Double Glazing Windows & Doors Norwich

uPVC Double Glazing Experts Norfolk

Out of all the window types you can choose from uPVC are by far the cheapest. This is mainly due to the materials from which they are made. However, even being the cheapest option out there, they also have a host of benefits.

Unlike other potential options they are very easy to maintain, and due to their non-corrosive make up, a little wipe down is only needed every now and then. Being a robust and resilient window frame also means a heightened level of security, perfect for keeping your home safe.

uPVC Windows have been around for many years and are one of the most popular window types on the market today. With many associated benefits, there is no wonder why they are so commonly used.

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uPVC Window Efficiency

Being one of the oldest window frames on the market, uPVC is also one of the most efficient that you can have installed in your home.

Being an effective insulator especially when fitted with double or triple glazing, they can really help to trap the heat in your home.

What are the costs?

Out of the three window types that we offer at R&C Windows, uPVC is by far the cheaper option. This is due to their material makeup, and also how available they are on the market.

If you are looking to have windows installed, and you are on a tighter budget then it is safe to say uPVC is the best option.

Windows and Doors with Quality Double Glazing Throughout Norwich and Norfolk

Here at R&C Windows and Conservatories, where we provide the best double glazing in Norwich. We are a well-established, trustworthy, and skilled home improvement company that supplies and installs throughout Norwich and Norfolk. R&C Windows are the best choice for your double glazing in Norwich.

Installations by Professionals

The company is a family run business and only employs trusted and skilled installers.  As a result, we can consistently deliver high-quality installations with great products and the best level of customer care. This means, prior to the work starting, during the work itself and on completion, you will have our full commitment to quality service and care.  

When it comes to double glazing in Norwich, we only use the best products on the market. With this, you’ll have high-quality windows and doors that will last for years to come for your property in Norwich.

With our expert installation, you can be confident that your home improvement projects will last for many years. Your double glazing will be manufactured to your exact specifications to ensure a perfect fit as well as great functionality throughout its lifetime.

Expert Guidance

Our friendly knowledgable team are available to answer your questions online or with a call, we can even visit you in the comfort of your own home to discuss your requirements.

We’ll work with you to choose the perfect double glazing solutions, providing expert advise on style and colour options and ensuring our products will make your home safe, energy efficient, and also comply with current standards.

Double Glazing FAQ’s

What is double glazing, and how does it improve the energy efficiency of my house?

In order to insulate the space, regulate the internal temperature, and block the elements outside, double glazing traps air between two panes of glass. This creates a barrier and effectively insulate the room.

Depending on the form of the window, two sealed glass components are installed into a window frame made of wood, aluminium, PVC-U, or composite material. Ratings for energy-efficient glazing are based on how well it can limit the amount of heat that can escape through the window. With our A+-rated double-glazed windows, you might notice a decrease in condensation, heat loss, and energy costs.

What is the price of double glazing in Norwich?

Since every home is unique, it is challenging to provide an upfront estimate for installing double glazing because it varies depending on the specific project. The price of double-glazed windows varies according to a number of factors, such as style, size, installation cost, non-standard forms, handles, accessories, and the glass finishing options you select.

Does adding new windows increase the value of my house?

Double glazed windows are an important element for many home buyers, and replacing your existing windows with them can increase the value of your house. Depending on the design, size, and number of windows needed, the average window installation will cost between 2 and 3 percent of the home’s value.

While this is an initial expense, upgrading your old windows with new uPVC windows can ultimately raise the value of your home therefore pay for itself.

Does the price of coloured uPVC windows differ from that of white uPVC windows?

According to a like-for-like comparison, choosing a coloured UPVC window over a classic white window may cost slightly more; the cost will be determined by the size and design of the windows required.

Since uPVC is significantly less expensive than the alternatives, choosing coloured uPVC is really less expensive than replacing the window with wood or aluminium.

For your upcoming home improvement project, uPVC is a well-known durable material that will keep your home looking fantastic while reducing condensation and noise.

Wooden or uPVC windows?

Unless you take care of them, you will find that wooden window frames need to be replaced more frequently than contemporary uPVC windows, which are more resilient, hardy, and low maintenance.

Double Glazing Windows in Norwich made of uPVC are more affordable than those made of hardwood timber, and because they all comply with building regulations, they are all highly thermally efficient.

Another benefit of uPVC windows is that they never require painting and simply require a wipedown every so often with a moist cloth.

Will I have to redecorate once my windows are installed?

When installing your windows, our window installers take great care to minimise the impact of their work and prevent any damage to walls or flooring. On rare occasions, a little painting may be necessary.

Should condensation form on double-glazed windows?

Condensation on the outside of new double-glazed windows is not unusual; in fact, it is very natural. Condensation occurs because the window prevents heat from your home’s interior from transferring to its exterior, making the exterior windows cooler.

If condensation is forming within your windows, you may have further problems.

Check for any damage to the window seals since this could let water in. In order to promote circulation, try to maintain a 100mm space between furniture and walls, and make sure your laundry isn’t drying in a confined space.

Contact us you have any further inquiries regarding our double-glazed replacement uPVC windows or would like more details.