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With this double glazing price guide, you can learn what’s what about windows and see what the average cost of the windows are for different property types. Remember these are average costs and costs to vary between companies and fitters so the best way know for sure is to use our FREE price finder service.

Property Type - Flats Type of Windows Frame Type Price Guide
1200mm x 1200mm Casement White uPVC Frame from £250 to £340
600mm x 900mm Sash Wooden Frame from £450 to £550
1600mm x 900mm Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £240 to £350+
Full Flat Fitted x 4 units Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £1700 to £3200+
4 units Sash White uPVC from £2500 to £4000+
4 units Casement White uPVC from £2000 to £3000+
Property Type - 2 Bed House Type of Windows Frame Type Price Guide
Single - 1200mm x 1200mm Casement White uPVC Frame from £250 to £340 per window
Single - 600mm x 900mm Sash Window Wooden Frame from £450 to £550 per window
Single - 1600mm x 900mm Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £240 to £350+ per window
Full Flat Fitted x 6 units Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £1700 to £3200+
6 units Sash White uPVC from £3500 to £5500+
6 units Casement White uPVC from £2600 to £3300+
Property Type - 3 Bed House Type of Windows Frame Type Price Guide
Single - 1200mm x 1200mm Casement White uPVC from £280 to £370 per window
Single - 1200mm x 1200mm Sash Window Wooden Frame from £450 to £700 per window
Single - 2400mm x 1200mm Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £480 to £570+ per window
Full House Fitted x 9 units Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £5000 to £10,000+
9 Windows Fitted Sash White uPVC from £8,000 to £15500+
9 Windows Fitted Casement White uPVC from £5500 to £10,000+
Property Type - 4 Bed House Type of Windows Frame Type Price Guide
Single - 1200mm x 1200mm Casement White uPVC from £280 to £370 per window
Single - 1200mm x 1200mm Sash Window Wooden Frame from £450 to £700 per window
Single - 2400mm x 1200mm Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £480 to £570+ per window
Full House Fitted x 12 units Tilt & Turn White uPVC Frame from £9,000 to £13,500+
12 Windows Fitted Sash White uPVC from £10,000 to £17,000+
12 Windows Fitted Casement White uPVC from £9,000 to £13,000+

Don’t worry, we can help you with that as we work with many local companies across Scotland and England, Ireland & Wales, but first, let’s go through what double glazing costs really are and why homeowners go daft to find the best-looking windows that will transform their home into an energy efficient household.

We’ll have a look at the average cost, the benefits and the energy efficiency value of double glazing windows and uPVC doors.

Double glazed windows serve as a protection from the weather and they keep the heat in compared to average windows, they have space in between the glass of about 20mm but that can range from Window Company to Window Company.

In between that glass you’ll find gas, yes has that serves as a sound barrier and heat container in the form of Krypton gas or Argon, Xenon gases which are surrounded by a type of glass called Planitherman or Planithermvery which is a standard glass type for homes and businesses that retain heat and work with the gas inside the window.

Heat retention around the home

UPVC windows can save you money on your energy bills, you may not notice this benefit but it’s there and that why so many homeowners go for these types of windows because this is an investment rather than a commodity.

Planitherman or Planithermvery which we mentioned above in this article also retains natural sunlight and that’s also a great benefit and it saves you turning on the heating every minute of the day in winter months.

Get Window QuotesTypes of window frames include aluminium, timber or uPVC materials

When you’re talking to glazers, they provide you with three different types of window frames, one, aluminium which it the most expensive, then a timber which is perfect for timber homes but then again they are costly because they are bespoke for every home and measured to your exact requirements.

Timber won’t last as long as uPVC because uPVC is resistant to the weather and more durable to sunlight, and uPVC is much cheaper.

Finally, you have the option of the uPVC framework and this material is the most popular because of cost and the benefits flexibility because you colure the frame to suit timber housing or whatever the theme is in your area and not to mention, it looks good.

The homeowner does have choices when it comes to windows and doors and that why all framework have different benefits and costs. If it’s prices you’re going by then uPVC is your best option and it lasts longer than traditional frames.

The benefits of double glazing for homeowners

Right, you know about the heat retention benefits so what’s next on the list and can double glazing really help you save money in the long run?

Save up to £300 a year on utility usage

Double glazed window certainly can save you money on gas bills and it’s been proven that new windows can save you up to £300 per year so you kind of get your money back after about 10 to 15 years if you look at it that way. Is it worthwhile, we think it is and you probably do to because we already know a lot about double glazed windows and the market has had a chance to perfect their products?

With a 20-year life expectancy, it’s got to be worth it!

When you pay for and install new windows you can expect a twenty-year guarantee with most local companies and some big brands and that worth paying for if you choose the right company of course. Stay away from new companies that have no experience and are just in it for the quick money.

Keep the noise down, won’t you?

Windows do work as a noise reducers because the glass material and the gases work as a defence and bounce back the noise flow from the outside world and it also makes good for privacy around your home.

What about an Energy Performance Certificate?

Many homeowners are now asking for an Energy Performance Certificate because it makes it easier to sell your home if you are ever thinking about it and it gives your windows a kind of birth certificate of approval.

The environmental benefits of new windows!

The Energy Saving Trust says that double glazing windows save around 680kg of carbon emissions every year and that’s a lot of planet beating gases being saved. So as a homeowner you are also doing your planet a huge favour and in return, your new windows save you money, keep your home private and makes your home look smashing.

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