We offer a substantial range of A-rated elegant and practical products, offering unrivalled energy efficiency, flexibility, and durability from traditional casement windows to the most recent ingenious tilt and turn technology, all at exceptionally competitive prices.
For more information on the benefits of secondary glazing, new window installation, or to arrange a free survey of your home by one of our specialist installers, call our expert sales group today on 0141 473 4141.
Whatever look you are going for with your home, there is a colour choice type to match, with a huge range of styles and decorative finishes available.
Developed utilising the current sustainable production methods at one of Europe’s most sophisticated extrusion centers, the substantial range of doors and windows we provide to our <a href=”/locations/double-glazing-Cowdenbeath“>Cowdenbeath</a> customers are of the highest quality possible.
All our uPVC product frames are produced utilising 80% recycled materials and are made to last, leading the double and triple glazing market into a new generation of sustainable production.
Frames play a huge part in determining the energy efficiency and weather resistance of a window or door unit, and improperly fitted frames are a major cause of heat loss and expensive energy bills for property owners across the Cowdenbeath location.
All the frames used in our products are carefully developed and built utilising a numerous internal chamber construction that functions as a barrier versus the cold outside air and prevents the heat from your home getting away.
This heat retention is vital to preventing extortionate energy costs preventing heat escaping practically as quick as your home heating system has the ability to generate it.
Our frames enable our customers to enjoy wonderful energy efficiency rankings throughout even the coldest winter seasons and are among our major factors for our windows being A rated by the BRFC.
All our double and triple glazed windows come geared up with energy reflecting glass as standard which works by transmitting solar energy from the outside to the inside of your home, whilst reflecting and retaining interior warmth.
To assist prevent condensation from forming, thermo spacer bars have also been installed to get rid of cold spots from around the edge of the glazed pane, preventing mould growth and further increasing system efficiency.
Home heating bills have escalated in the last few years, and Cowdenbeath homeowners are paying more than needed as a direct outcome of improperly installed, or improperly performing, windows and doors.
Over 20% of all the heating loss from a standard domestic home in Scotland is approximated to come from this, indicating that selecting which type of new double glazed window to set up is an extremely crucial financial choice.
Given the significant effect that energy efficiency has on your household’s finances, and the truth that finding windows with the highest possible energy efficiency can be an extremely difficult task, we understand that finding the right window for your needs is an overwhelming prospect.
For this reason, we’ve striven to create a highly energy efficient range of units for you to pick from, with our products already saving our customers hundreds of pounds every year after installation in decreased energy expenses.
The energy efficiency of a window is measured in U-Values, with the lower the U-Value, the more energy efficient it is.
Advanced’s products have a few of the most outstanding u-vales of any doors and windows on the market, with our standard double glazed windows alone offering an excellent u-value of 1.4 W/m2K (A-rated).
Our double glazing also includes the option of further decreasing this to just 1.2 W/m2K, and by using Soft Coat Xtra and Argon Gas, our triple glazing has the ability to achieve a u-value of just 0.8 W/m2K, best for those aiming to maximise their energy efficiency.
It is estimated that changing your existing windows and doors with double or triple glazed units installed by the specialists here at Advanced could conserve you as much as 40% on your yearly energy bills.
First of all, simple upgrading from conventional single glazing to double or triple glazing is a major improvement for your home security, including extra layers in between you and the outdoors, and making it a lot harder for a trespasser to gain entry.
We take security an action further at Advanced by using fully welded robust frames and internal glazing that guarantees that the protecting glazing bead can not be removed from outside of the structure.
High performance multi-point locking systems, strong hinges, and quality deals with are also fitted as standard.
If you’re searching for something a lot more secure than our standard reinforced glass, we also offer strengthened and laminated glass that can easily be fitted onto your windows.
To ensure our products are the most long lasting and robust on the marketplace, all the hardware parts in the system are salt spray testing for 600 hours before being authorized for production (3x longer than the market standard).
Casement windows have been the most popular window style in the UK for several years, and with a timeless classic design and excellent versatility, this doesn’t look like changing any time quickly.
Our casement windows can be hinged from either the side or from the top and are thought about one of the most energy efficient alternatives for nearly any property.
We carefully develop all our products to an exceptionally high standard and offer an exclusive 15-year guarantee with every installation, providing you comfort that in the not likely event that something does fail you will not be facing costly repair work costs.
Multi chambers within the frame of all our windows work to maintain heat and keep your home at the best temperature level all year long, considerably reducing the amount of energy you are squandering year on year.
All our casement windows are ‘A’ rated for energy efficiency, thanks to the market leading innovation of our heat reflecting glass.
To maximise the visible glazing location, all the glazing seals on our windows are contained inside the frame of the window, ensuring that seal rubber is hidden and does not disrupt your view.
All our frames come equipped with inbuilt channels to help with efficient drainage, and are fully sealed and leak-proof, indicating that your new uPVC doors and windows will grow throughout even the most extreme of Scottish winters.
Tilt and turn windows are a popular variation on the traditional casement window, geared up with an ingenious hinge system for supreme versatility.
One of the most significant advantages of tilt and turn windows is that they can either be opened by titling the top inwards, or by turning the window as much as 90 degrees inwards from the side.
When opened fully in the ‘turn’ position, a tilt and turn window can be utilised as a valid emergency exit option.
French windows work in the same way as french doors, with 2 openings, each opening from either side of the frame.
French windows are a stylish window option and act effectively as a fire escape when both sides of the glass are in the fully open positions.
We utilise recycled materials for as much as 80% of our uPVC frames, with the majority of our waste being processed at a recycling centre rather than being sent to landfill.
We not just do all we can to restrict our own carbon emissions, however we are also constantly trying to find ways to help our customers lower their own carbon footprint, and conserve plenty of cash along the way.
Our multi-chamber innovation and thermo spacer bars could help you minimise the frame carbon emissions of your home by up to 70%, by substantially decreasing the amount of time you need to have your home heating system switched on.
Our range of triple and double glazing products is second to none, from sash windows to patio area doors.
We have developed a fantastic reputation for quality double glazing Cowdenbeath products and outstanding consumer care, with both our domestic and business customers, and will put your needs first from the initial see to the final installation of your new windows.