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Newlook Windows75a Wellsway, Bath, BA2 4RU01225 331871info@newlookwindowsbath.co.ukhttp://newlookwindowsbath.co.uk/
Crystal Clear Bristol24 Emery Rd, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5PF0117 9713 060info@crystalclearbristol.co.ukhttps://www.crystalclearbristol.co.uk/
Shaws Of Brighton Ltd8-9 Centenary Industrial Estate, Hughes Road, Brighton, BN2 4AW0800 975 5790info@shawsofbrighton.co.ukhttps://www.shawsofbrighton.co.uk/
Canterbury WindowsUnit 4, Barton Business Park, Canterbury, England, CT1 3AA01227 767092enquiries@canterburywindowsystems.comhttps://www.canterburywindowsystems.com/
East Anglia:
ERG GlazingBull Lane, Cambridge, CB21 5NJ01223 902169  http://www.ergglazing.co.uk/
Ipswich Windows Ltd15 Acer Grove, Ipswich, suffolk, IP8 3RR1473689392halljason@sky.comhttps://www.ipswichwindows.co.uk/
West Midlands:
Badger Windows LtdUnit 3, 1084 Pershore Rd, Stirchley, Birmingham B30 2YG0121 471 2799badger@badgerwindows.co.ukwww.badgerwindows.co.uk
Dudley Double Glazing31 Taylor Way, Unit F, Dudley, West Midlands, DY8 1LT01384 686282info@dudleydoubleglazing.comhttp://dudleydoubleglazing.com/
East Midlands:
Derby Double Glazing246 Osmaston Road Derby, DE23 8LB01332 292778info@derbydoubleglazing.co.ukhttps://www.derbydoubleglazing.co.uk/
Armour Windows17 Marshbrook Cl, Aldermans Green Industrial Estate, Coventry CV2 2NW024 7661 4818sales@armourwindows.co.ukhttps://www.armourwindows.co.uk/
Lancashire Double Glazing213 Havelock St, Preston PR1 7NL01772 203111sales@lancashiredoubleglazing.co.ukhttps://www.lancashiredoubleglazing.co.uk/
Double Glazing StockportSchool St, Hazel Grove, Stockport SK7 4RA0161 483 1997 info@force8.co.ukhttps://www.stockportwindowsdoors.co.uk/
Billingham Windows 18a Leeholme Road,01642 564245Enquiries@billinghamwindows.co.ukhttps://www.billinghamwindows.co.uk/
Leeholme Industrial Estate,
TS23 1AP
North East Windows & Doors 8 Silksworth lane0191 563 0094enquiries@northeastwindowsanddoors.co.ukhttps://www.northeastwindowsanddoors.co.uk/
Yorkshire & Humberside:
Walkers Windows CompanyTrafalgar Mills, Leeds Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD2 1YY01484 481 020 sales@walkerswindows.comhttps://www.walkerswindows.com
Harrogate Windows.Harrogate Business Centre, Hookstone Avenue, Harrogate, HG2 8ER01423 876353info@harrogatewindows.co.ukhttps://harrogatewindows.co.uk
Marches Windows33 Ddole Road Industrial Estate, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6DF01597 823822info@marcheswindows.co.ukhttps://www.marcheshomebuild.co.uk/
Cardiff Windows & Doors Ltd.8 Field Way, Cardiff CF14 4HY029 2069 2690info@cardiffwindows.comhttp://cardiffwindows.com/
McGregor GlazingUnit 8 Links St, Aberdeen, AB11 5EX01224 455390 info@mcgregorglazing.comhttps://www.mcgregorglazing.com/
New Look4D Garroch Business Park Garroch Loaning Dumfries DG2 8PN01387 248 568 newlook2@sky.comhttps://www.newlookwindowsdumfries.co.uk/



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Common Questions and Answers, you should know when using Window and Door Companies:

Do Window Installers / Fitters need to be FENSA registered to fit windows?

Anyone can fit windows, you don’t need to be Fensa registered, although that is what a lot of people are led to believe. Being Fensa registered simply means you can self-certify your own work, if you aren’t registered you must get the building officer to inspect and certify the work.

If a Window Installer / Fitter gives me a FENSA certificate, is this a guarantee?

With a FENSA fitter, you get the option of a 5–10-year insurance backed guarantee on every installation. That means even if the installation company ceases to trade, the policy underwriters will consider claims under the terms of the original guarantee for the remaining period.

Can you sell your house without a FENSA certificate?

Yes, however windows that have been replaced since 1st April 2002 must be supported by a FENSA certificate or a building regulations certificate, to show that they legally comply.

How long does it take a Window Installer / Fitter to remove and fit a window?

Replacing one window takes around forty to seventy minutes per window. The typical timeline for window replacement takes around four to seven weeks after the windows are ordered. Most companies can install between ten to fifteen windows per day in your home

Does a Window Installer / Fitter replace the sills when replacing windows?

No, sills are almost always a separate purchase

What time of year is best for a Window Installer / Fitter to replace windows?

Your best bet is to plan your window replacement for a time of year when the weather will be warm, ideally in the spring or early summer. However, you can replace windows at any time of year.

How often should house Double Glazed windows be replaced?

The average lifespan of windows is between 15 and 30 years. Depending on the manufacturer and installer. craftsmanship of the original installer, the materials used, and the weather conditions where you live, the functional life of your windows can vary between ten and fifteen years

Do Window Installers / Fitters replace windows from the inside or outside?

Most of the work is undertaken on the outside, but window fitters will need to spend some of the time on the inside.

What is the difference between new windows and replacement windows?

New windows are for a new construction whereas replacement windows are replacing existing windows. New-construction windows have nailing or attachment fins, or flanges, on the exterior side of the window

How messy is window fitting ?

If you are thinking of replacing your windows, you may be wondering how much mess it will cause. The answer is yes; it can be a messy job. There will be dust and some debris that is likely to spread around your home during installation.

What is the difference between PVC and uPVC windows?

There is no difference between the UPVC and PVCu because the two abbreviations represent the same material being Un-plasticised Poly Vinyl Chloride. Manufacturers and Window Installers use UPVC in the marketing of windows, doors and other home improvement products but it is also commonly referred to as PVCu

Are UPVC windows more expensive than aluminium windows?

No, UPVC Windows are cheaper than aluminium windows. Aluminium windows are always more expensive than UPVC (on a like for like basis) because of higher material and manufacturing costs. But, in the long term, aluminium can prove very cost-effective because it’s a more robust material than generally lasts longer than UPVC.

Can I get free UPVC double glazed windows?

If you are over the age of 60, living on benefits, or otherwise in dire need of assistance, you may be able to get free double glazing. You will need to check with the benefits office.

Is it worth replacing old UPVC double glazed windows?

Yes, if they are misting up or condensation is appearing between the panes. Remember, some UPVC double glazed windows are better than others, and triple glazed windows can be better still. Check warranties and guarantees. Replacing old double glazed windows with new higher performance glazing will cut heat loss through your windows, making the room more comfortable and easier to heat. It can also cut your heating bills slightly.

What are the benefits of UPVC double glazed windows?

Less condensation – UPVC Double glazed windows reduce the amount of moisture on the inside of your windowpanes, as the airtight seal prevents the condensation from building up. Single glazed windows often allow condensation to build up which causes windowpanes to produce mold. Also there will be less external noise.

What does UPVC double glazing windows mean?

The actual definition is: The frame is made from UPVC and the glass contains two layers of glass with a small insulating gap in between set in a window to reduce heat flow in either direction.

Will UPVC double glazed windows make my house warmer?

Yes, Single glazing is not considered a suitable option for the majority of modern homes. It won’t effectively trap heat, whereas UPVC double glazing will keep your home comfortable for longer

How many years do UPVC double glazed windows last?

The general consensus from manufacturers on the lifespan of UPVC double glazing is estimated to be anything between 20 and 35 years depending on the manufacturer and the fitter. Some people even suggest up to 40 years if looked after.

Do UPVC double glazed windows keep a house cool?

Yes, UPVC Double glazing is very effective in all weathers because it stops heat transferring from one side to the other. That means in winter, it stops heat escaping from the inside of the property and in hot weather it limits the amount of heat energy from the sun transferring to inside the building.

Do UPVC double glazed windows really make a difference?

Yes, UPVC double glazing can be as effective as improving your home’s insulation and reducing external noise by up to 70%.

How much energy do you save with UPVC double glazed windows ?

As mentioned previously, UPVC double glazing can improve insulation by up to 70% which means its costs less to heat your home. In 2022 we have seen huge energy cost increases, so it is vital for most people to reduce heating bills.

How do you know if your UPVC double glazed window need replacing?

The clear signs that you need to replace your windows are:

  1. There Are Draughts Around Your UPVC Windows
  2. There Are Chips or Cracks in the Windowpane
  3. You have Condensation on the glass
  4. Your Windows Have Water Leaking In
  5. Your Energy Bills Have Been Increasing
  6. Difficulty Using Windows

Which is better aluminum or uPVC windows for double glazing windows ?

As Aluminium is stronger than uPVC, this means aluminium windows have thinner frames, which some people prefer. In most cases it is an aesthetic decision rather than a performance decision.

Do double glazing windows reduce noise?

Yes, it definitely does. Double glazing by it’s nature is a noise reducing system of insulation or soundproofing. As it comprises of two panes of glass, with an air gap in the middle, and a specialised frame.

How long does it take to install double glazing windows?

On average, each window takes anything from 1 hour to 3 hours for a fitter to install. The actual time it takes to install the window will be different depending on the size and type of window.

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