Decorative Glazing for Homes in Sudbury & Suffolk

All of our replacement windows are fitted with advanced glazing panels that offer exceptional levels of energy efficiency and noise reduction. Not only do they excel in their performances, but the glazing can also add a stylish aesthetic to your new windows thanks to an array of decorative glass designs. Our double and triple window glazing designs include stained glass, etched glass and frosted glass. Every glass pattern can be designed bespoke to your new windows, so we can be sure to install your dream replacement windows.

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Stained glass windows

Stained glass is a versatile glazing choice that can be altered in any kind of aesthetic preference, ranging from heritage to contemporary. The colour choices are endless, with cold greens and blues and warm oranges and reds popular to achieve the traditional appearance. However, we also offer pastel colour shades for a more subdued design. Regardless of your individual preferences, our expert glazing specialists will be able to achieve your dream design. Stained glass windows are popular for homeowners looking for a new window that will act as a focal piece, adding both style and home value.

Stained glass is made by mixing colours into the glass when it is fabricated. The coloured glazing sections are cut into the required shapes for the overall design or image. To achieve the traditional stained glass window design, we can slot the glazing panels together with leaded frames for a heritage style.

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Stained glass
Patterned glass

Patterned glass windows

Patterned glass windows are perfect if you're looking for a new window that offers both privacy and kerb appeal. The stylish patterns include sleek digital prints, classic Mayflower images and everglade designs, and can be uniquely tailored to your specific requests. Our team of glaziers can advise on the best pattern for your home depending on the privacy you would like as some are more obscured than others.

Patterned glazing is created by heating the glass surface so that it can be manipulated into the desired pattern. The design is printed on the top of the glazing panel, which means that the windows get a distinctive texture too.

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Etched glass windows

Etched glass windows can be customised in an array of patterns and designs. Popular choices include floral patterns, contemporary squares and classical diamonds. The options are limited only by your imagination when it comes to etched glass window styles!

During the fabrication, the surface of the glass is altered for a decorative effect. It is either sandblasted or mould etched to achieve the required pattern. Unlike other decorative glass types, the glazing panel is mainly obscured, with the actual pattern being the transparent part. That's why etched glass windows are perfect for homeowners looking for higher amounts of privacy but still want some natural light to be let into the home.

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Etched glass
Frosted glass

Frosted glass windows

Frosted glass windows are most frequently found on windows at the front of a property, as well as bathrooms as they provide the highest levels of privacy. Frosted glass is categorised by the levels of privacy, so you can choose transparency that suits your individual requirements. The most opaque grade cannot be seen through as the light is completely dispersed.

Frosted glazing panes are usually made by sandblasting or etching the glass with the chosen design. Because of the versatile manufacturing methods, the range of designs and styles are endless, so they can easily suit both old and new properties.

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Bevelled glass windows

Bevelled glass windows are commonly found on properties across the UK due to their attractive style that can easily suit any style of window or door. The doors can be as unique as you desire, giving the ultimate choice to homeowners. Popular bevelled window designs include Georgian grids, diamonds and floral patterns. Although, with their modern fabrication processes, we can create any style you'd like!

Bevelled window glazing is made by cutting the window panes at an angle which then creates slants in the glass. It's a simple and versatile fabrication process which means that they can be customised in any design.

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Leaded tilt and turn window

Leaded glass windows

Leaded windows are most commonly found on heritage homes, however, the traditional appearance can add a classic touch to even the most modern homes. There are a number of styles available, including diamonds, slender lines or grids. Regardless of the style you choose, it will add a bespoke touch to your new windows. For a unique aesthetic, you could choose to include coloured sections.

Leaded glass windows are created by bonding several glazing sections together with leaded panels. The size and width of the lead can be altered to your requirements. As the glazing panels in leaded windows aren't usually obscured they will let in plenty of natural light for a bright atmosphere in your home. However, if you're looking for the leaded window appearance but want to add home privacy, we can incorporate obscured glazing sections into your replacement windows.

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Double glazed windows

Each and every window that we install will be fitted with our industry-leading double glazing as standard. This ensures that they will provide the modern performances you would expect of a replacement window. Some of the benefits of choosing our advanced double glazing include excellent energy efficiency, home security, weather resistance and noise reduction.

Our innovative double glazing uses two panes of high-quality glazing which surrounds a section that is filled with argon-gas. This works together to break up currents of airflow, keeping the cold outdoor elements out and the heat inside in your home. Our double glazed windows can attain U-values as low as 1.2 w/m2K and A+ energy ratings, so you'll see significant reductions in your energy bills, as well as improving your home's carbon footprint.

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Grey uPVC casement window

Triple glazed windows

Over recent years, triple glazed windows have become much more popular because of their advanced performances. Originating from the cold climates in Scandanavian countries, they're designed for exceptionally harsh weathers, ensuring that they can stand the test of time and keep your home insulated even in the toughest weathers. You'll benefit from superior levels of noise reduction, weather resistance and thermal performances as they use pioneering window technologies.

Triple glazing incorporates a third pane of glass, with the three glazing panes surrounding two argon-gas filled cavities. This specification means that they are able to achieve U-values as low as 0.8 w/m2k and A+ energy ratings. With our innovative triple glazing, you'll notice large reductions on your energy bills as well as having a comfortable temperature within your rooms all year round. If you live in a busy area or near an airport, triple glazed windows are the perfect solution because of their outstanding ability to keep external noises out.

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Secondary glazed windows

We can install secondary glazed windows on listed properties or homes which are regulated by conservation area limitations. If this is the case for you, it is likely that secondary glazing is the only option for you because of home improvement restrictions. You'll still be able to get the modern benefits from our high-performance glazing whilst retaining the period appearance of your home. Your home's energy efficiency will be improved as well as the lifespan of your current windows as the secondary glazing pane will protect the windows from tough weather climates.

Secondary glazing works by adding a single glazing pane over an existing window. This simple installation can reduce heat loss by up to 30%, keeping the heat in and the draughts out, for a much more comfortable indoor temperature and lower heating bills.

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Aluminium secondary glazed windows

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