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A rated double glazed windows in Newport and Cardiff to Chepstow and Monmouth

One of the most effective methods of reducing the large amount of heat that would typically escape through your windows, double glazing is a simple yet effective solution that is fast becoming the industry standard for comfortable living in the 21st century. Suitable for application in both modern builds and period homes, double glazing provides a wealth of additional benefits of value to the homeowner.

Double glazing is the act of using two glass panels within a window’s frame as opposed to the typical one, this helps improve insulation by trapping heat within the two panes and results in less energy consumption in the home. Depending on the size of your home, double glazed windows have the potential to save you between £40 and £170 annually.

Reduce your Monmouthshire home’s heating bills

Immediately after your new double glazed windows are installed, you’ll begin reaping the financial benefits with heat being more easily trapped between the panes leaving you less inclined to switch on the central heating as would normally be the case. If your home is still making use of windows that were installed decades ago, not only will they be single pane but will most likely suffer from leaks or draughts – no more with double glazed windows.

Single glazed windows can sometimes suffer from annoying condensation when moisture builds up over time, particularly in older homes as it causes mould and sometimes rot. Double glazing works its magic by reducing this excess moisture on your window panes, improving not only your property’s health but your family’s also.

Advantages of double glazed windows

  • Suitable for use in both uPVC and Aluminium products
  • Exceedingly low U-values of 1.1W/m2K far below the required 1.8
  • Resistant against condensation and increased soundproofing
  • An extra layer of protection against any unwanted intruders
  • Can lead to annual savings of around £170 when upgrading – a futureproof investment
  • Greatly enhances the thermal retention of your home, keeping it warmer for longer
  • Highly insulating against extreme temperatures, cooler in the summer

Advanced double glazing

Not only will double glazed windows from Monmouthshire ensure that your home easily exceeds the required WER rating of ‘C’, but adding this extra layer of glass can help make all the difference in some subtle yet appreciated ways.

Double glazing effectively reduces the outside noise to make for a calmer, quieter living environment. It’s been proven that high-performance double glazing can improve acoustic insulation by up to 60% making it a great investment for those who live alongside busy roads. Similarly useful, the secondary glass pane further will discourage intruders for improved safety and security – being more difficult to break in through.

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    FAQs About Double Glazed Windows

    Are you considering double glazed windows for your home? We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you understand the benefits and features of double glazing. Explore the answers below to make an informed decision about enhancing your home's comfort, energy efficiency, and security with double glazed windows.

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    What is double glazing, and how does it work?

    Double glazing involves using two glass panels within a window's frame instead of one, which enhances insulation by trapping heat between the panes. This results in reduced energy consumption and improved home comfort.

    What are the potential savings with double glazed windows?

    Depending on your home's size, double glazed windows can save you between £40 and £170 annually on heating bills due to improved heat retention.

    How do double glazed windows benefit older homes?

    Double glazing reduces excess moisture on window panes, preventing issues like condensation, mould, and rot commonly found in older homes, thereby improving property health.

    What are the advantages of double glazed windows?

    Double glazed windows offer benefits such as suitability for uPVC and Aluminium products, low U-values for energy efficiency, resistance to condensation, enhanced soundproofing, added security, and potential annual savings of around £170.

    How does advanced double glazing impact home living?

    Advanced double glazing reduces outside noise by up to 60%, creating a quieter living environment. It also enhances security by making it more difficult for intruders to break in through the secondary glass pane

    Our Raglan Showroom

    If you live in or around Monmouthshire in Chepstow, Caldicot, Monmouth, Abergavenny and the surrounding villages, then why not come visit our showroom at Raglan Garden Centre.

    Our Raglan showroom is the perfect place to get inspiration for your property’s next home improvements, regardless of what you’re looking for. Whether you’re interested in making your home more energy efficient with A-rated double-glazed windows or want to extend your house with one of our spacious conservatories, we’re sure to have what you’re after.

    If you’re interested in seeing a selection of our products up close, or you have something specific in mind, the friendly, knowledgeable team at The Monmouthshire Window Company are more than happy to help.

    At Raglan, the Garden Centre is open from Monday – Sunday 9.30 am – 5 pm and you are able to walk around the showroom at these times. However, the showroom itself is currently unmanned. If you would like to meet a representative on-site to discuss your requirements, please call us on 01291 630063 to book an appointment.

    Alternatively, visit our Caldicot Showroom – open Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 4.00 pm.

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