Double Glazing Witney

Witney doors and conservatories

We are a local Oxford double glazing suppliers offering quality UPVC windows and home uPVC doors.  Our company places a premium on quality and offers double glazing Witney. Our first concern is customer happiness, and we take pride in offering a quality service at an accessible price. We recognize the value of your house and will always strive to leave you with a smile on your face. Please contact us if you have any queries or would like to view our gallery where you can find the right image for your home. Get in touch with us if you live in Oxfordshire, Witney, Eynsham, Carterton, North leigh, Long Hanborough, Freeland, Botley, Woodstock, Abingdon, Ducklington, Finstock, Stonesfield, Coombe, Burford, Aston, Bampton, or Standlake.

We offer and install uPVC windows and doors in a wide range of properties. We can replace the glass if you don’t need new window or door frames. We can also replace your single-paned windows with double-paned windows. 

Most modern houses with secondary glazing use uPVC, which is sometimes known as PVC or PVCU. This material is incredibly low maintenance and long-lasting, which makes it ideal for windows and doors. It is resistant to moisture, mold, corrosion, and pollution, so you won’t have to worry about time-consuming and ongoing maintenance after it’s installed. uPVC may keep its shape and colour for up to ten years! Sliding sash windows, upvc patio doors, French doors upvc, upvc bi-fold doors or upvc casement windows can all be catered for.

What does it cost to double glaze a window?

In the UK, the average cost of double glazing your home is between £3000 and £7000, however this will be greater if you choose non-standard types. Prices will vary depending on the size of the windows and the amount required. Overall, studies have shown that double glazing houses can increase the value of your home by ten percent. It appeals to the modern family, therefore it may add a lot more value to most homes than the expense of installing these windows. You should also save money on your heating bills as double glazed windows will prevent heat loss.

We provide a wide range of services. Please contact us for a no-cost, no-obligation quote.

How much does it cost to replace windows with double glazing?

Glazing costs can range from £150 to £600, or even more in some situations; this is, of course, per window, which is why quotations of £2,000 and above are not uncommon. There are numerous elements that influence the overall cost of glazing.

Can I get free double glazed windows?

If you’re over 60, on benefits, or otherwise in desperate need of help, you might be eligible for free glazing. Otherwise, you are most likely ineligible. The Green Deal was the only double glazed subsidy available to ordinary householders, and it is no longer available. It’s best to contact your local council rather than us to confirm if you qualify for free glazed windows/doors.

Is Witney double glazing worth the money?

Yes, it is without a doubt. While it may cost a few pounds more, it comes with a slew of advantages that make it well worth the extra money. The fact that there are two panes of glass rather than one accounts for the increased expense of glazing. Glazing is a cost-effective way to make your property as warm and energy-efficient as possible. This could help you save money on your costs while also making your home more comfortable.

Because glazing is not as cold as single pane windows, it will reduce condensation on the interior of your windows. This permits the gap between the glazing panes to act as a thermal barrier between your home and the elements. We offer superb customer service, aiming to provide you with the highest quality of windows and doors for your property. Please get in touch with us so that we can provide the right service for you.

Can you double glaze doors and conservatories in your home?

Conservatories can be the heart of a home. Glazing is now required to maintain a conservatory comfortable all year, and low emissivity (Low-E) windows or doors can further reduce heat loss. If the conservatory is facing south or west, new solar control for the roof and side panels is recommended. Windows and doors with double glazed thickness are usually referred to as “hush doors/windows” and with good reason: they may suppress noise by up to 90%! The UPVC frames, which absorb acoustic vibrations via the window unit, contribute to their noise reduction qualities. We service both windows and doors on conservatories to prevent heat loss and control noise pollution.

What is UPVC?

Simply told, there is no difference between UPVC and PVCu because they both refer to the same substance, which is Un-plasticised Poly Vinyl Chloride. UPVC is also known as PVCu and is used by installers to promote windows, doors, and other home renovation items. Polyvinyl chloride is the third most extensively used synthetic plastic polymer in the planet. Each year, around 40 million tons of PVC are produced. There are two types of PVC: rigid and flexible. PVC in its rigid form is employed in pipe construction as well as profile applications like doors and windows. We offer upvc French doors, bi-fold doors upvc and windows.