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Triple glazing

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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Average Triple glazing cost

The average cost of double glazing is around £400-600 per window, so you’re looking at around £2,000 to install 4 double glazed windows in a flat, and up to and exceeding £5,000 for replacing all the windows in a standard-sized home.

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Triple glazing installation cost in 2021

Labour cost £1,400
Material cost £500
Waste removal £100
Time frame: 1-2 days

Advantages for Triple glazing

  • Low cost vs other materials such as wood and aluminium
  • Available in a wide range of designs and styles
  • A good insulator that is highly energy efficient
  • High security to make your home more secure

Disadvantages for Triple glazing

  • Does not use natural materials so not as environmentally friendly
  • Can discolour if not cleaned very regularly
  • Adds less value to your home than wooden windows

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Triple glazing FAQs

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 does double glazed windows cost

Are you looking to replace your old window for a new double glazed window and wondering what it’s going to be the cost? Well, the double glazed windows market is a very competitive one in the UK with varying prices across the country. Therefore, if you shop around you’re most likely to find something that’ll fit your budget both products and quality wise.

As you would have expected, the more windows you required the more money you are going to spend. However, the cost per window is likely going to be lower depending on the number of windows you purchase. Several double glazed windows come with a 10 year warranty but it’s advisable to also obtain a solid workmanship warranty which provides coverage for any potential problems for a good period of time upon installation.

To determine the cost of double glazed windows, there are so many things to put into consideration that just the primary dimensions of the window itself. Other factors that works to decrease or increase the cost of the project includes the frames’ quality as well as the material used. For example hardwood can be quite high priced when compared to uPVC.

The number of opening windows within the frame can also play a huge role in the cost of the windows as well as the type of the glass. The cost of a double glazing window usually ranges between £100 to £3,200 per window, depending on the available options.

To have a more accurate estimate of the cost of a double glazing window, you’ll need a obtain a survey from a double glazing installer who can take into account any possible complications that may arise when installing your windows while also giving an advise on the most suitable window style for your property.

How can I find out how energy efficient my new windows will be?

All new windows come with an energy efficiency rating from A to G. A is best, while G is the lowest rating. Anything above C is considered good, but these days most companies will be able to supply you with A-rated windows to maximise your energy efficiency.

Are A-rated windows worthwhile?

On the grand scale of things there isn’t a huge difference between B-rated windows and A-rated windows. Consumer watchdog Which? have calculated an extra 6.5% would be saved on energy bills with A rather than B rated panes. Be aware that A rated windows are slightly more expensive, however.

How much money will I save with double glazing?

By replacing the single glazed windows in your home you stand to make savings of around £170 each year. It’s not just the financial gain that makes double glazing attractive though and you can also save up to 680kg of carbon emissions annually. Over 20 years this is a saving of around £3,400 and 13,600kg of CO2.

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.

What happens to my old windows?

After fitting your new windows, your installer should take away and dispose of your old windows. If you want to keep them, just let your installer know before they start work. The UPVC frames are melted down and used on the unseen parts of new windows. Aluminium frames are re-smelted and wooden are broken down and used as chipboard.

Do I need to stay at home while my windows are being replaced?

Most installers will not need you to be at home while they are fitting your windows. It is a good idea to be present though, just in case they have any questions for you and perhaps for your own peace of mind. If you cannot be there, you will need to arrange access to the property and/or agree securing the property at the end of the day.

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