Secondary glazing has been on the market for a while. It helps make your home more energy efficient and liveable, which can save you money in the long run. Although it may seem like an unnecessary expense at first, once you see how many benefits it offers, you might want to invest in it for your home!

The benefits of secondary glazing 

Draught reduction

Secondary glazing can be a cost-effective way to keep your home cosy in winter, without having to turn up the heat or sacrifice natural light in your space. It can reduce drafts significantly which means less energy consumption and reduced heating costs.

Noise reduction

Secondary glazing reduces sound by 50-80% thanks to its insulated glass material. This makes it perfect for reducing noise pollution from traffic or construction projects nearby. If you live close to a busy street or an airport, secondary glazing is something you should definitely consider!

Increased security

Secondary glazing can help improve the security of your home by making it difficult for burglars to break in. Also, this type of glazing includes an insulated space between two layers of glass that makes noise when broken so you’ll know if someone is trying to enter your house or apartment without permission.

Easy & quick installation

The installation process is straightforward, quick and hassle-free. 

There’s no need to remove the old window, which saves time and money. This means you can plan the installation with short notice and have it completed much quicker.

In essence, secondary glazing is a great way to increase the energy efficiency of your home. It can also be used to reduce noise and eliminate drafts, which are all benefits that will give you more comfort in your own space. It is great for homes with large windows because it provides insulation from the outside temperature which makes heating and cooling more efficient.

If you’re interested in installing secondary glazing for any or all these reasons, give us a call today and our team members will help answer any questions!