Do you have an older property that has beautiful windows, which nonetheless aren’t great at preserving heat? In that case, your property could benefit from secondary glazing instead.
Designed for period properties where you wish to protect the windows, secondary glazing involves adding a casement over the existing windows. Approved by the English Heritage Society, this method can preserve your existing windows while reducing noise and improving your levels of insulation.
Secondary glazing is usually permanent but it can also be added a temporary measure if needed. Double glazing is usually more expensive than secondary glazing because, with the latter, you don’t need entirely new units fitted.
Unlike double glazing, it also won’t need planning permission, which is another reason it’s popular with people with older properties.
When you’re thinking of getting secondary glazing in Surrey, look towards BJB Windows for an affordable company in the home improvements market.
BJB Windows can install your secondary glazing to the highest standards, working with both domestic and commercial customers in Surrey.
If you’re interested in secondary glazing, simply get in touch today.