Our secondary glazing products are suitable for most property types and window styles. They’re available in two ranges: Traditional and Heritage.
With its slim aluminium profile, our Traditional range offers minimal sight lines and easy access to the primary window, making it a popular choice with homeowners.
Our Heritage windows utilise a slightly thicker aluminium profile to support large-scale commercial installation, as well as smaller domestic applications.
Our most popular secondary window with homeowners, available in 2, 3, 4 and 5 panel.
Ideal for sash windows, with self-supporting panes that remain in place at any position.
Unobtrusive with no transoms or mullions, hinged units are solely available in our Heritage range.
Lift Out Windows
Lift outs provide one of our most cost-effective solutions – ideal for when limited access is required.
Our most simple secondary glazing product, typically used when there’s a minimal area available for fixing into.
We can curve and bend sections, replicate unique existing features, and produce angled windows.
A common issue among home improvement solutions is the question of planning permission. Do I need planning permission for secondary glazed windows? The answer is usually no. Conservation areas and listed building are two types of properties that especially struggle with double glazing due to the area of the building. However, secondary glazing provides a solution.
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