Learn more about Secondary Glazing
If your home is crying out for a little bit of extra peace and warmth, adding secondary glazing will provide you with instant noise reduction. And because it is considered to be a reversible change by conservation bodies like English Heritage, secondary double glazing continues to be popular in listed and heritage buildings.
Installing secondary glazing could help to reduce your heating bills by around 10 per cent - a sizeable saving when you consider that energy prices are continually on the increase. Tests also show that secondary glazing could cut up to 80 per cent of street noise from traffic, pedestrians and other unwanted sounds.
Slim and discreet, secondary glazing windows will enhance any type of period property by allowing it to retain the original charm and character. That is why homeowners in conservation areas, where there may be strict controls on the changes that are allowed to the exterior of a property, often use this method instead of opting for new windows.
When you factor in that the original windows of an older property may have existed for hundreds of years, and could probably last for many more with some simple maintenance, why would you want the expense of replacing them?
Discover what secondary double glazing could do for your home, fill in our call-back form and arrange for one of our experts to visit and carry out a complimentary design survey. To discover our secondary glazing prices now, call 0800 181888 and ask for a free no-obligation quote!