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Secondary Glazing

Secondary glazing comes in various forms, from do-it-yourself plastic-glazed frames that can be clipped to the interior of a window and many others. Secondary glazing Installing secondary glazing allows you to keep your home warmer, reduce draughts and other annoying noises, and maintain your existing windows without replacing them. We have been manufacturing secondary glazing …

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Bay Windows

What Kind of Window Is a Bay Window? An arrangement of three or more independent window units is what we refer to as a bay window. Adding a bay window to a wall makes a projection that can be stood in and provides a fantastic location to sit and unwind inside while giving the room …

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Triple Glazing

Triple glazed windows  are more energy efficient than double glazing because it has a third pane of glass. It keeps your house warmer, quieter, and safer. Read more.  Triple glazed windows  Triple-glazed windows with an A+ rating are the best way to keep your home warm and save energy. Your energy bills will go down …

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Tilt & Turn Windows

Tilt and Turn Window  Many people choose tilt-turn windows for their homes because they are useful and can be used in many situations. There are two ways to open a tilt-turn window: fully, like a casement window, or turned from the bottom so that the top of the window faces into the room. This makes …

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Sash Windows

Sash windows  When it comes to traditional building and design, sash windows are the type of windows that open vertically.There are two fixed window sashes in a sash window, one in front of the other. These windows are more accurately called sliding sash windows. Frames for these windows have vertical grooves that let the units …

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Flush Casement Windows

FLUSH CASEMENT WINDOWS  Traditional Aesthetics Without the Typical Pitfalls of Traditional Windows In contrast to stormproof windows, which overlap in the frame, flush casement windows are a classic and elegant window solution. These windows have clean lines and fit flush into the frame, making them an attractive alternative to stormproof windows. This contributes to the …

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Casement Windows

Why do you need a casement window? Learning about casement windows, how they work, and the best things about them for any home is easy. As a result of its many uses, the casement window is the oldest and most famous type of window in the UK.Unless it’s a top-hung window, a casement window hinges …

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Aluminium Windows

Our aluminum windows are built utilizing the best aluminum profile accessible, compromising thin sightlines and a contemporary look and feel. Our aluminum windows can likewise be uniquely hued utilizing a powder coat procedure Aluminum WindowsFitting current thermally-proficient aluminum windows is a tastefully engaging method for supplanting bombing wood or more established plan PVC units. With …

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uPVC Windows

ECO Home presents uPVC windows which are secure, easy to maintain, and have excellent energy ratings. Available in flush, casement, sash tilt, and turn styles, double-glazed uPVC windows are a popular all-rounder. Choose from A or A+ double-glazing, or upgrade to A++ triple-glazed flush windows to get the greatest energy savings and retain more heat …

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