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The cost of double glazing

The cost of double glazing

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When it comes to insulating your home and retaining heat to cut energy bills, double glazing is one of the most popular possibilities. If you have single glazed windows or old, inefficient double glazing, up to 25% of your heat loss will be through the windows. This is cranking up your bills and putting many homeowners in fuel poverty.

Double glazed windows are manufactured from two panes of glass, which are separated by an energy efficient gas spacer which ensures heat is retained in the home. Because the gas is motionless, heat and sound can’t pass through. This makes your home warmer and means you won’t have to turn up your central heating thermostat.

Double glazing is a superb way of making the home more energy efficient. Along with the roof and walls, plenty of heat is lost through the windows and it’s important to insulate in order to keep warm and minimise bills.

It’s not just the money saving potential of double glazing that makes units so popular either. Along with their energy efficient qualities, a replacement window unit will make your home more secure with the latest locking mechanisms fitted to frames.

The cost of double glazing

Double glazing is a popular way to insulate the home and retains heat with two panes of glass and an energy efficient gas spacer. See below for our price guide on replacement windows for your property:

  • Double glazing window cost for 530x780mm window pane – £275
  • Double glazing installation price for 980×1,340 window pane – £450
  • uPVC secondary glazing cost per frame – £120

The above prices are only provided as an estimate. Factors such as the frame material and gas type will come into play when deciding on the cost of your double glazing, so compare up to four window quotes with our easy service.

The benefits of double glazing

There are a number of benefits associated with double glazed windows. These would include:

  • Cheaper heating bills

Double glazing keeps heat in your property. The energy efficient spacer, usually Argon, stops heat from passing through the unit and exiting the home. As a result you don’t need to turn up the central heating to stay warm, reducing annual energy bills by as much as £300.

  • A warmer home

Replacing your old windows will eliminate draughts and cold spots that are found in properties, ensuring you stay warmer and don’t feel the chill, especially in winter. In the summer months double glazing can also keep you cooler, by keeping excess heat out of your home.

  • A secure home
  • double glazing

Double glazing is an excellent security measure that will help protect your home from potential intruders throughout the year. With systems such as the multipoint locking mechanism inbuilt into the glazing’s frame, you’re able to reduce the chances of a break-in.

  • Less condensation on windows

Often a sign of inefficient windows is the build-up of condensation on the panes. Condensation is caused when moisture in the air lands on a cold surface, but with double glazing the inner pane is warm in keeping with your home.

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