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Secondary glazing is an effective and economical method of improving your home’s thermal and acoustic insulation. A slimline lightweight aluminium window is added to your existing window’s interior to boost its performance. Secondary glazing is available in a variety of sizes and can be designed to fit most window types.Commercial Enquiry Homeowner Enquiry
Secondary glazing is often used in listed buildings and conservation areas. It is slim and discreet and is considered a reversible alteration by conservation officers. It is the ideal solution for homes located near busy roads, airports, or in noisy city centres. At Techniglaze, we install a range of secondary glazing styles from respected manufacturer Selectaglaze. These include horizontal sliding, vertical sliding, hinged, lift-out, fixed (fire-rated), and demountable. Secondary glazing is usually installed onto single glazed timber windows. It can be designed to meet bespoke specifications to ensure a low visual impact, perfect for either residential or commercial glazing applications.Downloads Contact Us
Techniglaze secondary glazing is available in a vast arrange of colour options including over 200 RAL colours. Their durable powder coat finish is weather resistance, low maintenance, and will stay looking bright and fresh for many years. A full list of our colour options for all of our products can be found within our technical documentation. Colour tone shown may differ to actual finished product, please request a swatch if you require an accurate representation.
Techniglaze secondary glazing is available in a range of configurations to suit your style of windows. From horizontal and vertical sliding, to fixed, hinged, and lift-out casement; secondary glazing is a versatile solution to improving your window’s security and efficiency. Its semi-permanent design means that it is the perfect choice to enhance the performance of traditional windows in protected conservation areas.