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Birmingham Glass Services1 Lightning Way, West Heath, Birmingham. B31 3PH0121 477
Great Barr Windows Ltd10a, Lee Trading Estate, 54 College Rd, Perry Barr, Birmingham B44 8BS0121 344
Badger Windows LtdUnit 3, 1084 Pershore Rd, Stirchley, Birmingham B30 2YG0121 471
Waterside Windows 4, Weston Lane Industrial Estate, Weston Ln, Tyseley, Birmingham B11 3RP0121 728 
Eastern Windows Manufacturing 11 Booth Street, Handsworth, Birmingham, West Midlands, B21 0NG0121 551 4567
West Midland Glazing Co 301-305 Northfield Rd, Birmingham, West Midland, B17 OTG0121 426
Complete Glazing BirminghamUnit 130, 180 Sherlock St, Digbeth Birmingham B5 7EH0121 405
Royale Windows7 Glenavon Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, West Midlands, B14 5DD0121 430
Elite Windows Ltd29 Lulworth Rd, Hall Green, Birmingham B28 8NS0121 733 7337rob@elitewindowsltd.com
Select Windows919 Queslett Rd, Birmingham B43 7DT0121 366






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It’s very important to get the right double glazing windows for your home in Birmingham.

Everyone has their own personal reasons for wanting to replace old windows and doors. You should shop around to find your ideal double glazing windows company in Birmingham.

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 in Birmingham.

How Much On Average Does Double Glazing Windows in Birmingham Cost?

The average price of Double Glazing UPVC Windows in Birmingham start at about £150 and rise up to around £2475. This is dependent on the style and type of window you choose to have. A single casement window with a uPVC frame starts at around £150, 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 windows companies in Birmingham are as follows:

What are the benefits and average costs of UPVC Double Glazing Casement Windows in Birmingham:

Casement windows are Britain’s most popular window because they are competitively priced and offer a modern look to your property.

What are the benefits of UPVC White Casement Windows?

The Casement is the part of the window that opens. Casement windows are a type of window that is attached to the window frame which opens and has hinges attach at the top, bottom or to the side. Casement windows are probably the most popular type of window in the UK and have been in production for a long time. The reason casement windows are one of the most popular types of windows is because they are very reliable, durable and energy efficient. They also benefit from being very customisable and will suit of variety of styles and budgets.

What are the average costs?

White UPVC Casement windows with no opening, approximate costs and sizes 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 coloured UPVC frames.

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What are the benefits and average costs of Sash Double Glazing UPVC Windows in Birmingham:

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.

What are the benefits of UPVC Sash Windows?

There are 2 main benefits of Sash Windows. Firstly they are aesthetically pleasing particularly for older properties. A lot of Georgian and Victorian properties were built with sash windows so keeping with tradition and replacing sash windows with new sash windows is quite important. Secondly the other benefit is better ventilation. Because sliding sash windows can open at the top and bottom at the same time they provide excellent ventilation. Having an aperture at the top and bottom creates a convection flow of air that will cool a room wonderfully in the summer.

What are the average costs?

UPVC White Sash Windows approximate costs and sizing: 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 coloured UPVC frames.

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What are the average costs of Bay UPVC Double Glazing Windows in Birmingham and what styles are available?

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.  

What styles of Bay Windows are there?
There are 4 types of bay windows.

The Bay window has been around for hundreds of years and in that time they haven’t really changed. You could incorporate different styles of windows, you could change an angle and add a few extra superficial details. This would provide you with a wide variety of design options to fit your preferences. Even with all that design flexibility, there are really only four different types of bay windows:

1. Original Canted Bay Windows

Original Canted bay windows have the classic shape you would expect to see in a bay window. They have a flat front with angled sides and are only found on the first level of homes and buildings.

2. Box Bay Windows

Box bay windows are structurally the same as canted windows. The difference is that the flanking windows on the side meet the front window at a 90 degree angle, creating the shape of a box.

3. Oriel Windows

Oriel bay windows are the oldest form of bay windows, first popularized on mansions during the English Renaissance. They are built into the side of a home, never touching the ground, so they can be found on any story of a home or building. To provide structural support to an oriel window, there’s usually a decorative bracket or corbel of wood, stone, or masonry underneath the windows.

4. Circular Bay Windows

Circular bay windows are less common but they are distinct enough to have their own category. They are defined by larger panes of glass on the three sides of the bay and additional panes above the windows. Circle bay windows typically feature the most intricate moldings and ornamental details of any type of bay window.

What are the average costs?

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 coloured UPVC frames.

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It is a very good idea to shop around with local and national Double Glazing 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 UPVC double glazing windows companies in Birmingham or scroll through the companies and contact them directly.

Quick Facts about Birmingham.

It is a city and metropolitan borough in the metropolitan county of West Midlands in England. It is the second-largest city in the UK. With a population of 1.145 million in the city proper, 2.92 million in the West Midlands metropolitan county,[7] and approximately 4.3 million in the wider metropolitan area. It is the largest UK metropolitan area outside of London.[8] Birmingham is commonly referred to as the second city of the United Kingdom

Birmingham grew to prominence as a centre of manufacturing and engineering. The Gun Quarter is a district of the city that was, for many years, a centre of the world’s gun-manufacturing industry. 


Nightlife in Birmingham is mainly concentrated along Broad Street and into Brindleyplace. Although in more recent years, Broad Street has lost its popularity due to the closing of several clubs; the Arcadian now has more popularity in terms of nightlife



More Facts about Birmingham:
Country England
RegionWest Midlands
Ceremonial countyWest Midlands
Historic county
Settlementc. 600
Seigneurial borough1166
Municipal borough1838
City status14 January 1889
Metropolitan borough1 April 1974
Administrative HQThe Council House,
Victoria Square
 • TypeMetropolitan borough
 • BodyBirmingham City Council
 • LeadershipLeader and cabinet
 • ExecutiveLabour
 • LeaderIan Ward (Lab)
 • Lord MayorMaureen Cornish[1]
 • Chief ExecutiveChris Naylor (Interim)
 • City103.4 sq mi (267.8 km2)
 • Urban
231.2 sq mi (598.9 km2)
 • Rank145th
460 ft (140 m)
 • City1,144,919
 • Rank1st
2nd in England and UK[a]
 • Density11,070/sq mi (4,275/km2)
 • Urban
2,919,600 (2nd)
 • Metro
4,300,000 (2nd)
Time zoneUTC+0 (Greenwich Mean Time)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+1 (British Summer Time)
Area code0121
ISO 3166 codeGB-BIR
PoliceWest Midlands Police
Fire and RescueWest Midlands Fire Service
AmbulanceWest Midlands Ambulance Service
OS grid referenceSP066868
International airportsBirmingham (BHX)
Major railway stations
GDPUS$ 121.1 billion[2] (2nd)
– Per capitaUS$ 31,572[2]
The postcode areas of Birmingham that the Double Glazing companies cover:
Postcodes B1 to B10
B1BIRMINGHAMBirmingham City CentreBroad Street (east)Birmingham
B2BIRMINGHAMBirmingham City Centre, New StreetBirmingham
B3BIRMINGHAMBirmingham City Centre, Newhall StreetBirmingham
B4BIRMINGHAMBirmingham City Centre, Corporation Street (north)Birmingham
B5BIRMINGHAMDigbethHighgateLee BankEdgbastonBirmingham
B6BIRMINGHAMAstonBirchfield , WittonBirmingham
B7BIRMINGHAMNechells, VauxhallBirmingham
B8BIRMINGHAMWashwood HeathWard EndSaltleyBirmingham
B9BIRMINGHAMBordesley GreenBordesleyBirmingham
B10BIRMINGHAMSmall HeathBirmingham


B11 to B20 Postcodes
B11BIRMINGHAMSparkhill, Sparkbrook, TyseleyBirmingham
B12BIRMINGHAMBalsall HeathSparkbrookHighgateBirmingham
B14BIRMINGHAMKings HeathYardley WoodDruids HeathHighter’s HeathWarstockBirmingham
B18BIRMINGHAMWinson GreenHockleyBirmingham
B20BIRMINGHAMHandsworth WoodHandsworthBirchfieldBirmingham


Postcodes B21 to B30
B23BIRMINGHAMErdingtonStockland GreenShort HeathPerry CommonBirmingham
B24BIRMINGHAMErdingtonWylde GreenTyburnBirmingham
B25BIRMINGHAMYardleyHay MillsBirmingham
B26BIRMINGHAMSheldonYardleyBirmingham International AirportBirmingham, Solihull
B27BIRMINGHAMAcocks GreenBirmingham
B28BIRMINGHAMHall GreenBirmingham
B29BIRMINGHAMSelly OakBournbrookSelly ParkWeoley CastleCalifornia (part of)Birmingham
B30BIRMINGHAMBournvilleCotteridgeStirchley, Kings Norton (North)Birmingham


B31 to B40 Postcodes
B31BIRMINGHAMNorthfieldLongbridgeWest HeathBirmingham
B32BIRMINGHAMWoodgateBartley GreenQuintonCalifornia (part of)Birmingham
B33BIRMINGHAMKitts GreenStechfordBirmingham
B34BIRMINGHAMShard EndBuckland EndBirmingham
B35BIRMINGHAMCastle ValeBirmingham
B36BIRMINGHAMCastle BromwichSmith’s WoodBromfordHodge HillBirmingham, Solihull
B37BIRMINGHAMChelmsley WoodMarston GreenKingshurstFordbridgeSolihull
B38BIRMINGHAMKings Norton (South),Birmingham
B40BIRMINGHAMNational Exhibition CentreBirmingham International AirportMarston GreenBickenhillSolihull


Postcodes B42 to B60
B42BIRMINGHAMPerry BarrGreat BarrHamsteadBirmingham
B43BIRMINGHAMGreat Barr, HamsteadBirmingham, Sandwell, Walsall
B44BIRMINGHAMPerry Barr, Kingstanding, Great BarrBirmingham
B45BIRMINGHAMRednalNew FrankleyRuberyCofton HackettBarnt GreenLickeyLongbridgeNorthfield (part)Birmingham, Bromsgrove
B46BIRMINGHAMWater OrtonColeshillNether WhitacreNorth Warwickshire
B60BROMSGROVEBromsgrove (east)Bromsgrove


B61 to B70 Postcodes.
B61BROMSGROVEBromsgrove (west)Bromsgrove
B62HALESOWENHalesowen (east), RomsleyHunningtonQuinton (part)Dudley, Bromsgrove, Birmingham
B63HALESOWENHalesowen (west and town centre), Hayley GreenHasburyDudley, Bromsgrove
B64CRADLEY HEATHCradley HeathOld HillSandwell
B65ROWLEY REGISRowley RegisBlackheathSandwell
B66SMETHWICKSmethwick (east and north), Bearwood (east)Sandwell
B67SMETHWICKSmethwick (west), Bearwood (west), LondonderrySandwell
B68OLDBURYLangleyBrandhallQuinton (part of)Sandwell
B70WEST BROMWICHWest Bromwich (south, west and town centre)Sandwell


Postcodes B71 to B80
B71WEST BROMWICHWest Bromwich (north)Sandwell
B72SUTTON COLDFIELDSutton Coldfield town centre, ManeyWylde GreenBirmingham
B73SUTTON COLDFIELDBoldmereNew OscottWylde Green (part)Birmingham
B74SUTTON COLDFIELDFour OaksLittle AstonStreetlyBirmingham, LichfieldWalsall
B75SUTTON COLDFIELDMere GreenRoughleyMoor HallWhitehouse CommonFalcon LodgeBirmingham
B76SUTTON COLDFIELDWalmleyMinworthCurdworthLea MarstonBirmingham, North Warwickshire
B77TAMWORTHTamworthWilnecoteAmingtonTamworth, North Warwickshire
B78TAMWORTHTamworth, FazeleyKingsburyPolesworthTamworth, North Warwickshire
B79TAMWORTHTamworth, WartonTamworth, North Warwickshire, North West Leicestershire


B90 to B98 Postcodes
B90SOLIHULLShirleySolihull LodgeMajor’s GreenDickens HeathCheswick GreenSolihull, Bromsgrove
B93SOLIHULLBaddesley Clinton , Bentley HeathDorridgeKnowle, Tilehouse GreenSolihull
B94SOLIHULLHockley HeathEarlswoodSolihull, Warwick
B97REDDITCHRedditch (west), Callow HillWebheathRedditch
B98REDDITCHRedditch (east), BeoleyRedditch



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