With over 34 years of experience in the industry, we are Scotland’s leading double and triple glazing installation team.
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 production procedure utilized to develop our great variety of double and triple glazed uPVC windows fulfills all the sustainability requirements of the current environment, and when integrated with market leading quality and long lasting performance, we really are at the leading edge of future proof triple and double glazing.
Poorly installed or poorly insulated window frames are a significant contributor to heat loss in domestic homes across the country, making them an important part of any window style.
The frames we utilize on all of our products are built with numerous internal chambers contained within the internal profile system, functioning as a barrier preventing cold air from permeating and warm air from getting away.
This structure allows our customers to achieve excellent thermal efficiency throughout even the coldest of Scottish winters.
The energy reflecting glass that we utilize in all our double and triple glazing units as standard maximises the heat gain of your home by transferring solar energy from the outdoors to the inside, whilst preventing interior heat from getting away.
To even more increase performance, and reduce the chances of condensation build-up, thermo spacer bars are utilized to connect each glazed pane to remove cold areas around the edge of the unit.
Every year, homeowners across Scotland face pricey home heating costs as a result of poorly installed doors and windows.
Given that as much as 20% of all the heat lost from a standard domestic home happens this way, selecting the most appropriate replacement units for your home is an essential financial decision along with a cosmetic one.
Finding units with the very best possible energy efficiency rating can have a significant influence on your household’s finances and is, therefore, not a choice to be taken lightly.
The best way to check and compare the thermal efficiency of doors and windows is through u-values, the determining system for window energy efficiency, with the lower the u-value, the most efficient the unit will be at preventing heat transfer.
The frame, glass, and spacer bars are all elements that will be thought about when figuring out the u-value of a double or triple glazed window.
Here at Advanced, we offer products with market leading u-values, thanks to the care and attention that goes into designing each of these elements in our windows.
As standard, our Double Glazing Aberdeen have the ability to achieve remarkable ‘A’ rated u-values of just 1.4 W/m2K, with the choice of reducing this further to just 1.2 W/m2K if required.
For maximum energy efficiency, it is suggested that you choose among our triple glazing options, that utilise Soft Coat Xtra and Argon Gas, to achieve a u-value of just 0.8 W/m2K.
By replacing your old doors and windows, with the thoroughly developed and developed energy effective units we provide here at Advanced, installed by among our highly trained and experienced fitters, it is approximated that you could conserve as much as 40% on your yearly heating costs.
Double and triple glazing offers a much higher level of protection versus potential burglars than conventional single glazed windows.
We take security seriously here at Advanced, and have developed a range of products specifically to keep properties with our products installed as safe as possible.
All our windows include the most recent and most efficient security steps consisting of internally glazed glass that ensures the securing glazing bead can not be removed 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.
If you are looking for a a lot more secure unit than our currently robust double and triple glazing, we can further strengthen or laminate glass upon demand.
Stringent quality control checks are conducted throughout the whole style and production process to ensure the greatest possible item.
To make sure the long-lasting durability of our products, all the hardware components in the unit are salt spray testing for 600 hours prior to being authorized for production (3x longer than the industry standard).
A variation to the popular conventional casement window, our tilt and turn windows are fitted with an ingenious hinge system and numerous security and operational functions.
Tilt and turn windows are exceptionally versatile and can be placed in either the ’til t’ position, with the top of the window slanted inwards to permit optimum ventilation, or the ‘turn’ position, with the window opening to 90 degrees inwards from the side.
Having the ability to open the window in this ‘turn’ manner means that tilt and turn windows can be used as a valid emergency exit option.
To give you peace of mind that all your brand-new doors and windows have been produced to the greatest standard possible, all our glazed units include a 15-year performance guarantee.
Within the frame of our windows, multi chambers work to keep your home warm when temperature levels drop, reducing the amount of energy wasted and keeping your home at the perfect temperature all your long.
Thanks to our market leading ingenious heat reflecting glass, all our casement windows attain ‘A’ rated energy efficiency.
All the glazing gaskets on our products are contained within the frame to make sure that the gasket rubber does not block the noticeable glazing area.
With virgin skin surface areas supplying an improved visual appeal, our frames are fully welded to make sure maximum mechanical performance.
In a way similar to that of French doors, French windows include 2 separate openings offering unrivalled flexibility and style.
French windows are elegant and stylish not to mention useful, acting as an emergency exit option when both entryways are opened large.
A timeless classic when it comes to domestic windows, casement windows are the single most popular window design in the UK.
Hinged either from the top or from the side, casement windows are the most energy effective window type on the market, and deal exceptional versatility and durability.
With the current environment crisis at the forefront of our thinking, all our production is conducted in a sustainable manner, without compromising the quality or efficiency of our products. .
As much waste as possible that is produced in the production procedure for our windows and doors goes directly to a recycling plant instead of landfill, and 80% of our uPVC frame materials are produced using recycled materials.
At Advanced, we are continuously trying to find products that help our customers reduce their carbon emissions by lowering heat loss in their home.
You could decrease your home’s carbon emissions output by as much as 70% thanks to our multi-chamber innovation and thermo spacer bars.
Our skilled team provide independent advice, years of installation experience, and the very best quality glazed windows throughout Scotland.
From the first discussion we have, to the last setup of your bespoke brand-new doors and windows, we will put your requirements initially, just one of the reasons that we have developed such an excellent track record for customer support.
To learn more about any of our wonderful products or services, to request a free quote, or for any other queries, please call us on 0141 473 4101..
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.
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.
The installation duration varies depending on site conditions and complexity. Generally, a two-person installation team can complete three to six windows per day.
We exclusively deploy our fully trained and accredited in-house installers for all our projects.
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.
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.
Certainly, we offer various safety and security solutions tailored to your needs. Our team will recommend the most suitable options at competitive prices.
No, as the pattern is on the inside of the pane, the outer surface of obscure or decorative glass is smooth, facilitating easy cleaning.
Yes, we offer such windows; however, sash horns cannot be included as they interfere with the tilting frame.