Double Glazed Windows from Birmingham Based Company Glazier Windows
We supply double glazed windows and we can fit them too. We also supply and fit conservatories and doors to customers across Birmingham and the West Midlands. Contact us and we'll provide you with a no-obligation quote.
We carry a large range of windows in many styles, sizes, colours and finishes.
We also have a great selection of doors. This includes patio doors, french doors and bi-folding doors.
Do you want to have more usable space?
Maybe increase your home's value? If so, get a conservatory quote today.
London is home to our headquarters. However, we provide our services to major cities located within the United Kingdom. All of our products are backed with a 10-year guaranteed. This goes for our conservatories, doors and windows.
Furthermore, we believe in providing nothing but the best products to each and every one of our customers in Birmingham. We believe in providing excellent service during and after the sale. Besides that, we have priced our services and products in a competitive manner. We are confident you will love our prices.
We know that double glazing your Birmingham home is important. They benefit you because they protect your home. They also retain heat, reduce energy bills and they look good. This is why we truly believe every one should have these windows.
Do you want to find out how much double glazed windows will cost you?
Maybe you want a quote for one of our other products? If so, then call us right away.
The Benefits of Double Glazing
Double glazed windows do cost a lot of money, but rest assure they are worth it. Plus, you could save a significant amount of money in the long term. Eventually double glazed windows pay for themselves.
People don't know this, but these windows typically retain 10% or around 10% more heat than regular windows. If you install double glazed windows, you won't need to rely on your heating system as much as you normally would. Additionally, the windows provide you with a bit of security.
Besides those benefits, the windows are low in maintenance and may improve your property value. They retain a lot of heat and provide more security than you think. The windows are even energy efficient.
Additional benefits can include:
Keeping Noise at Bay
If you don't install good windows, then you'll end up spending more money in the long run because you'll only replace them at some point. Plus, low quality windows aren't durable and don't do a good job at keeping outside noise where it belongs. If you want to reduce noise coming from outside, then the choice is clear. You want to install quality double glazed windows.
Double Glazing Prices
You can expect to pay around £500 for these windows. Different factors come into play, so you could pay more. Generally speaking, the size and the number of windows needed will be the two major factors in how much you'll pay.
Let's say you own a three-bedroom home that's semi-detached and you need a dozen windows, then £4,500 is what you'll likely pay. If you want to throw in a door or two with the purchase, then you'll have to pay more. The more features and products you want when you order your windows, the more you can expect to pay for them.
Styles of Glazed Windows
Windows in this design have a hinge, maybe more than one hinge. From the point of installation, you can open them from the top or the side.
Casement windows are good for those who want ventilation on a continuous basis.
Windows that are sash designed have small bars that separate the small panels. Older property owners prefer these windows because they have an appealing design.
However, if you want to buy uPVC-style sash windows, then you might have a hard time. This is the case if you want sash in double glazed.
Tilt Turn windows
Are you after windows with a updated look and ones that perform very well?
How about ones that look like dual turn windows but mixed with a look of sash windows? If so, tilt windows are for you.
Tilt windows are affordable too.They are very easy to maintain and easy to open. These are the windows for you if you plan on leaving them slightly open for long periods of time. However, they can fully open too.