We offer a big range of A-rated stylish and practical products, offering unrivalled energy efficiency, flexibility, and resilience from conventional casement windows to the latest ingenious tilt and turn innovation, all at very competitive prices.
To learn more about the benefits of secondary glazings, new window installation, or to schedule a free survey of your property by one of our expert fitters, contact our expert sales personnel 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.
The substantial range of windows and doors readily available to our <a href=”/locations/double-glazing-Tayport“>Tayport</a> customers is of the highest quality possible, created using the most recent most sustainable manufacturing strategies in among Europe’s most innovative extrusion facilities.
Leading the marketplace when it comes to sustainability, with 80% of our uPVC frames built from recycled materials, all our products are made to last and are driving the future of double and triple glazed windows.
Frames play a big part in determining the energy efficiency and weather resistance of a window or door system, and inadequately fitted frames are a significant cause of heat loss and pricey energy bills for house owners across the Tayport area.
All the frames used in our products are thoroughly developed and constructed utilising a numerous internal chamber construction that acts as a barrier versus the cold outside air and prevents the heat from your home getting away.
This heat retention is important to preventing extortionate energy costs preventing heat getting away practically as fast as your home heating system is able to produce it.
Our frames allow our customers to take pleasure in great energy efficiency rates throughout even the coldest of winters and are among the significant factors in our windows being A ranked by the BRFC.
Energy reflecting glass is suited all our double and triple glazed units, transmitting solar power from outdoors to inside of your home, whilst reflecting and maintaining internal heat.
To assist prevent condensation from forming, thermo spacer bars have also been installed to eliminate cold spots from around the edge of the glazed pane, preventing mould growth and further increasing unit performance.
Home heating bills have increased recently, and Tayport house owners are paying more than necessary as a direct outcome of poorly installed, or inadequately performing, windows and doors.
In fact, over 20% of all the heat loss from a standard domestic home in Scotland is estimated to be a direct outcome of this, indicating that picking the most appropriate new triple or double glazed windows is an extremely essential financial choice.
Given the significant impact that energy efficiency has on your family’s financial resources, and the reality that finding windows with the greatest possible energy efficiency can be an exceptionally demanding job, we understand that finding the right window for your requirements is a daunting prospect.
Because of this, we’ve made certain to create a highly energy-efficient range of units for you to pick from, with our products currently helping our customers conserve hundreds of pounds every year in their energy costs.
The energy efficiency of a window is gauged in U-Values, with the lower the U-Value, the more energy efficient it is.
Advanced’s products have some of the most impressive u-vales of any windows and doors 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 lowering this to just 1.2 W/m2K, and by making use of Soft Coat Xtra and Argon Gas, our triple glazing is able to achieve a u-value of just 0.8 W/m2K, ideal for those looking to maximise their energy efficiency.
It is estimated that replacing your existing windows and doors with double or triple glazed units installed by the professionals here at Advanced could save you up to 40% on your yearly energy costs.
First, it’s essential to note that just updating from conventional single glazed windows to double or triple glazed windows is a major improvement for home security as including additional layers in between you and a burglar makes it a lot harder for them to enter your home.
We take security a step further at Advanced by using fully welded robust frames and internal glazing that ensures that the securing glazing bead can not be taken off from outside of the building.
High performance multi-point locking systems, strong hinges, and quality deals with are also fitted as standard.
For those who seek a a lot more secure option, we also offer toughened or laminated glass that can be fitted upon request.
We check our products to ensure they’re the most resilient and robust readily available on the market, with all the hardware elements in the units checked for 600 hours prior to being accepted into production. (3x longer than the industry standard).
Casement windows have long been the most popular window style in the UK, and with a classic, traditional style and outstanding versatility this does not look like altering anytime soon.
Our casement windows can be hinged from either the side or from the top and are considered among the most energy efficient choices for nearly any property.
We carefully develop all our products to an extremely high standard and offer an exclusive 15-year guarantee with every installation, offering you comfort that in the unlikely occasion that something does fail you won’t be dealing with costly repair work costs.
Multi chambers within the frame of all our windows work to maintain heat and keep your home at the ideal temperature all year long, substantially reducing the amount of energy you are losing year on year.
Thanks to the industry leading innovation behind our heat reflecting glass, all our casement windows are A-rated for energy efficiency.
To maximise the noticeable glazing area, all the glazing seals on our windows are contained inside the frame of the window, guaranteeing that seal rubber is concealed and does not interrupt your view.
All our frames come equipped with inbuilt channels to assist in reliable drainage, and are fully sealed and leak-proof, meaning that your new uPVC doors and windows will thrive throughout even the most extreme of Scottish winter seasons.
Tilt and turn windows are a popular variation on the classic casement window, geared up with an ingenious hinge system for ultimate versatility.
Tilt and turn windows can either be opened with the leading ’til ted’ inwards for maximum ventilation or ‘turned’ as much as 90 degrees inwards from the side.
A tilt and turn window can operate as a valid emergency exit if it is opened fully in the ‘turn’ position
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 classy window option and act successfully as an emergency exit when both sides of the glass remain in the fully employment opportunities.
To limit the amount of waste that happens as a by-product of our manufacturing, 80% of the material used in our uPVC frames are created utilizing recycled materials, with the majority of the waste produced being processed in a recycling facility rather than being sent out to landfill.
We not only do whatever we can to limit our carbon emissions, but we’re also continuously trying to find ways for our customers to reduce their own carbon footprints, and conserve lots of money along the way too!
By lowering the quantity of time that you need to have your home heater on for to keep a comfy temperature, our multi-chamber technology and thermo spacer bars could help you lower the frame carbon emissions of your home by as much as 70%
From sash windows to outdoor patio doors our range of triple and double glazing products is second to none.
We have developed a fantastic track record for quality double glazing Tayport products and exceptional client care, with both our domestic and industrial customers, and will put your needs first from the initial see to the last installation of your new windows.