General Questions

Roughly on a three bedroom house you could save around £165.00 a year on your heating bills. Double glazing should last up to 20 years so that’s around £3,300.00 in savings over 20 years.

Energy efficiency and reduced heating bills, heat retention, noise reduction, increased security, reduced condensation.

The frame you choose will depend on your home and personal taste.

Window energy ratings were introduced by the Government in 2005 as a means for window companies to demonstrate compliance with Building Regulations Part L, concerning energy efficiency of their windows.

Yes there could be restrictions if you live in a conservation area or a listed building. You will need to contact your local planning officer to see if you can get permission to change the windows.

Not necessarily! Condensation is a very common occurrence in lots of houses, it can be unpleasant because it can stain the windows and can leave pools of water on window cills. When water vapour from the air comes into contact with cold surfaces, the vapour condenses on the cooler surface of the glass which forms a foggy effect. However, by replacing your old windows with new, this can help as the sealed unit will be a warm surface which can only help. While this condensation can be annoying, it can also be an indicator of excessive humidity inside a room which should be reduced. A suggestion could be to tackle high humidity by simply adding extra ventilation such as extractor fans in kitchens or bathrooms.

Yes we do, along with a 10 Year Insurance Backed Guarantee.

No, we offer a free, no obligation quotation service. You can also book a free appointment by calling us where we can send an experienced sales representative out to help fulfil all your needs.

Yes, we use professional, qualified teams who carry out Building Regulation compliant work.

We accept credit cards, debit cards, cash or cheque. The are no additional charges for debit cards but credit cards incur a 2% surcharge.

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