When it comes to new double glazing windows, you have a lot of choice. There are a number of different types of double glazing window for to choose from, each being beneficial not only to the look of your home, but to the functioning of it as well!
It’s important, as when you make any home improvement, to make sure you look at all the factors before buying, such as cost of installation, insulation from the windows, and what works best for your property.
Let’s take a look at some of the different types of double glazing window:
uPVC Double Glazing Windows
These windows are popular due to their cost-effectiveness, their vast stylistic opportunities, and their thermal insulation. However, there are many more benefits that come with uPVC windows.
- Increased Security – These windows act as a deterrent for trespassers. Secure, durable, and resilient to damage, this type of double-glazed windows are harder to break into than other types.
- Weather-resistant – uPVC is known for standing up to the elements. It can take high winds and heavy rain without need for worry, and it is also completely resistant to sun discolouration.
- Cost effective – As well as falling into a cheaper price bracket, uPVC windows can actually help you to save money on your energy bills!
These windows were designed to increase the space inside your room. The windows extend out past the external walls of the house, which creates a number of benefits:
- More floor space – as mentioned above, some bay windows can open up more foot space in your home, all while looking great!
- More natural light – The nature of bay windows means that they can let in floods of natural light. Not only is this good for the environment, it also allows you to save on your electric bills.
- Easy access – By being external, it means that bay windows are typically easy to get to when it comes to maintenance.
These traditional double glazing windows are brilliant at giving your home a cosy look. And they’re easy to open and maintain!
Sash windows can either be single-hung, or double-hung. Single-hung means that only one of the window panels can be moved up or down. Double-hung (which is a newer design) allows window panels to move up or down.
If you’re interested in any of the windows mentioned above, then get in touch today for a quote!