Double Glazed Units
Improve Insulation and Reduce Your Energy Bills
Also known as Insulated Glass Units (IGU), double glazed windows are installed to reduce thermal conductivity between the inside and outside of a building. This in turn helps to reduce the amount of energy required to heat a building. If you’re looking to improve your property efficiencies, get in touch today.
Benefits of Double Glazing
With correct insulation, the rooms in your property will have improved temperature control, keeping cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold.
Reduce your energy bills
Say goodbye to leaving your heating or air conditioning on all day and extortionate energy bills, with double glazing your property can maintain its optimum temperature.
Reduce external noise levels
Double glazing reduces the amount of vibrations that can pass through, minimising the number of disruptions from the outside world in your home.
Deter unwanted company
Due to the beading that holds the glass in place, double glazed panels are notoriously difficult to remove compared to single glazing.
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Still looking for answers? Our FAQs have been collected from our customers over the years, so hopefully they will help clarify things for you. If you still need additional help, please get in touch with our friendly team.
- What are double glazed units?
Double glazed units often consist of two or three panes of glass that are fitted separately into a window or door frame. The space in between is then filled with gas or air to reduce thermal conductivity.
- How long does a double glazed unit last?
Typically, a well-made double glazed unit lasts around 20 years before you would need to consider repair work or a replacement.
- How do I know if I need to repair or replace my double glazed windows?
There are two clear identifiers for when your double glazing needs to be replaced, these are when condensation forms between the glass panes and when water or a draft is squeezing its way through the windows. Our team are all trained to advise you on whether this needs to be a full replacement or if a repair can fix the issue.
- What is the average cost for a double glazed unit?
The cost for double glazing in Norwich depends on multiple factors. Including, but not exclusive to, the size of panels you need, if you’re opting for float glass or toughened glass, whether you’re having both windows and doors fitted, how many units you need installed etc. If you get in touch today, our friendly team will be more than happy to come back to you with a free, no obligation quote.
These guys visited promptly, gave me a fair quote and installed professionally. The engineers were very tidy and took some time to advise me in how best to maintain, their advice has helped me to understand. Will use again.Paul Jackson