What is secondary glazing and where is it used
Secondary glazing involves adding an extra slim-line windows in addition to your existing windows. Secondary glazing is designed to keep the heat in and the noise out. You could also save around 10% on your household bills by fitting our secondary glazing
Secondary Glazing is particularly suitable for use in listed buildings, conservation areas and where houses are located on busy or main roads.
- Improved thermal insulation
- Save money on heating bills
- Highly effective for noise reduction
- Provide added security
- White, silver, brown or any RAL colour
- Float, obscure, toughened, laminated, "K" and acoustic glass options
- Face fix or reveal fix
Noise from traffic, aircraft and the general noise from city or town areas and main roads can be a real disruption to the quality of your living or working environment. Fitting secondary glazing is a cost effective way to significantly reduce external noise. 4mm glass is very effective at providing noise reduction, but can be further improved by requesting high specification glass (6mm+) such as Laminated glass or Acoustic glass.