Secondary glazing in the West Midlands is perfect for homes and other properties which have period features or listed status which needs to be protected. Standard double glazing is usually unsuitable for buildings like this, as it can ruin their character. This doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the benefits of double glazing in your home! Secondary glazing in the West Midlands can provide you with all the modern comforts of double glazing, while protecting your home’s features. So, when it comes to providing exceptional secondary glazing in the West Midlands, count on Panorama Windows for first class quality and service!
How Can You Benefit from Secondary Glazing in the West Midlands?
Secondary glazing in the West Midlands involves fitting a second pane of glass on the indoor side of your windows. This can reduce condensation in your home, reducing the risk of mildews and moulds developing. As well as this, it reduces noise levels from outside by up to 80%, eliminates g draughts, improving your home’s insulation by reducing heat loss by up to 65%, and can even boost your resale value! With a range of options on secondary glazing in the west Midlands, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect solution right here:
• Hinged – A hinged, single pane, offering easy access to the window
• Lift Out – A cost effective option for windows that don’t need to be accessed frequently
• Vertical Sliders – Ideal for small sash windows, common in Victorian properties
• Horizontal Sliders – Ideal for windows that need frequent access.
Don’t Hesitate to Get in Touch for More Information on Secondary Glazing in the West Midlands!
If your home is feeling a little chilly this winter and you’d like some more information on secondary glazing in the West Midlands, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team today! You can read more on how secondary glazing in the West Midlands can benefit you here. You can also request a quote if you’re ready for the next step. We also provide a range of other services, why not take a look at what we can do. We also have a handy window guide!Back to News