Replace Conservatory Glass
The Advanced Group glass replacement system will typically keep an unheated conservatory comfortable for a greater part of the year, much better than ordinary double glazing, allowing you to make the most of your conservatory all year round. Most conservatories fitted with glass prior to 2004 can benefit and to replace conservatory glass using the Advanced Group system which has so many benefits.
Replace Conservatory Glass and improve the comfort of your conservatory
Prevents more heat escaping in the winter.
Energy saving coating lets the sun’s rays through.
Reflects warmth back into the conservatory.
Eliminates cold spots & reduces unsightly internal condensation.
Reducing Heat from the Sun in the summer
Replace Conservatory Glass in Scotland
We are all too aware of the Scottish climate and the changes that happen on a daily basis. For example having too much heat or light enter through the window during the warmer months can present as much of a problem as trying to keep heat in during the colder ones. Anyone who has installed a conservatory on a South facing wall will testify to the high temperatures they have to endure. Fortunately if you replace conservatory glass you do not have to sacrifice good energy efficiency to reduce the heat from the sun because here at the Advanced Group we have managed to combine both in one product.
The first thing to consider when thinking about replacing glass in an existing conservatory is having a proper survey done. This will allow us to loo at the existing frames and see for example if they will be strong enough to take the new glass. To replace conservatory glass contact us The Advanced Group today,by filling out our request a quote form on the website which will be sent direct to us here or by calling us free on 0800 316 7981!
Money well spent
"I was broken into and the door was badly damaged. The original door was cheap so I purchased a 40mm UPVC door from The Advanced Group. The quality difference is night and day and this door will definitely withstand a kicking. Money well spent."
Mrs Allan - Dalkeith Feb 15, 2015