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Double Glazing Prices

Why You Should Be Wary Of Cheap Double-Glazing Prices

Taking advantage of a cheap double glazing quote or offer that sounds too good to be true, may end costing you a lot more in the long term.

New double glazed windows are a major investment In your property and one that requires the expertise of skilled professionals. Unfortunately, double glazing installations that are carried out poorly and with a sub-standard product can have disastrous consequences for your property as well as being aesthetically poor.

The cost is important

When deciding on what companies to supply your double glazing quotes, it’s always better to choose someone who carries the necessary certifications & accreditations, will use the best materials possible and has a solid track record of performing excellent work, as well as providing guarantees against materials AND workmanship.

The cost is obviously important but should be secondary to the points above to ensure your new double glazing protects, saves energy, and adds value to your property!

The Difference Between High Quality & Cheap Double Glazing

It will always be tempting to base your decision on cost alone when looking for a double glazing price, however, there are plenty of other factors that you should consider as well as the cost, as a lower quality product can have serious long-term consequences.

Factors To Consider


Installing Double Glazing is one of the biggest investments you may make to your property, so naturally, you want it to last as long as possible. However, some replacement windows and doors can start presenting major problems after just a few years. This is an expense that you do not want to be paying for on a regular basis.

Weather conditions and ultraviolet radiation both play a factor in the lifespan of your windows. Signs of window degradation include discolouring, brittle frame seals, corroded metal components, and gaps in the seals. If the internal reinforcement is inadequate, the result could be sagging over time which will result in leaks & draughts.

All of our windows have a 10-year insurance-backed guarantee but are expected to last much longer

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Energy Efficiency

With soaring energy prices it’s important to know that, on average, 20% of the heat lost in your home is through the windows. Many double glazing companies will use cheaper glass that has much lower thermal properties, if a cheaper grade of UPVC & other components is also used it could have a massive effect on the energy efficiency of the window.

High-quality, A-Rated double glazing will save you up to 35% on your energy costs and evidence of energy rating should be sought as part of your double glazing quote process.

All our windows are A Rated as standard

Energy Efficiency


Protecting your home and family is one of the top priorities when installing new double glazing. it is important to consider how secure your new windows are:

How easy can the glass be broken?   Can it be removed altogether from the outside? Does the hardware carry any accreditations?

Cheap double glazing may not be internally beaded, may utilise lower quality glass which can be easily broken and have poor quality locking systems which won’t secure your property efficiently.

Our windows come complete with high security locking systems as standard using the leading hardware in the country, Tested to 1000 cycles and fully guaranteed & accredited.

We can even offer an additional ‘security guarantee’ with extra guarantees such as free replacement products and compensation



It is important that you get trained professionals to install your double glazing. One of the most common complaints with cheaper window installations is that window frames don’t fit properly. This is ‘remedied’ by using extra plastic trims around the edges, which leaves your property partly open to the elements.

Another issue is that the window frame is not sealed properly. The long-term result of which is that your window will leak and could also create damp problems.

The above problems can usually occur when your double glazing company use under qualified, sub-contractors to fit their windows for them. They are often poorly paid and care little for the reputation of the company that is paying them.

All our windows are fitted by experienced professionals with many years of successful double-glazing installations and are all employed directly by us – we do not use sub-contractors.


How much do new windows cost?

There are many factors and variables that contribute to the cost of new windows that means every project can be vastly different from the next.

For this reason, we don’t show an average price list online because all our windows are bespoke made to precision fit your specific requirements.

We have well over 77 different style options that you can choose from to make the perfect window you want. As you can imagine, it’s pretty difficult to try and add a list of prices that covers all of those options.

Material Average new window cost
uPVC casement window £500-1,230 per window
Sash window 50% more than a casement window
Tilt and turn window 25% more than a casement window
Bay window 150% more than a casement window
Aluminium frame 25% more than uPVC
Timber frame 50% more than uPVC