UPVC windows - energy efficient & secure

Energy efficient UPVC windows

Our energy efficient UPVC windows will transform your home. Choose from a range of styles, both classic and contemporary, and a wide range of colour choices that mean your options are limited only by your imagination.

Manufactured in Nottinghamshire by our experts, your new windows will be made to the highest quality so you can be confident that it will look good for years to come.

 

UPVC windows – a choice for every taste and budget

For a home that is as individual as you are you can choose from a wide range of shapes, designs and colours.

Choose from eight standard colours:

  • White
  • Cream
  • Black
  • Grey
  • Rosewood
  • Irish Oak
  • Golden Oak

But if you fancy a sprayed product then the colour possibilities are endless. Whichever you choose, your UPVC windows will have an easy-to-clean high gloss finish.

Our designs range from the traditional sash vertical slider to the more contemporary casement window and are complemented by a choice of window accessories in classic and modern styles.

 

UPVC windows – environmentally friendly and energy efficient

Manufactured locally in our Nottinghamshire factory, our UPVC window range uses only lead-free material. Our windows achieve the highest window energy ratings and have passed all security tests with flying colours.

 

UPVC windows that are fully guaranteed

We are committed to providing you with the best possible products available, products that not only look good but are built to stand the test of time. That’s why we offer the Glazedale Guarantee – all our glass sealed units are guaranteed for 10 years from installation for the failure of hermetical seals.

Our personalised service is how we help you to make the best investment for your home and we’ll guide you every step of the way.

Give a call today to discuss your need for UPVC windows – we’re happy to help – 01773 712001.

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Cleaning and maintaining your new double glazing Keep your new double glazing in tip top condition with our simple and inexpensive tips. Cleaning glass and glazing panels There is no need to spend a fortune keeping your double glazing clean; any brand of domestic glass cleaner will do the job on your doors, windows and conservatory. Sometimes a mild detergent will also be a good idea. Cleaning handles, catches and letterboxes Your handles and door furniture simply need a damp cloth and mild detergent to keep them looking smart. But DO NOT use metal cleaners – they will remove the lacquered finish and spoil their appearance for good. Cleaning framework and sashes For general cleaning, simply use a warm damp cloth. But for road film and stubborn marks you need a specific cleaner for UPVC products (you can get a bottle from our showroom). DO NOT use abrasive or corrosive cleaners as these will damage your frames. Maintaining your double glazed windows, doors and conservatory To keep your windows and doors working smoothly, use a light machine oil hinges and all parts of the locking mechanism twice a year.

Bespoke grey framed windows for this Derbyshire home This home in Oakerthorpe, Derbyshire was originally a two bedroomed bungalow which the owners had converted into a three-storey house with an extension to make the property wider. We supplied and fitted windows and doors throughout to help the owner create the “wow” factor they desired. We used an Inox Composite Door and anthracite Grey UPVC windows manufactured & installed by us in Liniar Profile. We are particularly pleased with the shaped landing feature window which echoes the shape of the roof windows to create a very distinctive look for the property. It’s always a pleasure to use our skills in manufacturing bespoke elements such as this as we can make windows to most shapes and sizes in our Nottinghamshire factory.    

Are you losing heat through your windows and doors? Thermal imaging can show some scary things about a home – the heat loss from the front of this typical house is easy to see. And so is the difference that double glazing can make. In fact, on average, a home can lose about 20% of its heat through your windows and doors – and that is reflected in your fuel bills, year after year. That makes replacing your old windows and doors with new, double-glazed units a great investment, saving you money on your bills month in month out. And this is also be a great chance to enhance your beautiful home with the most suitable of the many different and unique window designs available for you to choose from. The benefits of energy efficient windows and doors for your home Without a doubt, energy efficient windows and doors have both immediate and ongoing benefits: Lower energy bills mean you have more money to spend on other things. Reduced heat loss mean fewer draughts which, in turn, means you have a more comfortable home. Reduced condensation on the inside of the windows makes your home more attractive and easier to care for. Improved sound insulation protects your home from the noises of the outside world. Better security from better constructed, more robust window and door units. Whether you choose double or even triple glazed windows and doors, you can be assured that our Liniar energy plus windows outperform most of the other leading windows in the UK. The innovative PVCu multi-chambered profile design makes them particularly high performing. The additional chambers designed into the PVCu profile when its manufactured prevent less cold air entering your home, and ensure that less warm air leaves it. Liniar windows and doors can achieve an ‘A+’ rating, better than most of its competitors, which means you’ll be able to enjoy warmer and quieter home as well as lower energy bill. Want to find out more? Give us a call on 01773 712001

Cleaning and maintaining your UPVC windows Keep your new double glazing in tip top condition with our simple and inexpensive tips. Cleaning glass and glazing panels There is no need to spend a fortune keeping your double glazing clean; any brand of domestic glass cleaner will do the job on your doors, windows and conservatory. Sometimes a mild detergent will also be a good idea. Cleaning handles, catches and letterboxes Your handles and door furniture simply need a damp cloth and mild detergent to keep them looking smart. But DO NOT use metal cleaners – they will remove the lacquered finish and spoil their appearance for good. Cleaning framework and sashes For general cleaning, simply use a warm damp cloth. But for road film and stubborn marks you need a specific cleaner for UPVC products (you can get a bottle from our showroom). DO NOT use abrasive or corrosive cleaners as these will damage your frames. Maintaining your double glazed windows To keep your windows working smoothly, use a light machine oil hinges and all parts of the locking mechanism twice a year.

Operating your double glazed windows Restrictor hinges Restrictor window hinges provide safety for children and prevent falls from heights. To open the window fully for cleaning, first open the window and then press the release clip on the hinge mechanism. Fire egress and easy clean hinges These windows open to 90 degrees standard for fire egress. Slide the black button and then slide the whole opener towards the centre in order to clean the glass from the inside. Then simply close the window in the normal manner. Keeping your windows secure Please keep all your keys in a safe place. Never force or exert leverage on any operation and ensure that all windows and doors are secure when leaving your premises.

Energy efficient windows to keep your home warm When you are looking for new double glazed windows it’s not always easy to tell by looking at them just what the quality of the product is. UPVC windows might look similar but what is inside the frames is what makes the difference to how well the windows perform and how much energy they will save – or waste! If energy saving is an important factor in your choice of new windows, – and when 20% of your home’s heat can be lost through your windows why wouldn’t it be – you need to look at the energy rating of the windows you plan to buy. Energy efficiency is certainly important to us and that’s why, as an approved fabricator of the Liniar window profile, we offer you the most technically advanced window range available in the UK With a unique multi-chambered UPVC profile from our windows can achieve the very latest A++ energy rating, helping to retain heat within your property. Our window frames are not only beautifully designed and available in a large choice of styles & colours they also contain a huge number of hidden features to make them the most energy efficient frames you can choose. And the great news is there is still plenty of time to have your new windows manufactured locally and installed in your home before the season changes – giving you a lovely warm home for the winter. Take a look at some of our recent window installations to get a flavour of the range of styles and colours you can choose from – there’s bound to be an option that suits your home perfectly.