Double Glazing Halesowen

High-quality Double Glazed Windows in Halesowen. We've established a firm reputation in the Halesowen area, delivering supreme solutions to multiple homes across the region.

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Double Glazed Windows Halesowen

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When you make a big financial decision you want to know that you are making the right choice. You hear the stories about rogue traders that promise the earth and don’t deliver. Reliant Windows have forged relationships over the last three decades that can’t be faked. Our commitment to providing Halesowen and the surrounding communities with comfort and security through quality double glazing is second to none. And if our record wasn’t enough, you can trust our FENSA certification to guarantee our word.


Doors and windows are the most vulnerable parts of any home, and opportunist thieves look for weak spots to take advantage of. Traditional timber frame windows and even older double glazed windows only have single locking points. These are easily broken into. Compare this to one of Reliant Windows’ durable and resilient double glazed windows. Metal reinforcement inside the frame holds multiple locking points, whilst the uPVC body resists prying. Burglars are reduced to trying to break the glass itself, which is no easy task.

You can always rely on Reliant Windows, a company that’s built a successful commercial profile with a portfolio of prestigious, successful projects. Being based in the West Midlands it makes sense to supply the local areas, an aspect which has helped us develop a trustworthy profile on the back of many positive recommendations.

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Why Choose us for Your Double Glazing Needs in Halesowen

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Houses are as unique as their owners. What might work for your neighbour doesn’t mean it will work for you. We understand that, and it’s why we offer a wide range of double glazed windows in Halesowen to rival the biggest UK retailers. Our FENSA accredited installers will custom fit your windows to match your home exactly. As members of CHAS and the Consumer Protection Association, you can relax knowing that we have worked hard to be recognised as trusted traders and an established double glazing company in Halesowen and the West Midlands.

If you want modern and contemporary windows, we can do that. If you have a period property and want to keep the traditional look, we can even offer woodgrain effect double glazing that looks vintage but comes with all modern features. And if you can’t decide, one of our helpful team will guide you through the whole window buying process, with no hard sell tactics. Our range of styles, colours and finishes is hard to beat.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is double glazing?

Double glazing refers to a window or door that is manufactured using two glass panes, at least 12mm apart, separated by argon gas which is sealed inside the gap. This structure improves thermal insulation and reduces noise.

Does double glazing stop condensation?

Condensation typically occurs when warm air comes into contact with cold surfaces, especially when there is significant humidity in the air. As double glazing allows the inner glass pane to retain more heat by better insulating against outside temperatures, it reduces the likelihood of condensation forming.

When to replace double glazing?

Double glazed windows should generally be replaced when you have one or more of the following issues: difficult to open or close, letting in cold air or outside noise at high volume, letting water in / leaking or if a lot of condensation forms on the inner surface.