Keep The House Warm

Double Glazing

Save money with Double Glazing

double glazing

Installing new double glazing is a good way of creating a more comfortable home and reducing energy loss.

New windows are not as exspenive as you think an avarage house  with One front and One back door and Seven windows can be fully fitted for under £5000.

This is with `K` energy saving glass and a choice of style for the doors..

Double Glazing

The advantages of double glazing to the appearance of your home and improving security are widely known. However people can overlook the benefits to reducing your energy bills. Up to 60% of the heat in your home can escape via single pane windows. The Energy Saving Trust have estimated that by replacing all single glazed windows on a 3 bedroom semi-detached house to C rated double glazing savings of up to £165 per year on heating bills will be made.


  • Reduced Energy Bills
  • Reduce your carbon footprint
  • Quieter, more comfortable living space
  • Eliminate cold spots
  • Increase the security of your property
  • Become more energy efficient
  • Added value to your property
  • Help towards a higher Home Energy Rating
  • Change the look and feel of your home

How does it work?

Double glazing consists of 2 pieces of glass separated by a 20mm air space, to create an insulating barrier. They vary in energy efficiency and most manufactures helpfully place a window rating energy scheme sticker on their product so you can see at a glance their qualities. The BRFC scheme is the UK's national system for classifying the energy efficiency of double glazing options. These unique labels display information regarding the rating level - between A and E, the solar heat gain and the overall energy rating. For example, 3kWh/m2K indicates that the window will lose three kilowatt hours per square meter annually. A-rated windows are the most efficient.


There are many variations of frame materials available to choose from. You may be interested in the popular, recyclable uPVC but did you know that double glazing frames are readily available in a wide variety of colours. Composite low maintenance variations combine an inner timber frame with a plastic or aluminum cover which keeps the frame weatherproof. uPVC versions but they do have a lower impact on the environment.