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Bridgwater Double Glazed Windows & Doors

Double Glazing Bridgwater Somerset (TA5): Putting in double glazing will help to boost security, reduce noise levels and raise the energy efficiency of your home in Bridgwater. Double glazing refers to the method of making the window using 2 panes of glass with a gas filled medium, generally argon, trapped between them. Acting like an insulating material, this inert gas provides excellent thermal and sound proofing qualities for any home or property.

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If your home in Bridgwater already has older style double glazed windows fitted, and you're living with issues such as draughts or condensation, it may be a good idea to now get some new replacement double glazing to bring your premises back to 21st century standards.

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Condensation develops when small gaps appear in the seal around the glass, and heated air from inside the home is allowed to enter the gap between the glass panes. Moisture forms as the warm air makes contact with the colder external glass pane, which means that you have a condensation problem. If this is happening regularly the time may have come to replace your current windows.

If your Bridgwater property has windows with single glazing, upgrading to double glazing will see immediate improvements in the warmth and soundproofing. Upgrading to double glazing could also add extra value to your home, which of course will be advantageous should you later decide to sell up and relocate.


You can find an experienced window fitter in the Bridgwater area who will be able to source windows to match the style of your choice, and that perfectly complement your property. From period sash windows for older houses, to contemporary casement windows and patio doors, double glazing units can be found in a large selection of colours, materials and sizes.

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Opening outwards or inwards, double glazing casement windows have hinges on one side. This means that they're easier to clean, and offer the possibility of ample airflow during the summer season. For additional security, casement windows can also come in a tilt and turn design. Tilt and turn double glazed windows have a supplementary hinge to be able to open a small amount. This adds more security as they can be locked in place when only partially open to permit a cool breeze to enter the room.

To complement an older or period home in Bridgwater, you can also buy double glazed sash windows with a more traditional appearance. These can be double hung, where both of the panes can be opened, or single hung, where just one sash is moveable. In past times sash windows weren't known for their energy efficiency, but modern double glazing designs have reduced this issue and today there's practically nothing between sash windows and casement windows when it comes to thermal losses.

Helping to bring a feeling of space to a room, bay windows look amazing. If your Bridgwater home has an existing bay window, exchanging it for a double glazed equivalent shouldn't be too much of an issue. The quantity of light that it allows into a room, is the main advantage of a bay window, and it is the perfect place to install a window seat if you've got a deep sill on the interior side.

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Through the use of uPVC materials, today's double glazed units can be made in almost any colour. For a classic look you can also have wooden frames, or for that contemporary feel even go with aluminium. Aluminium windows no longer have to be a dull, grey and rather bland looking frame for your double glazing, and can easily be coloured to match your property.

You must be able to find the CE mark displayed on any new double glazing that is installed in Bridgwater homes. This mark verifies the standard of both the frame and the glass, and should be visible on the frame and inside the sealed glass unit. The CE logo is a requirement for all doors and windows produced in the British Isles and within Europe. Make sure your Bridgwater double glazing company is using CE approved materials in the manufacture of it's windows and doors, or else they may be made to less rigorous standards and using low quality materials and components. Even though these lower quality products may be acceptable in certain situations, it is recommended that you insist on guaranteed double glazing that have CE approval for your house in Bridgwater.


For your new doors and windows in Bridgwater you could ask family and friends to recommend local double glazing firms. These kinds of word of mouth recommendations can be helpful when searching for a company to give you a double glazing quote, and can frequently provide invaluable insights into the performance of a particular company. When trying to get double glazing price quotes in Bridgwater, always talk to at least three different companies, to get a selection of prices. A free, no obligation quote will be provided by an experienced double glazing fitter, so that you are able to pick the best solution for your home. Accurate measurements of your door and window frames will be taken by the salesperson, so you'll get an exact price for the job. It is always a wise idea to remember that there may be some room for negotiation on the overall price, if your entire home in Bridgwater is being double glazed.

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Once you are satisfied with a quoted price, and have decided which company in Bridgwater to use, your new double glazing doors and windows will be made-to-order at the factory. The manufacturing process could take anywhere from a few days to several weeks, and is going to depend on your frame type, the amount of doors and windows you require, the opening options and the design of window. An installation time frame can then be arranged between you and the company, which should include a provision for planning permission applications when necessary.

It may be necessary to get planning permission if your house is a listed building, is in a conservation area, is close to a National Park or has a restrictive covenant. Understanding all the legal necessities and requirements, a reputable double glazing firm will advise you of any local restrictions and will have previously conducted work in the Bridgwater area.

The time taken to install your new windows will of course depend on how many doors and windows are involved. It typically takes less than three hours to put in a regular double glazed window frame. This time will also include removing the pre-existing window, and preparing the void into which the new window will sit. In a couple of days, a typical property can be completed with hardly any disruption to you and your family.


Any double glazing company in Bridgwater worth their salt should have accreditations from the DGCOS (Double Glazing Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme), Trustmark, FENSA, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), or some other acknowledged trade body.

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Accreditations from such trade bodies signifies that the company is qualified, experienced and observes the appropriate building regulations, but does not guarantee that nothing will go wrong during your double glazing installation.

In the event of any conflict between the 2 parties, these industry organisations offer some type of guarantee or compensation schemes, in addition to company warranty, and offer impartial arbitration when needed. While the majority of double glazing work in Bridgwater is completed with no issues, it's great to know that if help is needed, it is easily obtainable.


There may be advice needed or questions afterwards, even if work has gone smoothly during your double glazing installation in Bridgwater. A quality double glazing company in Bridgwater should offer a guarantee lasting up to ten years on your new windows and doors, and also offer a troubleshooting and callout service in case anything goes amiss. You should ask beforehand to make certain the warranty includes and free repair and callout period.

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Double Glazing work can be carried out in Bridgwater and also in nearby places like: North Petherton, Chilton Trinity, Newtown, Sydenham, Stawell, Dunball, Bawdrip, Pawlett, West Huntspill, Riverside, Puriton, East Bower, Wembton, Hamp, Haygrove, Cossington, Huntworth, together with these postcodes TA6 3JR, TA6 3FB, TA6 3FJ, TA5 2FE, TA5 2ES, TA6 3DT, TA6 3JW, TA6 3LG, TA6 3NQ, TA6 3AX. Local Bridgwater double glazing services will likely have the postcode TA5 and the dialling code 01278. Checking this can guarantee that you access local providers of double glazing. Bridgwater homeowners are able to benefit from these and lots of other similar services.

The Benefits of Double Glazed Windows in Bridgwater

Double glazing is a great way to save money and maintain your home's value. These windows are made to reduce heat loss and help keep your house cooler during winter. In addition, they can help reduce your energy bills as a result of increased insulation. In addition to keeping your home cooler, double glazing also helps you reduce your carbon footprint. It pays for itself over time by reducing your energy bills, and it can increase the value of your home.

Another benefit of double glazing is that it can reduce your winter heating bill by up to 50%. This is due to the fact that double-glazed windows prevent heat from escaping through windows, which decreases the need for heating. This helps reduce your household's carbon footprint, which is good news for the environment. Furthermore, double-glazed windows are more attractive to buyers and increase the value of your property.

Condensation is a serious problem in a home. Excess moisture that accumulates on windows and doors can lead to mould and rot, affecting the house's value as well as the health of its occupants. When condensation gets worse, it can also damage the foundations of your home. To solve this problem, you should invest in double glazing for your home.

Another benefit of double glazing is that it is more difficult to break or force open from the outside. This increases the safety level of your home and discourages burglars from breaking in. Moreover, double-glazed windows also reduce the effects of excessive heat on furnishings. Since your furnishings are better protected, your home will have a higher selling price.

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Bridgwater Double Glazing Tasks

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The Primary Benefits of Double Glazed Windows in Bridgwater

  • They have a more attractive appearance.
  • They help to reduce UV damage.
  • They reduce condensation.
  • They are low maintenance.
  • They provide better noise reduction.
  • They help to reduce energy bills.
  • They are better for the environment.
  • They provide more effective insulation.
  • They provide better security.
  • They add value to your property.

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Also find: Wembton double glazing, Puriton double glazing, Riverside double glazing, Sydenham double glazing, Cossington double glazing, Huntworth double glazing, Pawlett double glazing, Haygrove double glazing, West Huntspill double glazing, Hamp double glazing, East Bower double glazing, Dunball double glazing, Stawell double glazing, Bawdrip double glazing and more. Most of these villages and towns are served by companies who do double glazing. Property owners in the area can get estimates for double glazing by clicking here.

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(This double glazing Bridgwater article was revised and updated on 08-02-2024)