But many of these were installed more than ten years ago and so are missing out on the benefits of modern windows and doors.
The double glazed unit in a uPVC window can be easily removed and replaced. Over time units can ‘break down’ when their perimeter seals fail prematurely. This occurrence can lead to misting and condensation appearing between the panes of glass. GGSL can replace your double glazing units whilst leaving your window frames in place.
Composite doors are made up from a variety of materials, including PVC, wood, insulating foam and GRP (glass reinforced plastic). The combination of materials result in a door that is very strong and secure.
Composite back and front doors have a high resistance to weathering and will not react to seasonal changes like a singular material door. Composite doors have a higher thermal resistance than wooden doors, due to the insulating foam core.
A composite door is designed to appear as a wooden door, with an attractive wood grain, but thanks to the materials used, it won’t fade, discolour or require any maintenance beyond wiping with a damp cloth if it gets dirty.
In short, composite doors are exceptionally well-designed, modern doors made from several materials. Their superior quality sets a new high standard within the door industry.
Windows and doors are available in Standard White, Light Oak and Rosewood or custom Colour Grain foil finishes, all available on request.
Local Norfolk glass company GGSL has been fitting uPVC double glazed windows and doors in Downham Market, King’s Lynn and surrounding areas for over 15 years.
If you are looking for new or replacement double glazing from a reliable, Norfolk glazing company, then call GGSL for a no-obligation quote.