You have already asked yourself if it’s worth replacing the windows in your home, but how much would these replacement windows cost?
There are several factors that could affect the price of replacing the double glazing in your South Wales home. These include:
- Number of windows
- Window size
- Window style and material
- Glazing option
- Whether or not scaffolding will be required
Getting quotes for replacement windows can be complicated and confusing. At the Monmouthshire Window Company, we make the process of finding the perfect window as simple and easy as possible with our online quote system.
Stress-free replacement uPVC windows
Our online quote system is easy to use and will provide you with a quote for replacement windows in no time. Firstly, choose your ideal type of window, between casement, French casement, Flush Sash, sliding sash and tilt and turn windows. You’ll then be asked the dimensions of your windows. Measure the window’s width and length in millimetres and enter the values into the online quote form. The fun part is next, picking the colour of your new windows.
There are a variety of colours to choose from, including a range of timber effect colours such as Walnut and Mahogany. You also have the option to pick a colour to match your home’s exterior and a different one to match its interior. Pick the colour of the window handles and you’ll then have a range of glazing options to choose from. Enter your details and you’ll receive your free, no-obligation quote for stunning new windows.
Double glazing company in Newport, Caldicot, Raglan and across Monmouthshire
For over 20 years, The Monmouthshire Window Company has built a reputation as leading double glaziers in South Wales and beyond. Our passionate team are committed to delivering outstanding customer service and high-quality products, including conservatories, windows, doors and replacement conservatory roofs. To see our varied range of products to suit any home, pop into our showrooms. For any more information, give us a call on 01291 430 353 or contact us online.
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