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Choose from a wide variety of glazing options at The Window Man Dorchester to improve energy efficiency, maintain
privacy or to keep the original appearance of your home, such as windows in heritage buildings or conservation areas.
The WindowMan Dorchester - Glazing Options
Double glazed windows
There are lots of benefits to upgrading to, or replacing old, double glazing. The main one is a warmer home at a lower cost, as double glazed windows improve thermal efficiency and reduce heat loss, helping lower your heating consumption. Other benefits include less condensation and better insulation against unwanted outside noise.
Available Window Styles
Tilt & Slide
Tilt & turn
Casement windows are the most popular style in the UK and offer typical functionality
Tilt and Turn windows can be open slightly to allow normal ventilation or fully for greater ventilation.
The Dual Swing window has the appearance of a traditional sash window yet each sash reverses fully.
Spiral Balance sliding sash windows offer traditional functionality with modern benefits.
Tilt and Slide windows operate like traditional sash windows but tilt in for safe maintenance.
Slimline double glazed windows
Where regular double glazing is not allowed, for example in conservation area properties, our slimline double glazing works just the same as standard double glazing but is more in fitting with traditional timber window appearances. This means you can enjoy a warmer, more comfortable home without sacrificing the original features of your home.
Triple glazed windows
Triple glazed windows
Adding an extra pane of glass to new windows takes energy efficiency to the next level. Triple glazing offers high thermal insulation, as well as creating a peaceful interior even if you live by a busy road or on a flight path. All our casement windows and most door styles are available with triple glazing option – please enquire for more details.
Obscure glass can be used to maintain privacy in your home or to match existing glass patterns when replacing your windows. The most common use for obscure glass is for bathroom windows but with different levels of obscurity available our pretty glass patterns will look good anywhere in your home.
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