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See unrivalled heat efficiency and save big on your energy bills with A+ double-glazing windows in Perth, Scotland.

Double-glazing windows can offer your home significant savings thanks to our window’s insulating properties. You can also save up to £2,500 by recycling your old windows and doors with us. Our high-performance, secure windows are a wonderful addition to any home. And they come in a variety of styles, too…

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Double-Glazed Window Styles

At Homeshield, we provide a wide range of windows to suit different needs and preferences…

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Casement Windows

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Tilt & Turn Windows

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Keep Warm All Year Round with premium Double-Glazing Windows.

Our windows are all designed using the latest technology to ensure that they’re cutting edge. Designed with your comfort in mind, they’re capable of pulling in heat from outside whilst stopping heat from escaping. 

With our top-performing double-glazed windows, you’ll see a number of key benefits, including:

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Thermally-Efficient Homeshield Double-Glazing Perth

At Homeshield, we work hard to ensure our windows are thermally efficient. Not only do our windows look great, they do great, too, helping you save on heating bills. 

Warm Edge Spacer

A warm edge spacer is designed to reduce the thermal bridge from outside your home to inside, preventing the temperature from escaping at the glass edge.

Weather Seals

The Q-Lon seals we use offer even more protection from the outside elements as they seal our windows against the weather.

Multi-Chamber Frames

Multi-chamber constructed frames are premium quality because the sealed air between their construction insulates against both hot and cold weather, protecting your home year-round.

Pilkington Glass

Homeshield’s double-glazing windows use Pilkington glass, the industry leader in thermal efficiency, security, and protection against the elements.

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint With Double-Glazing Windows Perth

The less your heating is on, the better it is for the planet. That’s just a fact. So anything you can do to heat your home less, the smaller your carbon footprint becomes. Our double-glazed windows are specifically designed to help you keep hold of heat inside your home for longer, and prevent the cold from entering, meaning less time spent heating your home, and more time spent moving towards a greener future. 

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Take a look at our range of double-glazing installations below for an idea of how stylish your windows can look. Whatever your needs, we can accommodate you..

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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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Double-Glazing Perth FAQs

Here are answers to some of our most frequently asked questions…

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.

Double glazing can be installed within a range of different types of windows, including casement windows, sash windows, tilt and turn windows, and other specialist windows.

Due to the technology placed within double-glazed windows, there are a lot of ways in which things can eventually fail or go wrong, aside from the usual chips and cracks. Here are a couple of ways you can gauge the performance and status of your double-glazed windows and doors.

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 and this can affect the energy efficiency of your home.

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, that the UK has been hit with price hikes across the board, but nowhere is this more recognisable than in the energy crisis. Many homeowners in lower income brackets have found themselves having to choose between the comfort of their own homes or being financially strained.

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 thermal energy efficiency via windows. So with this in mind, double-glazed windows, or even triple-glazed windows, are some of the best home improvements you can make when you want to improve your comfort and impact on energy bills.

We're based in Glasgow​

We are located in the heart of Glasgow, but unlike many other home improvements companies, we cover all of Scotland. With high levels of customer satisfaction and many happy customers, get in touch with our friendly team today and see how we can transform your home with replacement windows and save you money!

Casement Windows

Casement windows are single or double-panelled windows that are hinged both horizontally and vertically. 

Available in a range of materials, the most popular being uPVC, timber or aluminium, depending on the style or era you are trying to achieve.

Casement windows can be specifically customised with features like decorative glass and clip-on Georgian bars in a range of finishes.

Available in a range of colours.

Sash Windows

Sliding Sash windows have the appearance of timber, however they perform more akin to uPVC material. 

Being long lasting and requiring very little maintenance, their appearance evokes the classical eras of Victoria and Edward, making them a great option for period properties. 

Available in a range of colours.

Reversible Windows

Reversible windows are modern and unique options for the home. They rotate for easy cleaning and security, whilst also letting in fresh air without catching curtains or blinds in the interior. 

As a smart solution for ventilation , they providing  a stylish and modern twist to home glazing. 

Available in a range of colours.

Tilt & Turn Windows

Tilt and Turn windows are easy-to-use windows that allow you to open them from different angles. 

This allows easy ventilation without the need to swing the window ajar, making cleaning easy and saving space. 

Available in a range of colours.

Bay Windows

Bay windows are a stylistic type of window that involves creating and forming an arc or polygonal shape in the structure. 

This multi-panel design gives off a premium and luxurious feel that signals sophistication and comfort and provides the feeling of having more space in the room, resulting in higher comfort. 

Available in a range of colours.

Flush Windows

Flush windows combine a sleek, unintrusive design as the windows sit flush within the frame. 

They are smooth and provide an uncluttered appeal. This choice of windows is perfect for those who pride themselves on punctuality and neatness. 

Available in a range of colours.

Cottage Windows

Cottage windows are characterised by a design that comes off as quant and traditional, often giving off a simple countryside vibe. 

This rustic charm will perfectly complement a number of traditional design choices for your home’s architecture, complete with the highest level of industry construction standards. 

Available in a range of colours.

Coloured Windows

Coloured windows refers to the frames of your window being altered through paint or tint. 

This allows for a great deal of freedom in expression, and to reflect your own personality. 

They are also used to complement other facets of your home, such as the outside architecture and decor. 

Available in a range of colours.

Secondary Glazing

Secondary Glazing differs from double glazing by adding a window inside an existing one. 

That being said, it enjoys many of the same benefits as a double-glazing window, meaning high quality insulation, noise reduction, and lowered energy bills, though is not quite as effective as double glazing.

Available in a range of colours.

Shaped Windows

Shaped windows come in shapes that differ from the normal square formation (such as arches, circles, etc.)

They bring unique personalisation to properties, allowing homeowners the option of creating points that the eye is drawn to – enhancing other features in the design.

Available in a range of colours.

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