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Enhance comfort and save on energy bills with our A+ rated double glazing units
Trust Homeshield Scotland to install your new double-glazing in Glasgow, and boost your home’s comfort and reduce heat loss. With energy prices at high levels, there has never been a better time to upgrade.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a trusted double glazing company offering level of service better than Homeshield. With custom manufactured new windows and highly skilled fitters, we’re a fantastic choice for households in the Glasgow area and beyond.
You can give us a call on 0800 611 8118 or pop in and visit the team at 515 Lawmoor St, G5 0TT, Glasgow
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Double Glazed Window Styles
Benefit from Homeshield Glasgow's Double-Glazing Expertise
Keep 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 offer the height of what science has to offer. Prevent heat from leaving via your windows and limit the heat transferring indoors during hot weather.
With Homeshield Scotland’s Double Glazing Windows, you’ll experience the highest quality thermal performance.
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Homeshield Scotland's Double-Glazing Features
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.
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.
Homeshield Scotland - Double Glazing FAQs
Here are some of our frequently asked questions by our customers.
Double glazing is a type of window setup that allows for two panes of glass within a single frame, separated by a gap filled with a gas that has high insulation ability. This slows the movement of heat from inside the house to the outside, as well as noise coming in from the outside, allowing you to live in peace.
Double glazing can be installed within a range of different types of windows and doors, including French doors, patio doors, upvc doors, and also specialist windows etc.
Choosing to replace your single-glazed or old double-glazed units saves you money from day one. In fact, choosing Homeshield double-glazing could reduce your heating costs by up to 20% – saving a significant amount of money each year
High-Quality Energy Efficient Materials
Up to 80% of a double-glazing unit’s energy loss occurs at the glass edge, however, our windows come fitted with a warm edge spacer with advanced composite construction. This makes windows in Glasgow shine due to the cold weather that is notorious in central Scotland.
Lower heat loss at window edges makes our glass 3-4°C warmer, cutting condensation by up to 80%. In addition, due to the use of high-performance gaskets, our double glazing reduces noise pollution too.
Robust and Resistant
Our windows feature innovative Q-Lon weather seals. Offering high-quality windows with exceptional performance over a wide temperature range, the unique construction actively absorbs noise pollution, increasing acoustic insulation. Immune to rot, mould, mildew, UV, and ozone, CFC-free Q-Lon weather seals will last the lifetime of a window.
Both styles of windows in Glasgow will serve the same vital purpose – reducing both heat loss and noise pollution. However, they differ in style and installation method.
Double Glazing has a pocket of insulated air in the middle of the two panes of glass and are installed as a complete unit. Secondary glazing, however, is installed by adding the second pane of glass, or alternatively a plastic panel, to a single-glazed window on the interior side. This panel creates a gap filled with air between the original pane and the new one.
Of the two formats of glazing, it’s widely accepted by double glazing companies in Glasgow and beyond that double glazing is more effective than secondary glazing. The reason for this is that the insulating gas is more than just air, it’s often argon or krypton, which is far more effective and protects against energy loss. On top of that, it comes together as a professionally constructed unit, meaning it is ensured to have a tight seal made up to industry standards.
That being said, secondary glazing does have an advantage in that it’s less intrusive, meaning that it’s far more likely to be accepted in listed buildings, or other areas that have similar protections.
We offer a range of of options for double glazing in Glasgow, and some of the most popular include:
Our vertical sliding sash windows combine the elegance of a traditional sash window with the benefits of modern materials. Manufactured from uPVC they are strong and will not rot, warp or require repainting; ensuring your new windows retain their colour and shape throughout the years.
Tilt & Turn Windows
The Tilt and Turn window allows you to enjoy the key benefits of a truly versatile product, offering both aesthetic and practical options. Tilt and turn windows are available in a number of style options, allowing larger opening areas to be achieved for fire-safe escape openings.
Our range of double-glazing casement windows is our most popular design, offering security, and energy efficiency. All of our windows are available in a multitude of stylish designs and finishes to enhance the look of your home. Whatever style you go for, you’ll find your new windows aren’t just pleasing to the eye, they’re practical too.
As strange as it may sound, the answer is yes. Double glazing is not built specifically for this purpose, of course, but due to its high degree of control over what manages to travel in through your windows, outside pollutants and other such triggers can be prevented from entering your home.
On top of this, the temperature control alongside the anti-condensation measures means that the moisture that would otherwise enter your home. Having a dry home means fighting against mildew, mould, and other bacteria that grow in the moist that have foul effects on the lungs.