Anthracite Grey (RAL7016) Window Frames are a chic, contemporary coloured window. That has a softer contrast compared to the contract like black and white and is far more contemporary than wood effect colours.
There has been a large increase in recent years of the use of Anthracite Grey window frames and doors being used in properties. This doesn’t just apply to new builds but also as a choice for more traditional properties when upgrades and improvements have been made.
Why Choose Anthracite Grey Window Frames?
When you decide to choose Anthracite Grey for your new windows, doors, porch or conservatory you may be doing this for purely cosmetic and aesthetic reasons because you like the shade of dark grey. However, you will enjoy some other benefits from choosing Anthracite Grey for your new glazing home improvements.
Strong but Subtle Charm
Anthracite Grey is a strong yet slightly colour which will definitely fit in with any colour of brick or render. It is not too bright and will not diminish the impact of a new conservatory installation for example. It will really your new sleek installations. Giving your home a modern yet classic aesthetic that won’t diminish over time.
Although it’s always a good idea to keep your windows and doors clean, Anthracite Grey frames do hide any dirt, so cleaning will only be occasionally required. This shade will benefit homeowners who have less time on their hands, allowing them more time doing the things they love. All RAL colours are guarantee not to fade, even after prolonged exposure to the elements, choosing Anthracite Grey offers the added bonus of disguising any small chips that will appear during your profiles lifetime.
Increased Property Value
As most home improvements increase the value of a property, the added bonus with Anthracite Grey is their popularity. So if you were ever thinking of selling your home this would be an added feature and could increase the value of your home. As Anthracite Grey is a strong yet subtle shade, whatever your style, you will be able to match any interior design to your new windows and doors. Anthracite Grey complements all property styles, working great will exposed brickwork, traditional buildings and the more contemporary rendered properties. Regardless of the style of your home, new profiles finished in Anthracite Grey will seamlessly fit with any existing architectural features, including period windows.
Are Anthracite Grey Window Frames Prices increasing?
The Glazing industry has seen prices rising for the last 16-18 months. Here are a few examples.
- Some aluminium systems have risen by 15%
- Steel costs are rising again
- Some glass products have risen by 15%
There have also been raw material price increases.
- PVC costs are up by up to 40%
- Steel costs are up by up to 90%
- Stainless Steel costs are up by up to 35%
- Aluminium costs are up by up to 40%
These are raw material costs and the Government announced in October 2021 that they want to increase the basic wages. On top of this energy costs are soaring and we have seen eleven Energy Companies go bust during 2021.
This can only mean the costs are increasing and will continue to increase, so if you’re putting off getting new windows you might want to re think this and get them ordered before even higher costs are seen.
It’s very important to get the right Anthracite Grey window Frames for your home.
Everyone has their own personal reasons for wanting to replace old windows and doors. You should shop around to find your ideal double glazed windows company.
Whether you are looking to lower the cost of your fuel bills, or maybe your current windows are no longer aesthetically-pleasing. Whatever your reason be sure to see what options are available.
There is a lot more to choosing new windows than meets the eye. Not only do you have to decide on the style of window that will suit the look of your home. You also need to think about the type of material of the frame, what type of glazing, single, double, triple.
Also you need to think about the opening options. These are all very important elements to consider. In helping you see and understand the different aspects of glazing. We think it will help you make the right decisions, leading you to new windows and doors. Which will help keep you safer, warmer and happier for many years to come in your home.
How Much Does Double Glazing Cost?
Double Glazing Prices start at about £150 and rise up to around £2500. This is dependent on the style and type of window you choose to have. A single casement window with an Anthracite Grey window frames starts at around £165, whereas a sash window starts from around £450. It is advisable to do some research, so you can budget accordingly for your new windows or replacement windows.
There are a number of different factors including the size of the windows you choose to have installed. Also the number of windows, the style of the windows, the material used for the frames. The company you choose to do the work, and whereabouts you live in the country.
A quick overview on costs from local double glazing companies for UPVC windows are as follows:
White UPVC Double Glazing Casement Windows cost on average:
Casement windows are Britain’s most popular window because they are competitively priced and offer a modern look to your property. UPVC White Casement Window with no opening 500m x 500m £150 – £185, 1000m x 500m £185 – £210, 1000mm x 10000mm £210 – £250, 1200mm x 1200mm £250 – £285. With one opening 500mm x 500mm £260 – £300, 1000mm x 500mm £280 – £330, 1000mm x 1000mm £315 – £385, 1200mm x 1200mm £355 – £450. Please add around 25% to the costs for Anthracite Grey windows frames.
Sash UPVC Double Glazing Windows cost on average:
Sash Windows are a classically British style of window. A sash window has two layers of double glazing – one at the top and one at the bottom. The sash window uses the frame as a tramline so that you can slide one of the layers normally vertically. You slide the bottom layer up the tramline to open the window. You can fully open the window by bringing the bottom layer fully up to the level of the top layer or you can just open it gradually to your own preference. UPVC White Sash Windows 500mm x 500mm £535 – £590, 1000mm x 500mm £610 – £695, 1000mm x 1000mm £635 – £700, 1200mm x 1200mm £740 – £815. Please add around 25% to the costs for Anthracite Grey window frames.
Bay UPVC Double Glazing Windows cost on average:
Bay windows are another British classic style offering homeowner slightly extra living space with a wonderful vista to the outside world. These Bay windows are actually a formation of normally three, four, or five windows side by side which angle outwards and then back inwards. UPVC white Bay Window (3 sections) 2400mm x 1200mm £1,090 – £1,135, 3000mm x 1200mm £1,195 – £1,275, 3000mm x 1500mm £1,275 – £1,425. (4 sections) 3000mm x 1200mm £1,425 – £1,570, 3000mm x 1500mm £1,530 – £1,595, 3600mm x 1200mm £1,585 – £1,680, 3600mm x 1500mm £1,645 – £1,775. (5 sections) 3600mm x 1200mm £1,885 – £1,995, 3600mm x 1500mm £1,990 – £2,210, 4000mm x 1200mm £2,080 – £2,310, 4000mm x 1500mm £2,180 – £2,405. Please add around 25% to the costs for Anthracite Grey window frames.
Aluminium Double Glazed Windows cost on average:
Casement Aluminium windows are sleek, modern, very durable and are recyclable. These costs for Aluminium Casement Windows 600mm x 900mm £550 – £720, 900mm x 1200mm £650 – £850, 900mm x 1500mm £770 x £990.
It is a very good idea to shop around with local and national Anthracite Grey Windows Companies. By using Glazing Network we can connect you with over 4000 double glazing companies throughout the UK. Please use our quote form to receive up to 3 quotes from local Anthracite Grey Window Frames companies or scroll through the companies and contact them directly.