You’ll be laughing all the way to the bank if you take a good look at our window prices article. We’re going to go through all of the ways in which you can save huge amounts of money on your windows, and that doesn’t necessarily mean entirely replacing them, we will show you all of the tricks of the trade and how to upgrade your windows and get the most out of every penny that you spend.
You don’t need to necessarily replace your windows to get them upgraded
One of the easiest ways to save money on your windows is by repairing them rather than replacing. But you probably didn’t know that you could actually upgrade original windows as well. If you’ve got high quality timber windows then you’re fortunate that you’ve probably got an extremely beautiful property, but not just that, your going to have plenty of windows specialists that would be more than willing to work with your original windows rather than entirely replace them. They can do amazing things such as install double glazing or draught proof them.
“The first part of being able to work with your original windows is to understand that they are high quality and made of timber. They might be either hardwood or softwood and in this instance it’s always worth looking at your options” comments Brian Turner of Only Windows, the online window price comparison specialist. He goes on to say “to give you a rough idea of cost savings you might be able to double glaze original windows for around £700, but an entire replacement window with hardwood could be as much as £2500”. So there you have it, I told you that if you keep an eye on this article you’ll find some amazing ways of saving money, but don’t worry if your windows are made of plastic, we’ve got some great tips coming straight up for you too.
Sometimes UPVC windows can be excellent value for money.
Pound for pound, UPVC windows are the cheapest windows available in the UK today. You simply can’t match the cost of a simple UPVC extrusion, with high quality double glazed or triple glazed unit. They can literally start from around £250 for a brand new window and you can get some extremely impressive acoustic and thermal performance from this amount of money too.
Before you go ahead and get a double glazed unit, one and you can see the triple glazing? Acoustic laminate glazing is actually extremely efficient if you’re only looking at a fixed pane of glass. Because of the additional weight doesn’t need to be counterbalanced or held by friction stays, it means that you can have high-end glazing for a really low cost.I recommend taking a look at the 8.8 mm laminate acoustic glazing, it’s relatively well priced but provide extremely high performance in terms of reducing the amount of noise pollution in your home. Not everything’s about saving money and taking it back to the bank, sometimes it’s about making your home by more comfortable and how do you put a price tag on that?
UPVC paint to spruce up your old windows that I made a plastic that would otherwise need throwing away
One great way to get a little bit more life out of your windows if they’re made of uPVC is to take a look at some of the great paint that’s now available. Whilst you won’t get an long term repair on your windows, you could certainly get another few years of them looking pretty clean and crisp. The only problem with the UPVC paint is the fact that they’ll actually break down and begin to peel which looks really rough. If you’re in a position where your crap selling your home and just wanted to make them look as presentable as possible for that., then this will definitely be a way to go about it.
This is how to get yourself some great money saving window tips. Keep the money in the bank and make sure your windows pay and make you warm and comfortable at home.READ the POST