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Double-Glazing Windows Aberdeen
Maximise your energy efficiency and cut down on noise from the outside with our A+ Grade Double-Glazing Windows.
Our double-glazing windows will give you excellent insulation against cold Aberdeen weather! Save on your energy costs and protect against energy price inflation with this high-demand home improvement. Our high-quality windows will leave your home at its most comfortable.
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Our range of casement windows are our most popular design, offering security, and energy efficiency. All of our windows are available in a multitude of styles and finishes to enhance the look of your home. Whatever style you go for, you’ll find our windows aren’t just pleasing to the eye, they’re practical too.
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Keep Your Aberdeen Home Warm All Year Round with premium Double-Glazing Windows.
Experience the power of modern technology with our glass and spacer units.
Our lenses and frames are up to the highest scientific standard – capable of not only stopping heat from entering your windows out into the Aberdeen region but also pulling in heat from the outside.
We challenge you to find higher quality thermal performance than our specialists at Homeshield Scotland LTD’s Double-Glazing Windows.
Homeshield Scotland LTD's Double-Glazing
At Homeshield, we recognize the dual benefits of our double-glazing windows. Enhance your home’s aesthetics while enjoying energy-saving advantages. Experience the transformation in comfort and high cost-savings today.
Double-Glazing Windows - Reducing your energy bills in the cold Aberdeen Weather
Homeshield Scotland LTD’s double-glazing windows have earned an A+ energy efficiency rating, a testament to their high-quality performance. This esteemed rating is awarded by the British Fenestration Rating Council, an industry authority in evaluating the energy efficiency of windows. With these windows, homeowners can expect a substantial reduction in heat loss by up to 25%.
Our Partners, Accreditations & Awards
We operate with a number of key partners and are accredited with a number of industry standards, so you know we are a home improvement company you can trust.
In addition, we’ve been recognised with national awards including ‘Best Home Improvement Company’ by the UK Enterprise Awards three years in succession.
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We Cover Aberdeen and All Of Scotland
We here at Homeshield take great pride in its position as the Definitive Home Improvement Service of Aberdeen. Where customer care and satisfaction are central to the ethos within the organisation.
We can make an appointment for one of our sales representatives to visit your home when it is convenient for you. During which, They will help you select the best products for your project and provide a free quote. All of our products are perfectly fitted by local, fully qualified professional installers. So why not choose our service today.
Aberdeen Double-Glazing - FAQs
Here are some of our frequently asked questions by our customers in Aberdeen.
We provide a range of home improvement services covering the whole of Aberdeen. We have expertise in a number of areas including windows and doors, conservatories, garden rooms, roughcasting and solar panel installations and entire system set ups. We can help you approve the appeal of your home and at the same time boost your energy efficiency to keep your energy bills in check.
Due to the technology placed within double-glazed windows, there are a lot more ways of disrepair and dysfunctionality occurring aside from the usual chips and cracks. Here are a couple of ways you can gauge their effectivity – to ensure your Aberdeen windows work at peak performance.
One thing to watch out for is condensation. Whilst condensation on the outside surfaces of the window can be hard to avoid, there shouldn’t be any at all between the panes. If you notice that condensation has begun to drip inside the window, then that is a sign that the insulation protection has failed. There are a couple of reasons this could be, but usually, it’s the failure of the seals on the edges of the window. When they fail, moisture can enter the space between the window panes.
Another way to tell if your windows need a repair is if you feel a draught. This is a sign of the window’s failure to close properly, or much like the last option, the seal has failed – although to a much larger extent. Identifying the source of the problem should be done through an inspection of both areas.
The fact of the matter is, the UK has been hit with price hikes across the board, but nowhere is this more recognisable than in the Energy crisis, which hits colder areas, such as Aberdeen, much harder than most regions. Many homeowners in lower income brackets have found themselves having to choose between the comfort of their own homes or being financially crippled.
With our range of windows installed, homeowners will find that their windows will end up paying for themselves over time. Up to £200 a year is saved just purely through energy via windows. So with this in mind, double-glazed windows are one of the best home improvements you can make.
Listed buildings are buildings that have been recognized as having either historic or architectural significance, and they number more than 350,000. These buildings are protected by UK law and require permission from the local planning authority.
As for whether you can install our windows in a listed building, this is entirely up to the local planning authority to that you bring the proposed installation. The likelihood of having it approved depends on the grade of the listed building, the purpose of the change, the materials, accessibility, and the impact it will have on the original style of both the building and the windows themselves.
Buildings are divided into three grades, Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II:
- Grade I: These buildings are prestigious, with a high amount of public, cultural and national significance. The craftsmanship of the building is highly acclaimed, and as a result, is protected to a large degree by the government. Even if the proposed changes are approved, they are likely to come with demands to make them sympathetic to the original vision. Examples of Grade I buildings include Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Royal Bank of Scotland, Hamilton Court etc.
- Grade II*: These buildings are regarded with a special interest in the nation, although mostly by the region that its placed in. Examples of Grade II buildings in the UK include Scotland Street School Museum, the Clifton Suspension Bridge and St Pancras Station.
- Grade II: These buildings are regarded by a significant portion of people as being special, mostly as a result of their architectural integrity and style. These are the most common type of listed buildings in the UK by far, making up 92% of listed buildings, and can even include residential buildings that people live in. Examples are wide-ranging, from levels of importance as the House of Parliament, to a pair of mills in Cheshire that were converted into flats.
As a general rule, it’s much easier to have a proposed change passed in Grade II* or Grade II building than a Grade I, especially when the energy-efficient new windows replace older, inefficient ones. Overall, one of the most important things to keep in mind when installing these windows in Listed Buildings as historic as Aberdeen is that the aesthetics are not disturbed.