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Double Glazing Hampshire

We are committed to providing the highest quality in Double Glazing solutions in Hampshire with guaranteed customer satisfaction. In fact, we’ve been doing it for over 50 years, serving the entire region with high-quality installations.

Typical British homes with single glass glazing can expect to lose up to 20% of their heat increasing energy consumption and resulting in higher Co2 emissions. Side effects can also include greater levels of condensation and intrusive noise. Sometimes, single glazing can also be bad for your health, as the moisture which results can encourage mould growth.

“We needed to replace five of our double glazed sealed units due to condensation between the glass. Camberley Glass & Windows were helpful and courteous from our visit to enquire about the possibility of replacement through to the job being completed. The installation was carried out professionally with everything left clean and tidy. A high standard of service and value for money. We will certainly use them again should the need arise.” – a satisfied double glazing customer in Hampshire.

Double Glazing can reduce this heat loss to an absolute minimum, keeping your home warm and reducing your energy consumption and external noise. During summer, they also help keep your home cool, plus, they are harder to break than single pane windows, helping to improve your home’s security.

In fact, surveys have shown that it is possible to reduce heat loss of up to 80% when converting a house from single to double glazing. As Southampton enjoys a relatively mild climate, with plenty of sunshine, ‘keeping the heat in’ may not necessarily be your number one priority when thinking about double glazing in Hampshire. Nevertheless, there are other reasons you should still consider uPVC windows.

As windows are one of the main sources for sound to enter your home, a Double-Glazed unit can effectively reduce the noise levels due to its design; each window has a gap between the two panes of glass which breaks up the sound waves before they enter your home. Considering just how much city centre student accommodation exists across Hampshire, this should definitely be a consideration if you’re a landlord who is thinking about replacing windows at your properties.

All of our Hampshire Double Glazed Units are available in various window frames, from traditional Sliding Sash, Bow and Bay Windows to the Artisan Coloured Collection, in both UPVC and Aluminium with an array of textures and finishes. This is good news, as many buildings within Southampton and Hampshire date back to the mid 19th century. Some are even grade I listed. With this in mind, our team of experts will work with you to identify the ideal window frame to match your property, whether contemporary or traditional.

This extensive range of units is waiting for you in our showroom, complete with advisors offering free advice at no obligation.

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Hampshire Double Glazing FAQs

Why can Single Glazing be Bad for Our Health?

It’s prone to condensation, which can result in mould spores which cause respiratory problems and allergic reactions.

Do I need Planning Permission to Replace Windows in a Listed Building?

Windows should only be replaced if the existing units are beyond repair. They must be ‘like for like’, otherwise, listed building consent will be required.

What Styles of uPVC Window are Available?

A wide range are available, like casement windows, vertical sliding sash windows, modus windows, reversible windows and tilt and turn windows. So you’re bound to find something that suits the style of your property.

How do Double Glazed Windows Reduce Noise?

Because double glazing is made up of two panes of glass, there is a space in between which acts either as a vacuum or is filled with argon gas. These act as a barrier which reduce the amount of noise coming into your home.

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