Acoustic Glazing Windows

Make your home warm, quiet, cosy and energy efficient! Save on those heating bills and get a great sleep behind our noise reducing glass.

Acoustic glazing, sound-proof glass or noise reducing windows – you’ll hear it referred to many ways. We are proud of the phenomenal feedback we get after installing our acoustic glazing. It is still A Rated so you don’t have to compromise any energy performance and is available as double glazing or triple glazing.

We install acoustic glazing to the very highest standards and can provide numerous customer referrals detailing their delight of the noise reduction.

Our acoustic glazing is A+ Rated but we prefer to speak in u-value; the same language that can be found within the Scottish Building Regulations.

Our range of high performance low-emissivity glass incorporates the very latest advancements in thermally insulating glass coating technology. It is renowned for its extremely neutral appearance and very effectively reflects long-wave heat radiation back into a room, thus minimising heat loss through a window while also maximising solar heat gain and natural light.

About Acoustic Glazing

Our acoustic glazing is 28mm or 44mm thick and can be installed within casement, tilt and turn or sliding sash window opening styles. It can also be fitted within sliding patio doors, French doors and upvc doors.

Acoustic glazing can be installed into a wide variety of homes and come with a fully comprehensive 10 Year Guarantee.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or to find out what offers we have on.

Other Services

We have a variety of window styles available to best suit your preferences.

See our different windows below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most common questions about double glazing.

An acoustic window is a type of window that is designed to reduce the amount of noise that enters a building from outside. It is typically constructed using multiple layers of glass with varying thicknesses, as well as air gaps and special seals to absorb and block sound waves.

Acoustic windows work by reducing the transmission of sound waves through the window. This is achieved through the use of multiple layers of glass, air gaps, and special seals that absorb and block sound waves. The thicker and heavier the glass, the better the window will be at reducing noise.

Acoustic windows are typically made using a combination of glass, laminates, and special acoustic seals. The glass used in acoustic windows is often thicker and heavier than standard glass, and may be laminated or tempered for added strength. The acoustic seals used around the window frame are designed to absorb and block sound waves.

The main difference between a standard window and an acoustic window is the level of noise reduction that they provide. Standard windows are typically designed for visual clarity and energy efficiency, but they do not provide much in the way of noise reduction. Acoustic windows, on the other hand, are specifically designed to reduce the amount of noise that enters a building.

Acoustic windows are very effective at reducing noise, but the amount of noise reduction that they provide will depend on a number of factors, including the thickness of the glass, the size of the air gap, and the quality of the acoustic seals. In general, acoustic windows can provide up to 50-60 decibels of noise reduction.

Yes, acoustic windows can be used in both residential and commercial buildings. They are often used in areas that are affected by high levels of noise pollution, such as near airports, highways, and busy streets.

Yes, acoustic windows can also provide thermal insulation, depending on the materials used in their construction. The multiple layers of glass and air gaps in acoustic windows can help to reduce heat transfer between the inside and outside of a building, which can help to improve energy efficiency and reduce heating and cooling costs.