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Glazing within the home is very important for three reasons. Sound proofing, aesthetics and thermal insulation are all reason for upgrading your windows and glazed doors. Old single glazed windows not only provide minimal protection from noise outside, but are also poor at maintaining internal heat and stopping cold draughts.

Upgrading your glazing may not being the most effective in terms of payback and savings, but it will boost comfort within the home as well as increase the property’s value. Secondary, double and triple glazed units are all designed to decrease the thermal transfer from inside your property to outside.


New windows and glazed areas throughout the home can boost the appearance of a property, increase the thermal resistance and improve acoustics. Whether you are upgrading your single glazed units to triple glazed, or simply adding a secondary pane onto the internal window frame it all makes a difference.

The problem with installing new windows is the variation in materials that people often find confusing. Should you go wooden double glazing, or cut costs and go for UPVC? Aluminium double glazing or secondary?

Over the past number of years we have been helping homeowners make the right decision based on cost, style and thermal efficiency. We can help you understand some of the more complex areas, which will allow you to make the best decision possible.

All of our installer network are PAS2030 certified and Fensa accredited, so the glazed units can be installed under the Green Deal / GDHIF schemes. If you would like a quote for new windows, whether it’s double, triple or secondary, please fill in the form on the right hand side of the page or give us a call on 0208 144 0897.

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How do we install new glazing


Fill in the form above or call us on 0208 144 0897.


We will then get in touch to learn more about your current glazing and what upgrades you’re interested in.


If you are interested in getting a formal quote for the installation we will then send out one of partner installers.


The new glazing will be installed at your own convenience.

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