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Secondary glazing

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  • Sliding Secondary Glazing
  • Secondary glazing with horizontal slide functionality
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  • Secondary Glazing Units

Secondary glazing is an additional glazed panel that fits on to the frame of your existing windows, providing an extra layer of insulation, without impacting on the aesthetics of your home.

Our secondary glazing uses aluminium frames, for incredible aesthetics, slim sightlines and better thermal performance.

Enhanced energy efficiency

A cost-effective way of enhancing the thermal and acoustic insulation provided by a window, secondary glazing is perfect for use in properties where double or triple glazing cannot be installed easily.

The Energy Saving Trust has found that by installing secondary glazing in a property you could save around 10% on the cost of your heating bills.

Secondary glazing features

  • Provides enhanced thermal and acoustic insulation
  • Cost effective alternative to double and triple glazing
  • Perfect for properties unable to remove existing glazing
  • Installed by our expert team of specialist fitters

Available in a range of configurations

All of the secondary glazing that we offer here at Albany is available in a range of configurations to suit your needs. With everything from tilting vertical sliding windows to horizontal sliding secondary windows, there’s sure to be a configuration in our extensive range that matches what you’re looking for.
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Horizontal sliding secondary glazing

Suited to multi-pane windows with vertical bars, this type of secondary glazing slides open horizontally to provide enhanced ventilation and for easier cleaning.

Vertical sliding secondary glazing

Perfect for windows with horizontal bars, like vertical sliding sash windows, this type of secondary glazing has a tilt back function for easier cleaning and maintenance.

Are you thinking about getting secondary glazing for your existing windows? Read our blog about secondary glazing vs. replacement windows to see which is the best for your home.