Double glazing for sash windows
Double glazing sash windows is easily done, and its a great way of saving heat and reducing noise, without spoiling the character of your home.
Keep your existing sash windows
Depending on the style of your sash windows we can fit slimline, double glazing into your original windows. Thus reducing landfill, keeping you warm, and best of all – saving a little piece of history.
Quality double glazing
All of our slimline double glazing units are filled with gas, providing insulation, sound reduction, reduced condensation, and maximum thermal efficiency. You can choose which gas or thermal efficient glass we use depending on your requirements.
New double glazed sash windows
If we can’t fit slimline double glazing units into your existing sashes not to worry. We can create brand new sashes with the latest, energy-efficient units. And, in all cases, we carefully measure the dimensions of your existing sash windows and replicate any existing decorative features – creating double glazing that blends in seamlessly, whilst significantly improving your home’s thermal efficiency.
Slimline double glazing for sash windows in Brighton & Hove
The thickness of the double glazed unit that we can fit will depend on the thickness of the existing sashes. These vary from window to window, but we usually fit a 14mm slim line double glazed unit (2 panes of 4mm glass and a 6mm gap).
If you’re finding it difficult to stay warm and cosy in your home, we can improve your house’s thermal insulation by using gas-filled double glazed units. We have lots of different options – from argon and krypton to xenon gas. If you’d like to explore these, you can read more here, or just give us a call to talk it through.
Discover more about double glazing for sash windows
The Energy Saving Trust state the benefits of energy efficient windows include:
- A more comfortable home – energy efficient glazing reduces heat loss through windows and means fewer draughts and cold spots.
- Peace and quiet – not only do they keep the heat in, energy efficient windows insulate your home against external noise.
- Reduced condensation – energy efficient glazing reduces condensation build up on the inside of windows
Using double glazing means you could save around £165 per year on your energy bills. You'll also be reducing your carbon footprint: by using less fuel, and generating less of the carbon dioxide that leads to global warming – typically, 680kg a year.”Reserch by – Energy Saving Trust