If you live in London and are looking to get your windows re-fitted, then you should always consider double or triple glazed. While the cold smog winters of yore are gone, London still suffers from noise pollution and of course, those cold snaps through December to February. When you’re renovating a property in such an affluent area, you want to ensure that it retains its value.
New window technology
If your property is still using old technology when it comes to how the windows have been fitted, then you could be losing out financially. Modern window technology is designed to keep heat in and prevent moisture from leaking into the home.
Both the cold air and condensation from outside can cause physical problems in your home, not to mention a spike in your heating bills. Here’s a brief guide on how new window technologies can improve your home.
Shopping for new windows is a big undertaking and investment of your time, money and energy. You want to make sure that what you chose will ultimately make you happy and your home look and feel better.
The more you know about what glass options you have for your UPVC windows the easier it’s going to be to make a decision regarding what to install.
The 1990s was undoubtedly the era which brought window-making technology into the modern era. Before the 1990s, most window manufacturers offered externally glazed windows where the glazing beads were on the outside of the frame. Before long, manufacturers were creating UPVC windows that looked just like their wood-framed predecessors with detailed graining and convincing knots in the “timber” with double or triple glazing.