Keep your home warm and safe with our Thermally Efficient Double Glazed Windows. Premium Double Glazing in the West Midlands.
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Reliant Windows can provide your home with the latest in double glazing and triple glazing units. Areas that we fit in, include Birmingham, Wolverhampton and the wider West Midlands region.
At Reliant Windows we have taken quality double glazing to an enviable level, utilising A+ Rated (Window Energy Ratings – WERs) as standard.
A combination of highly specified glass, warm edge spacer bars and argon gas to fill the void between the two panes ensures a quality interior. Coupled with premium quality uPVC frames and high security locking systems, you can rely on Reliant Windows to improve your home with stylish, secure, energy efficient double glazed windows that will add real value to your property.
Reliant’s double glazed windows are crafted to suit every building in the best possible way, making sure that the style of glass and frames is perfectly suited for your property.
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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.
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.
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.