Welcome To Glazier Windows
A Double Glazing Window Company

We are a supplier and fitter of double glazed windows, doors and conservatories across major cities and towns across the UK.  Contact us today for a no obligation quote

Windows

Fitting uPVC Window

We help you chose a range of windows types, sizes, colours, styles that will look great within your home

Doors

uPVC doors

Choose from a range of doors including uPVC, French doors, Bi-folding doors and Patio doors that suits the look and feel of your home

Conservatories

uPVC Conservatories

Increase your usable living space and value of your home with a traditional conservatory with the best performance for investment

About Glazier Windows

We are a double glazing company that located in London. However, we provide our services in major cities throughout the United Kingdom. We offer doors, windows and conservatories that are all backed with a 10-year insurance guaranteed.

Not only that, but our company was founded on the principle of providing high-quality products to our customers. We also believe in providing professional installation services and nothing but the best after-sales service. Furthermore, we offer our products and services at an affordable price.

We understand the importance of double glazing windows. These types of windows can protect your home, reduce energy bills and keep your home warm, which is why we provide glazing services.

If you want to learn more about what we can do for you or would like to receive a quote, then give us a call or request a phone call back. 

Windows manufacturing

The Benefits Of Double Glazed Windows

Sure, double glazed windows can be expensive, but they are well worth the price. The good news is that in the long run, you'll end up saving money with the initial costs paying for themselves.

Double glazed windows are capable of retaining around 10% more heat inside homes, which means you won't be using the central heating as much. Not only that, but double glazed windows add a layer of security to your home that could help save money on your home insurance. 

There are so many other benefits, which includes:

  • Low maintenance
  • Security
  • Increase property value
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    Retaining heat
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    Energy efficient

Keep The Outside Noise Out With Double Glazing

In the long run, new windows will cost you more money if you do not use a quality product, which is why bespoke windows are designed for a tighter fit. Not only does this lead to keeping your home more secure and warmer, but it also means the windows will reduce unwanted noise, so if you live on a busy road or noisy area it will be so quiet inside your home.

How Much Do They Cost

On average, you can pay anywhere between £350 to £750 for double glazed windows between 60x90 uPVC windows or 90x120 uPVC windows.

Many other factors play a role, such as the size of the windows and the number of windows you need for your home.

If you have a semi-detached three bedroom home and you need 12 windows, then you can expect to pay around £4,000, but you will need to consider other factors such as the number and size of windows and more. You might also want to buy a new door for the front, which will cost you extra or other features you may want to include. 

The Different Types Of Double Glazed Windows

Casement windows

Casement windows hang via a single hinge or more. The windows either open from one side or the top of where they were installed.

If you want to provide your home with continued ventilation, then casement windows are probably the best option for you.

Sash windows

Sash windows feature small panels with some separated by a few small bars. Sash windows are commonly found in older properties and have a great look to them.

However, finding natural looking sash windows in uPVC style is difficult, at least if you want them in double glazed.

Tilt Turn windows

Tilt Turn windows are popular and have a modern look. They also have excellent performance, with dual turn windows that have a similar look, but with the look more like sash windows.

Regardless, tilt turn windows are an excellent option for those who want windows that open inwardly and who want to keep their windows fully opened or slightly opened.

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