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Double Glazing Prices in Weston-super-Mare:
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I would like to thank you for the service that you have given me over many years, this being the second house that you have completed for me. I have always been 100% satisfied with both my dealings with you and the quality of the windows and installation process, also the friendliness of the staff on the end of the phone. Visitors to our house have also complimented us on the conservatory that you fitted two years ago. Should I move again I would have no hesitation in contacting you, I would also have no hesitation in recommending you with full confidence to any person thinking of, either a conservatory or windows installation, or indeed any product that you offer. I would also recommend that on comparison of price they compare the quality of your windows against other manufacturers. I would like to thank you once again for your services and also your fitter who was a credit to your company.
Customer in Nailsea
We first used Panoramic to install a full set of windows to our house about 25 years ago. Although these windows were still giving good service and there was nothing wrong with them, we decided to change them for wood grained windows with leaded glass. We felt these would suit the house better and enhance the appearance. Knowing Panoramic to be a well established local company with an excellent reputation, we felt they were the natural choice to carry out the window installation. In fact, we didn't even think of going anywhere else. We are so delighted with our new windows that we have now ordered a conservatory from Panoramic.
Customer in Almondsbury
Panoramic were recommended to us and we were impressed by their product specification and their approach to the work. We have been very pleased with the resulting installation and we would be happy to recommend Panoramic to other prospective customers.
Customer in Shipham
As a senior salesman for a top ten Financial Company, I don't suffer pushy or inept sales people gladly. So I was pleased to discover that, unlike other window companies, Panoramic didn't employ aggressive sales techniques. Indeed, in my experience your company has always been very professional and efficient throughout the whole buying and installation process. Proof of this can be found in the fact that we have not only replaced all our windows with your company, but previously we also added a conservatory. Thanks to your whole team for a job well done
Customer in Bath
Double Glazed Windows Price List
uPVC Casement Window Prices (1 Opener)
|Casement Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|500mm x 500mm||White||£250 – £300|
|500mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£300 – £350|
|1000mm x 500mm||White||£275 – £325|
|1000mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£325 – £375|
|1000mm x 1000mm||White||£300 – £350|
|1000mm x 1000mm||Wood Grain||£350 – £400|
|1200mm x 1200mm||White||£350 – £400|
|1200mm x 1200mm||Wood Grain||£400 – £450|
Tilt And Turn Window Prices
|Tilt &Turn Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|800 x 800||White||£400 – £450|
|800 x 800||Wood Grain||£525 – £575|
|1000 x 800||White||£450 – £500|
|1000 x 800||Wood Grain||£550 – £600|
|1000 x 1000||White||£475 – £525|
|1000 x 1000||Wood Grain||£575 – £625|
|1200 x 1200||White||£500 – £550|
|1200 x 1200||Wood Grain||£625 – £675|
French Casement Window Prices
|Casement Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|500mm x 500mm||White||£450 – £500|
|500mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£575 – £625|
|1000mm x 500mm||White||£475 – £525|
|1000mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£600 – £650|
|1000mm x 1000mm||White||£500 – £550|
|1000mm x 1000mm||Wood Grain||£625 – £675|
|1200mm x 1200mm||White||£525 – £575|
|1200mm x 1200mm||Wood Grain||£675 – £725|
Bay Window Prices (3 Section)
|Casement Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|2400 x 1200||White||£1050 – £1150|
|2400 x 1200||Wood Grain||£1150 – £1250|
|2400 x 1500||White||£1125 – £1225|
|2400 x 1500||Wood Grain||£1250 – £1350|
|3000 x 1200||White||£1150 – £1250|
|3000 x 1200||Wood Grain||£1275 – £1375|
|3000 x 1500||White||£1250 – £1350|
|3000 x 1500||Wood Grain||£1375 – £1475|
uPVC Sash Window Prices
|Casement Window Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|500mm x 500mm||White||£525 – £600|
|500mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£625 – £700|
|1000mm x 500mm||White||£600 – £700|
|1000mm x 500mm||Wood Grain||£700 – £800|
|1000mm x 1000mm||White||£625 – £725|
|1000mm x 1000mm||Wood Grain||£725 – £825|
|1200mm x 1200mm||White||£725 – £825|
|1200mm x 1200mm||Wood Grain||£850 – £950|
Composite Door Prices
|Composite Door Size||Door Style||Guide Price|
|900mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Arched Half Glazed||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Arched Toplight||£1000 – £1200|
|900mm x 2100mm||Solid Fire Door||£1000 – £1500|
Bi-Fold Door Prices (2 Pane)
|Bi-Fold Doors Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|1200mm x 2100mm||White||£1950 – £2150|
|1200mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£2350 – £2600|
|15000mm x 2100mm||White||£2050 – £2250|
|15000mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£2500 – £2750|
|1800mm x 2100mm||White||£2150 – £2350|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£2600 – £2850|
French Door Prices (White uPVC)
|French Doors Size||Door Type||Guide Price|
|1200mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£950 – £1050|
|1200mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£975 – £1075|
|1500mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£1000 – £1100|
|1500mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£1025 – £1125|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Fully Glazed||£1075 – £1175|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Half Glazed & Plain Panel||£1100 – £200|
uPVC Patio Door Prices (2 Panel)
|Patio Doors Size||Colour||Guide Price|
|1500mm x 2100mm||White||£975 – £1075|
|1500mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£1225 – £1375|
|1800mm x 2100mm||White||£1000 – £1100|
|1800mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£1250 – £1400|
|2000mm x 2100mm||White||£1050 – £1150|
|2000mm x 2100mm||Wood Grain||£1300 – £1150|
Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions
What Happens if I Have a Problem with my Windows or Doors?
All of the double glazing installers in our network offer product guarantees. Provided you are still covered by your manufacturer's guarantee, all you need to do is contact the installer in question and they will either repair or replace your windows and doors.
Are Double Glazed Windows Good For The Environment?
Once of the best ways of making your home more energy efficient is insulation. Double glazed windows act as another layer of insulation, helping to prevent the loss of valuable heat.
Can Double Glazed Doors be Fitted with a Pet Flap?
Depending on the style of door, a pet flap can be fitted as an extra service. The only exception is when glass panels feature on the lower half of the door.
How Much Do Doors Cost?
Your double glazed door cost will depend on specifications such as style, size, locks, glazing and door furniture. Double Glazing on The Web gives you the opportunity to create your very own unique door quote online. Start your free door quote today.
What Colour Options are Available?
There is a wide range of colour options available including both standard and bespoke colours and finishes. Aluminium windows and doors even come available in a RAL colour chart which gives you an infinite choice.
If I Use Double Glazing on the Web Who Will Fit My Double Glazing?
Double Glazing on the Web have a fully accredited network of local installers. Once you have created your free online quote we will put you in touch with up to three reputable local suppliers. Each of these suppliers will offer you a free no obligation quote and who you choose is completely up to you.
Why Should I Choose One Of Your Installers?
All installers that operate in affiliation with Double Glazing on the Web are accredited by a recognised industry body such as FENSA or CERTASS. Double Glazing on the Web vet all of our double glazing installers to make sure you receive a professional and efficient quality service.
Which Bi-folding Door Configuration is Best?
When choosing the arrangement of your bi-folding doors you need to consider the size and layout of your room. Outfolding bi-fold doors will take up less internal space when completely folded back and a left of right folding will be dependent on space available in your room.
How Long Does It Take To Install Bi-Fold Doors?
If a survey is scheduled within 48hrs then your bi-fold doors can be supplied and installed within just 6 – 8 weeks.
How Secure Are Bi-Folding Doors?
Bi-folding doors are extremely secure and are built with a high security locks as standard. Each of our double glazing installers will offer their own range of locking systems with additional upgrade options for all security conscious homeowners.
Can I Have Front Doors With Glass?
Entrance doors come in a wide range of designs for your home, including a choice of side panels and glazing. Your double glazing installer can offer you a range of front door designs with glass.
Are UPVC Doors Easy To Maintain?
UPVC doors are extremely easy to maintain and will never require re-painting or varnishing. Neither will a UPVC door rot or warp!
Do You Do Replacement Front Door Locks?
The majority of our double glazing installers do provide replacement front doors and replacement front door locks. Please call one of our advisors on: 0800 015 5679.
What Are Composite Doors Made Of?
Composite doors are made of a combination of high performing materials which is why they are so strong and incredibly long lasting. The composite door is made from: reinforced UPVC, fibreglass skin, high density foam and a water resistant composite materials.
Do Composite Doors Fade?
Composite doors feature a tough and durable skin where colour runs throughout rather than a simple surface coating. This means a composite door is not likely to wear or fade like the majority of painted doors. A composite door is very long lasting which also reduces the amount of maintenance required to keep it looking in top condition.
Do Composite Doors Need Painting?
Composite doors do not require re-painting. These low maintenance doors feature a water resistant GRP, coloured skin which keeps a pristine appearance year after year.
Do Composite Doors Warp?
A composite door will not warp like wood and won't require regular painting.
Can I Get Composite Side Panels?
Composite doors are available with matching composite side panels, your installer will offer you a choice of colours and glazing.
Is Every Composite Door Different?
There are different qualities to every composite door and they will vary between manufacturers depending on materials used. At Double Glazing on The Web we only put you in touch with the highest quality suppliers and installers.
Can I Choose Custom Glass?
You can choose from a wide range of custom glass. Your double glazing installer will offer you a choice of glass types and glazing designs so you can choose custom glass for your windows, doors or conservatory.
How Much Do Composite Doors Cost?
The cost of a composite door will be dependent on several factors such as the composite door style, composite door colour, size, composite door hardware and composite door security extras. The fastest way to get a composite door price is online with our door cost calculator.
What Do Stable Doors Look Like?
These country style doors offer charming aesthetics and are a stylish alternative to standard back doors, stable doors a great choice for any kind of property. This door is split in two halves which open independently from one another as well as function as a whole. Whether you are after a traditional stable door or more contemporary design with modern glazing, your double glazing installer will be able to offer you a wide range of options for your property.
Are UPVC Stable Doors Made To Measure?
Your UPVC stable door will be made to measure and tailored to your specifications given to your double glazing installer.
How Much Do UPVC French Doors Cost?
UPVC French door prices will depend on your personal requirements and specifications such as size, style and glazing. To get an average French doors cost use our door cost calculator for a free online quote.
Are UPVC Patio Doors Secure?
UPVC patio doors can be fitted with a choice of high security locks to make them extra secure. You can also choose from a range of glazing styles to further enhance the strength of your patio doors.
Do I Need Planning Permission For Patio Doors?
You may require planning permission for double glazed patio doors if you have a listed building or happen to live within a conservation area. Visit the V for more information.
How Do Sliding Patio Doors Work?
UPVC sliding doors operate on a smooth, easy glide system which allows for effortless transition. They are attached to metal or vinyl tracks which are fitted to the top and bottom frames and plastic rollers are added to ease the movement.
How Do Slide and Swing Doors Operate?
A multi-pane door with individual panes slides on a single track with no loss of space. Panes are able to operate individually with no visible hinges or hardware. The slide and swing door can open up spaces between rooms or between home and garden or even conservatory.
How much is double glazing per window?
Double glazing prices per window can vary from around £150 to £600 depending on the specification. The window style, type of glass, frame colour and handles are all contributing factors. To find out the true double glazing price per window it is a good idea to get a number of quotes to compare.
What is the average cost to double glaze a house?
The average cost to double glaze a house will depend on the size of your house and the number of windows. To double glaze a flat or apartment it will probably cost around £2,000. The average cost to double glaze a house is usually between £4,500 to £7,500. If you collect a number of double glazing quotes you will be able to compare companies and prices.
Is double glazing expensive?
Double glazing can be an affordable addition for many homeowners. The price you pay can depend on the quality of the windows and the energy ratings. Other factors are the style of the windows, the colour of the frames and the type of glass. Why not get an online double glazing quote to get an idea of the price.
Is double glazing easy to break?
Double glazing is a strong option for windows compared to single glazing. The frames are durable and there are high security locking options. As double glazing is made from glass it is possible to break however you will have to exert quite a bit of force to do this. This is practically impossible to do without making a noise.
How much does it cost to replace a front door?
The price of a new front door will depend on the type and style of door you choose. The cost of a replacement uPVC front door can be as little £600 or as much as £1,200. Composite doors can start from around £800 but can cost around £1,500. The type of glass, extras and locking system you choose will affect the price of a front door. Get an online quote for uPVC front doors and composite doors to get a good indication of the cost.
How much should you spend on a front door?
The amount you spend on a front door will depend on the type of door you are looking for. uPVC front doors are generally cheaper than composite doors and can cost as little as £600. Composite doors start from around £800 to £1,000. If you choose more bespoke glass option or door accessories you can pay as much as £1,500 to £2,000. We recommend getting a number of quotes to see the different options that are available and compare front door prices.
How much does a cheap door cost?
A cheap uPVC door can be as little as £500, especially if you are looking for a back door. Front doors tend to be more expensive than back doors and cheap ones will start from around £600. Cheap composite doors usually start from around £800 to a £1,000. The locking system and glass options you choose will also affect the price of the door.
Which front door material is best?
There are several options when it comes to front door materials. The three most popular are wood, uPVC and composite. The material you choose will depend on what you are looking for. Wooden doors tend to be more expensive but offer a traditional style. In some instances, such as on listed buildings and in conservation areas it may be a requirement that the front door is wooden. uPVC doors are a cheaper option. They are energy efficient and durable but lack a traditional appearance. Composite doors are perhaps the best of both worlds as they are durable, low maintenance and replicate the traditional look of timber.
Are composite doors cheaper than uPVC?
Composite doors are usually more expensive than uPVC doors. This is because they are made from a number of materials rather than just uPVC plastic. They will often have a wooden internal frame and insulating filling. They emulate the traditional look of wood and are available in a multitude of styles and colours. uPVC door are generally cheaper but are a good durable and low maintenance option if you are on a budget.
What Does Double Glazing Do?
Double glazing makes your house more energy efficient, keeping heating in and keeping the cold out during winter months. During summer months, it helps keep the hot air out, keeping your house cooler. It also works to insulate sounds from busy areas and roads, leaving your house more peaceful and quieter.
Does Double Glazing Block Sound?
Double Glazing not only provides heat insulation but it also provides sound insulation too. Double glazing is perfect for houses in busy areas and streets.
How Do I Know If My Double Glazing Needs Repaired?
There are four tell-tale signs that your double glazed windows need repair or replaced: There are chips and cracks in the panes of glass; there is condensation (misted windows) between the two panes of glass; the window allows cold air through; water begins to seep through the frame. If your double glazing does any of these things, you may need to get your double glazing repaired or replaced.
Is uPVC Flammable?
No, uPVC isn’t flammable and is actually a fire retardant.
What Can Cause Double Glazing To Crack?
Double glazing can crack for what appears to be no particular reason at all. A sealed window unit faces constant pressure either side of the glass, however, most of the time double glazing is strong enough to deal with this. Winter can be one of the worst time for cracked glass as the difference of temperature on either side of the glass stressing it to the point it can crack.
Should I Double Glaze My Windows?
Double glazing works to make your house more energy efficient saving you money on your heating bills. Double glazing also provides sound insulation which is perfect if your house is situated near busy roads and noisy areas. Double glazed windows are also tougher and harder to break than single glazing windows making your house more safe and secure.
How Do I Know If My Double Glazing Needs Replaced?
Double glazing will need replaced after a while due to the nature of the design – the gas that separates the two window panes slowly leaks out over time meaning the energy efficiency of your window is compromised. If your double glazing allows cold spots; water to seep through the frame; has cracks or chips in the window or has a build-up of condensation between the two panes of glass (misted windows), you should probably look into getting your double glazing replaced or repaired.
How Long Does Double Glazing Last?
It is important to note that the argon gas that separates the panes of gas, giving double glazing its energy efficiency will eventually leak out overtime. Double glazing has an average life span of about 20 years, however, this can vary depending on materials used and the installation.
Is Double Glazing Worth It?
Double glazing helps make your home more energy efficient as it prevents the loss of heat. During the summer, it helps to keep the heat out of your home. It provides your home with sound insulation which is perfect for houses that are in busy areas and streets. Double glazing also makes your home safer and more secure.
Is Double Glazing Easy to Break?
No, double glazing is not easy to break which means your home will be more secure. When attempting to smash double glazing often what happens is that the first pane of glass and the second will remain intact. This is due to the argon gas working as a shock absorber. This will mean the smash is very loud but unsuccessful on the first attempt.
What Is A Composite Door?
A composite door has the aesthetic of a wooden door, however, it has the practicality of a uPVC door meaning it will not warp like traditional timber. A composite door is very strong and secure as it is made up of uPVC, wood, insulating foam and glass reinforced plastic.
How Long Does It Take To Install a Composite Door?
It will take one or two installers between three to four hours to install a single composite door.
Are Composite Doors More Expensive Than uPVC?
Typically, yes. A composite door is more expensive than its uPVC counterpart due to the nature of how it is manufactured. Please refer to our pricing guide below to see the difference.
What Is The Difference Between French Doors and Patio Doors?
Patio doors originally related to the style of door that slides open but now has become a blanket term for other doors including French doors. French doors are hinged doors that swing outwards and, when open fully, allow access to all the space of the installation.
How much does it cost to install a window?
The prices given in our pricing tables, our online quotes and our costing calculators reflect the price of the window itself as well as the cost of installation. For example, a 500mm x 500mm casement window will cost between £150 and £175 including the cost of installation.
How much does it cost to double glaze a 3 bed house?
On average a double glazed window will cost between £350 and £400, with a uPVC door typically costing £600. This means that double glazing a 3 bedroom semi can cost between £3500 and £5000.
How much do composite doors cost?
Composite doors are a great alternative to traditional timber doors and offer unparalleled thermal efficiency, security, durability and thermal performance. They are also extremely weatherproof. Composite doors consist of an insulating core that is designed to keep warm air trapped inside your home, while keeping cold air outside. This can save you a significant amount of money on your heating bills over time. The insulating core is covered with a durable and hard wearing skin which makes the composite door extremely rugged and weatherproof. Composite doors are available in a range of colours and can be customised further with decorative glass and practical additions such as cat flaps. As composite doors are a top of the range product, prices do start high. Prices for composite doors begin at £1000, increasing to £1500 depending on your choice of glazing. However, if this fits into your home improvement budget, the composite door is a fantastic addition to any home.
Should I replace my old sash windows?
Sash windows are a key feature for many traditional period buildings. Sash windows were traditionally built using timber, which is fairly high maintenance and has a tendency toward rotting and warping. Over time, these windows can become draughty and insecure. uPVC sash windows are a great way to experience the benefits of modern double glazing, without sacrificing the aesthetic of your home. uPVC sash windows will not rot or warp and require little maintenance. They are also thermally efficient, which means that your home will not require as much heating.