Energy Efficient Double Glazed Windows

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When you install new double glazed windows in your home, you’ll enjoy significant energy savings. This is because they are a good insulator that helps to maintain heat inside your home during the winter. They also help to keep the home cool during the summer. You will save on energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint by lowering your home’s energy usage. You can even get triple glazing if you want to boost your energy efficiency.

The benefits of having a high performing, uPVC double glazed window fitted throughout your house are numerous. They include:

Enhanced home safety and security – The airtight seal stops moisture manifesting on the window panes, which makes it more difficult for burglars to break in.

Reduced noise pollution – The gap between the two glass panes acts as an acoustic barrier, reducing outdoor noises that may disturb you and your family.

Improved acoustic insulation – The larger the gap between the glass panes, the greater the acoustic insulating properties of your double glazed window. You can further increase the acoustic qualities of your double glazed windows by fitting trickle vents to allow for ventilation without letting in any unwanted sounds.

Better condensation control – The air gap between the glass panes is filled with low-emission gas that minimises thermal transfer between varying temperature zones. This slows down the transfer of heat, which in turn minimises heat loss.

Achieve higher a BREEAM rating – Double glazed windows are an ideal choice for achieving a high a BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) rating on your property. A BREEAM rating indicates how sustainable and environmentally efficient your building is.

The design of Ysgol Bae Baglan is an innovative solution to the challenge of bringing together four existing schools on a densely-populated site in Neath Port Talbot and creating one leading school that can cater for more than 1,500 pupils aged 3 to 16. The building’s form and materials reflect its surrounding landscape. The curving walls refract sunlight to soften the building’s appearance, while the colour of the glazed curtain walling reflects the meadow wild flowers that grow in the local area.

Whether you’re looking to fit double glazing or replace your existing windows and doors, we offer a wide range of styles and finishes to suit your home. Our experienced team can advise you on what option would be best for your needs and provide a cost-effective quote. We also carry out repairs and maintenance work on uPVC double glazing. We’re a local, family run business and offer first class customer service and after sales care. double glazing neath

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