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Double Glazing Culloden

The Advanced Group are the local professionals you need to call if you are searching for expert glazing services in the Aberdeen area.

With over 34 years of experience in the industry, we are Scotland’s leading double and triple glazing installation team.

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36 Years of Home
Improvements

Our windows guarantee to enhance the
appearance of your home both inside and out.
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Customer
Installations

We’ve installed thousands of windows over the last 36 years, take a look at what we have installed more recently.

Popular Colour Options

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.

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About Advanced Windows

All the doors and windows we supply to customers in the Culloden area are developed using a mix of the most recent manufacturing methods and innovative style in among Europe’s most innovative extrusion centers.

We are driving the future when it concerns double and triple glazing with a uPVC window production procedure that fulfills all the sustainability needs of the existing environment.

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Frames

Frames are a commonly neglected and essential part of any window, with inadequately set up and improperly insulated window frames a major contributor to heat loss in domestic homes across the country.

All of our frames are feature several internal chambers contained within the internal profile system that act as an efficient barrier preventing cold air from permeating into your house and warm air from leaking out.

This structure enables our customers to achieve outstanding thermal efficiency throughout even the coldest of Scottish winters.

Glazing

By transferring solar energy from. outside your property to the inside, whilst preventing interior warmth from escaping, the energy reflecting glass that we use in all our double and triple glazing units as standard will assist to increase the heat gain of your home.

Thermo space bars, which reduce condensation by getting rid of colder areas around the edge of the unit, connect each glazed pane to further increase unit performance.

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Energy Efficiency

Every single year, property owners across Scotland face costly home heating bills as a result of badly installed windows and doors.

Given that as much as 20% of all the heat lost from a standard domestic home happens this way, selecting the most suitable replacement units for your home is a key financial decision in addition to a cosmetic one.

Given the potential implications on your household’s finances, finding the units with the very best possible energy efficiency is not a job to be taken lightly.

The very best way to check and compare the thermal efficiency of windows and doors is through u-values, the determining system for window energy efficiency, with the lower the u-value, the most effective the unit will be at preventing heat transfer.

U-values consider a number of elements consisting of the frame, glass, and spacer bars.

Here at Advanced, we provide products with industry leading u-values, thanks to the care and attention that enters into designing each of these components in our windows.

As standard, our Double Glazing Aberdeen have the ability to accomplish remarkable ‘A’ rated u-values of just 1.4 W/m2K, with the option of reducing this further to just 1.2 W/m2K if required.

For maximum energy efficiency, it is suggested that you select among our triple glazing options, that use Soft Coat Xtra and Argon Gas, to achieve a u-value of just 0.8 W/m2K.

It is approximated that you could conserve as much as 40% on your annual heating bills simply by changing your old doors and windows with energy effective units from Advanced.

Security

Windows and doors are key to the security of your home with double and triple glazing offering much more defense versus potential burglars than traditional single glazing.

Here at Advanced, we take security as seriously as you do, and have developed a series of products created to keep you and your loved ones safe at all times.

All our windows include the most recent and most reliable security steps including internally glazed glass that makes sure the securing glazing bead can not be gotten rid of from outside the property, and fully welded robust frames.

High performance multi-point locking systems, strong hinges, and quality handles are fitted to our products as standard.

Upon demand, we can also even more strengthen or laminate the glass in our double and triple glazing if required, to produce an even more secure unit.

Throughout the entire design and production procedure, we follow stringent quality control checks to make sure that the strongest possible product is developed.

To ensure the lasting resilience of our products, all the hardware components in the unit are salt spray testing for 600 hours before being authorized for production (3x longer than the industry standard).

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Tilt and Turn Windows

Tilt and turn windows are a variation on the extremely popular conventional casement window, with the extra of an innovative hinge system and several security and operational functions.

Tilt and turn windows are exceptionally flexible and can be positioned in either the ’til t’ position, with the top of the window slanted inwards to enable maximum ventilation, or the ‘turn’ position, with the window opening up to 90 degrees inwards from the side.

When in the ‘turn’ position, tilt and turn windows are very easy to tidy, throughout, and can be utilized as a viable fire escape.

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Product Performance

To give you assurance that all your brand-new windows and doors have been produced to the highest standard possible, all our glazed units come with a 15-year performance guarantee.

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Multi Chambers

Multi-chambers contained within the frame of our windows work to keep your home warm when temperature levels drop, keeping your home at the perfect temperature level all year long and significantly reducing the quantity of lost energy.

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Energy Performance

All our casement windows attain ‘A’ rated energy efficiency thanks in a huge way to our innovative heat reflecting glass.

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Hidden Gaskets

To make certain that the gasket rubber used on our windows does not obstruct the visible glazing area, all the glazing gaskets on our products are contained within the frame itself.

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Frame Finish

Our frames are fully welded for optimum mechanical performance and finished with virgin skin surfaces for enchanced visual appeal.

French Windows

French windows offer unique flexibility and style, including 2 different openings and operating in a similar way to French doors.

French windows are elegant and elegant not to mention useful, functioning as an emergency exit option when both entryways are opened large.

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Casement Windo

An ageless classic when it comes to domestic windows, casement windows are the single most popular window style in the UK.

With exceptional adaptability and toughness, casement windows can be hinged from either side or from the top, and are the most energy effective option for the vast bulk of properties.

Sustainability

With the existing climate crisis at the forefront of our thinking, all our production is conducted in a sustainable way, without jeopardizing the quality or performance of our products. .

Lowering Waste.

As much waste as possible that is produced in the manufacturing procedure for our doors and windows goes directly to a recycling plant instead of landfill, and 80% of our uPVC frame materials are produced using recycled materials.

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Lower Carbon Emissions

By reducing heat loss in their home, we are continuously working to help our customers decrease their own carbon footprint through the design of our products.

You could reduce your home’s carbon emissions output by as much as 70% thanks to our multi-chamber innovation and thermo spacer bars.

Get in Touch

The Advanced Group are your local triple and Culloden experts.

Our professional team supply independent suggestions, years of setup experience, and the very best quality glazed windows anywhere in Scotland.

Our priority is always to fulfill our clients’ needs, so we’ve built up a great track record for excellent customer service from preliminary discussion to last installation.

For more information about any of our fantastic products or services, to ask for a free quote, or for any other queries, please call us on 0141 473 4101..

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Frequently
Asked Questions

1. What sets apart "sash" windows from "casement" windows?

Sash windows are characterized by their traditional design, featuring a vertical sliding motion. On the other hand, casement windows offer greater flexibility with openers that can be pushed out or tilted in.

2. Do timber effect sash windows closely resemble real timber?

Our uPVC timber effect windows boast high-quality custom-made decorative finishes, providing a remarkably realistic appearance. We meticulously match these windows to existing frames, ensuring they are virtually indistinguishable from real timber, even at a distance.

3. What is the typical installation time for windows and doors?

The installation duration varies depending on site conditions and complexity. Generally, a two-person installation team can complete three to six windows per day.

4. Who installs your windows?

We exclusively deploy our fully trained and accredited in-house installers for all our projects.

5. Will removing window and door frames impact wiring or electrics in my home?

Typically, this is not an issue. However, if wiring is encountered during installation, work may be paused until a qualified electrician ensures a safe working environment.

6. Can burglars easily gain entry by removing the glass from your windows?

No, our Premier range features internally glazed windows, preventing the removal of glass from the outside unless it is broken. Glass removal can only occur from the inside.

7. Do your windows offer child safety features?

Certainly, we offer various safety and security solutions tailored to your needs. Our team will recommend the most suitable options at competitive prices.

8. Is cleaning obscure or decorative glass challenging?

No, as the pattern is on the inside of the pane, the outer surface of obscure or decorative glass is smooth, facilitating easy cleaning.

9. Do you have sash windows that tilt inwards for cleaning?

Yes, we offer such windows; however, sash horns cannot be included as they interfere with the tilting frame.