Window Glazing Options

We offer a wide range of double and triple glazing options, for all of the windows that we supply and fit.

Our Comprehensive Range of Double and Triple Glazed Glass Options

At Advanced Exterior Plastics, we understand the importance of selecting the perfect glazing for your windows. It's a decision that can significantly influence your property's aesthetics, energy efficiency, security, and overall comfort.

Thermally Efficient, Energy Saving Glass

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At Advanced Exterior Plastics, we offer a comprehensive range of double and triple glazing options, and all of our windows come with A rated glass as standard. A+ and A++ glazing options are also available. Homes that upgrade their old, inefficient windows, with new thermally efficient A rated or above windows, can see significant savings on heating costs.

Our Comfort Plus solar glass features a special invisible coating, that helps to blocks out external heat from the sun, while keeping your home's internal heat in, and blocking harmful UV rays. It's advanced acoustic properties, also means that it provides increased noise reduction.

What Is Double Glazing?

Double glazing, also known as insulated glazing, consists of two glass panes separated by a spacer filled with either air or an insulating gas, such as argon or krypton. This design creates an insulating barrier that reduces heat transfer and improves energy efficiency.

Advantages of Double Glazing v Single Glazing:

  • Enhanced Energy Efficiency: Double glazing helps maintain indoor temperatures, reducing the need for heating or cooling, thus saving energy and lowering utility bills.
  • Improved Sound Insulation: The multiple layers of glass provide better noise reduction, making it quieter inside your property.
  • Enhanced Security: Double glazing adds an extra layer of protection against break-ins.
  • Condensation Reduction: The insulating layer minimizes condensation on the interior glass surface.
  • UV Protection: It offers some UV protection, preventing furniture and fabrics from fading over time.
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What Is Triple Glazing?

Triple glazing takes the concept of double glazing a step further by incorporating three glass panes separated by two insulating spacers, typically filled with argon or krypton gas. This additional layer enhances insulation and energy efficiency.

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Advantages of Triple Glazing v Double Glazing:

  • Exceptional Energy Efficiency: Triple glazing offers the highest level of thermal insulation, reducing heat loss and energy consumption significantly.
  • Outstanding Noise Reduction: The additional layer of glass enhances soundproofing, making it exceptionally quiet indoors.
  • Enhanced Security: The extra glass pane provides increased security and protection.
  • Reduced Condensation: Triple glazing minimizes condensation on the interior glass surface.
  • Superior UV Protection: It offers excellent UV protection, preserving interior furnishings.

Possible Disadvantages of Triple Glazing:

  • Higher Initial Cost: Triple glazing installation is typically more expensive than double glazing.
  • Weight: The added weight may necessitate reinforced window frames.
  • Potential Aesthetic Impact: Some may find the additional thickness less visually appealing, although this is a matter of personal preference.
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When considering whether to opt for double glazing or triple glazing, it's important to weigh the pros and cons against your specific requirements, budget, and energy efficiency goals. Both options offer substantial benefits, but the choice ultimately depends on your individual needs and priorities. Our team at Advanced Exterior Plastics is here to help you make an informed decision and provide expert installation services to enhance the comfort and efficiency of your property.

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Other Glazing Options

Our extensive array of double and triple glazed glass options is designed to cater to a wide spectrum of specific needs and preferences. Here, we delve into the details of each glazing type, their common applications and the advantages they bring to the table.

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Clear Glass

Clear glass is the most common choice for its transparent, unobstructed appearance, allowing maximum natural light to flood your space.

Common Uses: Ideal for spaces where preserving clarity and views are essential, clear glass is the standard option for most windows.


  • Maximizes natural light intake
  • Enhances the feeling of spaciousness
  • Offers a clear, uninterrupted view of the outdoors
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Frosted Glass

Frosted glass is designed to obscure visibility while allowing diffused light to penetrate, lending an elegant, muted appearance to windows.

Common Uses: Perfect for spaces that require privacy without sacrificing illumination, such as bathrooms and bedrooms.


  • Maintains privacy without compromising on illumination
  • Adds a touch of sophistication to interior spaces
  • Ideal for creating discreet, secluded areas
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Patterned Glass

Patterned glass features intricate designs or textures that provide both aesthetic appeal and a degree of translucency.

Common Uses: Serves as an artistic design element suitable for enhancing the visual appeal of windows and doors in both residential and commercial settings.


  • Infuses interiors with visual interest
  • Offers a range of patterns to suit various decor styles
  • Balances privacy with light diffusion
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Toughened Glass

Toughened glass is engineered to be exceptionally strong and resistant to shattering, making it a safety-conscious choice.

Common Uses: Essential for areas where safety is a concern, such as balconies and doors.


  • Resists shattering upon impact
  • Enhances security measures
  • Provides peace of mind in high-risk locations
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Laminated Glass

Laminated glass consists of layers bonded together with an interlayer, offering enhanced security and noise reduction properties.

Common Uses: A versatile option suitable for locations where security and noise control are top priorities, such as ground-level windows and homes near bustling streets.


  • Elevates security through multiple layers
  • Dampens noise transmission
  • Enhances safety during breakage
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Coloured Film

Coloured film is a decorative overlay that adds a splash of color to windows while providing UV protection.

Common Uses: Ideal for infusing personality and style into your property's facade.


  • Infuses personality and style into your property's facade
  • Offers protection against harmful UV rays
  • Comes in a range of hues to match your vision
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Bar Inserts

Lead and Georgian bar inserts are decorative elements that provide a classic, timeless aesthetic reminiscent of heritage architecture.

Common Uses: Often favored for heritage properties and homes with traditional architectural designs.


  • Delivers a timeless, elegant aesthetic
  • Harmonizes with classic and heritage architecture
  • Elevates curb appeal
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Self-Cleaning Glass

Self-cleaning glass features a special coating that breaks down dirt and grime when exposed to sunlight and rain, reducing the need for manual cleaning.

Common Uses: A practical choice conservatory roofs, and windows in difficult-to-reach locations.


  • Requires less maintenance effort
  • Breaks down dirt and grime when exposed to sunlight and rain
  • Preserves crystal-clear views
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Acoustic Glass

Acoustic glass is designed to minimize external noise, providing a quieter and more peaceful environment indoors.

Common Uses: Essential for locations with high noise levels, such as homes near bustling streets and commercial spaces.


  • Mitigates external noise disturbances
  • Creates a peaceful indoor environment
  • Enhances comfort and tranquillity

At Advanced Exterior Plastics, our commitment goes beyond providing top-quality glazing options. We also deliver expert installation and exceptional customer service. Every property is unique, and we're dedicated to collaborating with you to select the perfect glazing solution that exceeds your expectations and fulfills your specific requirements.

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