Triple Glazing Window Installers

Make your home warm, cosy and energy efficient! Save on those heating bills and feel snug on those frosty mornings.

Triple glazing, A Rated windows, upvc windows – you’ll hear many terms being used to describe your new windows.

We install triple glazing to the very highest standards and can evidence each specification and even evidence the glass in your very own installation!

Our triple 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.

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What makes us different?

NO money is asked for up front. You pay the FULL BALANCE on COMPLETION!

No Deposit Required!

FREE heat loss survey

German Engineering

Secured By Design available

10 Year Guarantee

Rehau Authorised Partner

Ultion and Yale Locks

High performance

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About Triple Glazing

Triple glazing windows are typically 48-54mm thick and can be installed with many different window styles as well as patio doors, French doors, composite doors, and UPVC doors.

For increased insulation, soundproofing, and maximum security, our triple glazing windows are favoured in a variety of homes. Here at Re:place, we also offer a fully comprehensive 10-Year Guarantee.

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We have a variety of window styles available to best suit your preferences.
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Born in Germany · Made in Glasgow

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most common questions about double glazing.

Triple glazing is a type of window that has three layers of glass instead of the traditional two layers found in double glazing. The three glass panes are separated by air or gas-filled gaps, which provide extra insulation and soundproofing.

The main difference between triple glazing and double glazing is the number of glass layers. Triple glazing has three layers of glass, while double glazing has two. Triple glazing also has two air or gas-filled gaps between the glass panes, while double glazing only has one.

Triple glazing offers several benefits, including increased energy efficiency, better sound insulation, and improved security. Triple glazing also reduces condensation on windows and helps to keep homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

Yes, triple glazing is more energy-efficient than double glazing. The extra layer of glass and the two gas-filled gaps in triple glazing provide extra insulation, which helps to reduce heat loss and energy bills.

Yes, triple glazing is an effective way to reduce noise pollution. The extra layer of glass and the two gas-filled gaps help to block out noise, making homes quieter and more peaceful.

Yes, triple glazing is more expensive than double glazing. The extra layer of glass and the two gas-filled gaps make triple glazing more expensive to manufacture and install.

Triple glazing can be installed on most types of window frames, including uPVC, timber, and aluminum. However, the window frames must be strong enough to support the additional weight and thickness of triple glazing.

Triple glazed windows are typically around 44mm thick, compared to double glazed windows, which are around 28mm thick.

Triple glazed windows can be repaired if they get damaged, but it may be more expensive than repairing double glazed windows. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to replace the entire window.

Triple glazing can last for up to 30 years or more with proper care and maintenance. Regular cleaning and maintenance can help to extend the lifespan of triple glazed windows.