer who is registered with a self-certification scheme (like FENSA) to fit the window for you, they can issue the certificate themselves when they’ve finished the work.

What happens if I have problems with my new windows?

Ultimately the double glazing company you use is responsible for the quality of work and to ensure your windows are of an excellent standard. This is why it’s important to get a warranty and use a Fensa registered installer. If problems emerge within a couple of years then it’s likely the installation was of a poor standard.Contact the double glazing company and have the issue repaired or new windows replaced. This doesn’t matter if you received a discount of free windows as part of the deal. As long as you entered into a contract the company is obliged to restore the windows.

How much could I save on my energy bills if I install double glazing?

As well as keeping your home warmer and reducing noise, you’ll notice a saving on your energy bills from installing double glazing. If you install A++ rated windows in your home after having single glazing, you could save up to £120 year on your energy bills. The Energy Saving Trust has more information.

how much does a porch cost?

Are you interested in constructing a porch to your property? Estimating the cost of the project before proceeding will solve a lot of possible headaches in the future.

A porch is great place where you can keep your shoes, jackets, dog leads as well as other items to create free space within the property. Apart from this, a porch also serves numerous other purposes to make it a very good structure to have on your property. Not only is it a good means to put a roof over your head when it’s pouring with rain, but also a highly economical way to add floor space to your home. The question, however, how much would it cost to build a porch?

The price of building a porch is based on a wide variety of factors such as the type of materials required, the size of the porch, location of the structure and lots more. As a result, you should note that this guide provide figures that are only a rough guide that’ll put you on the right direction to make informed decisions.

Depending on the type of porch you choose to build, the average cost range from £1,900 to £2,100 for a uPVC porch and up to £10,000 for a lean to porch. There are other types of porch including the traditional porches ( Edwardian and Victorian porches) costing within a range of £2,500 to £8,400.

The materials required also has a great influence in determining the price of a porch. An aluminium porch will cost between £7,5000 to £8,200, while a brick porch will cost slightly less between the range of £2,000 to £8,000. They can both be constructed either as a front porch or as a rear porch, but due to fewer restrictions on aluminium porch, it can be made a lot larger.

how to repair or replace a double glazed unit?

Are you about to purchase a double glazed unit and wondering how to go about the replacement project? If yes, then you’re at the right place. Firstly, it’s advisable to hire the services of a reliable professional who can guarantee the best results for help especially if you lack proper training and experience in the field. However, we’ve put together this step by step guide to provide you with a detailed information about the double glazed unit replacement process. Let’s get started!

The tools and materials you require for the project includes tape measure, hammers, nail punch, scraper, spacing blocks, non-hardening butyl putty, high-security glazing tape rolls and beading tacks.

• Work out the glass size required. Simply use the tape measure to measure from frame edge to frame edge while also taking note of the thickness.

• When about to order, inform the glass merchant that the measurement provided are frame-tight. This will make him reduce the dimension a little bit, mostly by 5mm for clearance.

• Remove the beading and ensure to support the glass while doing so. If the glass units are fitted in wooden windows, you may need to cut the putty-based compound they’re normally sealed with to remove the glass.

• Lay out the beading in the window’s shape to make for easier refitting later on.

• If you’re working on wooden frames, wipe out all traces of excess installation compound using a scraper and clean the rebate with a soft brush.

• Trial fit the double glazed windows to ensure they’d slide into the frame without being forced.

• Plastic frame windows are usually in between a pair of gaskets, you should replace this with a hight security glazing tape. While for a wooden frame, simply apply strips of flexible non-setting butyl putty or high-security glazing tape on either sides of the glass.

• Install and centralize the glass in the frame.

• Press the nail wooden beading or plastic beading back into place.

Window Installer help and advice

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