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Double Glazed Windows
Enhance and add value to your home by installing great looking, top quality uPVC windows from Doors and Windows Mansfield!
You can save over £450 per year on your heating costs by installing our super energy efficient windows. The industry regulator, the BFRC states that the average home can reduce their energy bills by £461 per year just by installing double glazing.
There has never been a more appropriate time to install new double glazed windows, that will benefit your wallet, your home and the planet.
A Home Makeover
Why not give your property a new makeover, and transform your home. Give your home a facelift by installing maintenance free, long lasting uPVC windows. And it will look as good as new for many years. A massive range of designs and finishes are available, which include Bay and sash windows, and white and oak finishes.
And then there are the amazing range of glass styles that you can choose from also! Modern, state of the art replacement windows are better than ever, helping you to prevent condensation, draughts and leaks.
State of the Art
Our new style state of the art window design ensures that you have no draughts or leaks, and no condensation, so you always stay dry and warm And they are guaranteed to stay that way!
All of our windows are available in several size, shapes and styles. We can also install uPVC and aluminium doors and windows to suit your requirements, and with the variety of styles and colours that are available, we can always find the perfect product for your property.
With our state of the art uPVC windows, you will also benefit from their A rated acoustic and thermal properties, as well as a high energy efficiency. All of which combined ensure that your home is environmentally friendly, efficient, draught and condensation free, as well as energy efficient.
Some of the colours available are:
All windows are installed as standard with our high security locking system. And of course all windows meet and exceed all current building regulations.