For those looking for the ultimate in energy efficiency, triple glazing is your answer. There are two main reasons to replace windows; to increase efficiency and improve aesthetic appeal. Triple glazing can solve both issues in one swoop.
Triple glazing can be combined with any frame material, including the popular options of uPVC, aluminium and wood.
However, if it’s energy efficiency at a cheaper price you’re looking for, consider uPVC as your frame material. Not only is it the cheapest product on the market whilst offering the best in energy efficiency, but it’s possible to have the material coloured to resemble the aesthetic appeal of wood.
Triple glazing benefits
With triple glazing there are a number of benefits homeowners can take advantage of to justify the installation. These would include:
Reduced energy bills
This is the most important feature of triple glazed windows – they’ll reduce home energy bills. With triple glazing units installed, heat is retained in the property because of three panes, each separated by an energy efficient spacer. As your home is warmer, they’ll be no reason to up the thermostat, reducing bills in the process.
Reduction in condensation
Condensation can have a damaging effect to both curtains and window frames, something triple glazing helps to eliminate. Condensation forms when warm air on the inside meets a cold surface, allowing the moisture to settle. With triple glazing the inner pane will remain warm, leaving the moisture nowhere to land.
Help the environment
In line with energy bill reductions, triple glazing will also help the environment by cutting carbon dioxide emissions. As your home is warmer you’ll need to produce less heat, which will cut the amount of carbon created. The less carbon in the atmosphere, the reduced effect global warming will have.
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Triple glazing is one of the most effective ways to keep your home energy efficient and reduce heating bills.
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Reviews of triple glazing companies
By Mr Ryan M.
Britelite Windows Ltd
Really professional and thoughtful
By - David R.
Weatherguard Windows Ltd
When i filled in the application. It was from an email telling me to get a green home grant. None of the pros you sent were installers for green home grant run by government. Total waste of time. Remove me from your files please.
By Mr Dave D.
BELL WINDOWS (NI) LTD
An excellent honest local company you can Trust Never mind flash harry suited scoundrels from larger companies This company use exactly the same materials and profiles as the big expensive companies So don't give the big companies your cash to pay their sales teams etc Stick with this honest trades company for best value and individual attention to detail and superior finish
By Mr Brian M.
Seahawk Improvements Ltd
Answered all questions. Very informative with no hard sell, gimmicks or confusing offers etc. Very competitive price but finally appointed local builder with good reputation to do the job as he will do it 2 - 4 weeks sooner.
By Ms Adina B.
Weatherguard Windows Ltd
Triple glazing activity in January 2021
Triple glazing Projects in the UK in January 2021
|December 2020||November / December|
|Yorkshire & Humber||360||20%|
|East Of England||300||3%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Latest successful triple glazing projects in January
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By - Augustine F.
Quotatis provided me with a company that will hopefully double glacé my property very soon by professional people .
By Mrs Liz B.
Put every one together
By Mrs Caroline I.
I had phone calls from three companies within minutes of speaking to Quotatis .
By - Amy H.
It was very clear
Energy Performance of Houses
The below data displays the energy performance of properties in Uk. Energy ratings range from A to G, with A being the most energy efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily when attempting to sell your home, as prospective buyers will see what amount they're likely to be paying for their home heating bills. Property improvements including insulation help you to significantly boost a home's EPC rating.