Double Glazed Sliding Windows
Tilt and Turn Windows
Double glazed sliding and stacking windows are a common design in Australia as they are easy to operate and most homes have traditionally been fitted with aluminium sliding windows. Sliding/Stacking windows can be designed in a range of configurations to maximise airflow or enhance a home aesthetically.
Tilt & Turns are inward opening windows that have the ability to tilt open from the top or open on their hinges similar to a hinged door. This style of window has locking points on all four sides offering excellent noise reduction, air tightness and security. The tilt & turn style is commonly used in passive houses to maximise air tightness. Brake stays are an optional extra on this style of window to lock the opening sash in any position so it doesn’t move in the breeze.
Casement Double Glazed Windows
Double Glazed Awning Windows
Casements are side-hung, outward opening windows that have a hinge motion of around 90 degrees. For upstairs fall prevention, this style of double glazed window can be fitted with opening restrictors.This style of window is ideal for maximising airflow.
Awning double glazed windows are outward opening on top-hung friction stays. Similar to the casement, this style of window can also be fitted with fall prevention opening restrictors. Due to the double gasket seal, handle and flyscreen options, this is our most popular style of the double glazing range in Perth.
Commonly used as front a front door frame, our hinged doors can be manufactured in a range of different designs and finishes to suit any modern and traditional home or building. As an added security measure our double glazed hinged doors are manufactured with quality reinforced locking mechanisms. Outward opening doors leave all the room you need to best utilize the interior space..
Slide & Stack Doors
French door frames are similar to the hinged door, French doors can be manufactured in a range of different designs and finishes to suit your configurations. French doors consist of Dual Sash opening inside the door frame with several options of side lights above or beside the openings. They serve as a perfect way of opening up your home or office
Stacking door frames are popular for those looking to maximize an opening space to an outdoor alfresco area. Our stackers are designed similar to a slider, consisting of at least one fixed pane on either the left or right side with multiple sliding panes which stack behind the fixed
The Cost and Installation of Double Glazing Perth
In the not so distant past, many Perth homeowners were deterred from purchasing double glazed window frames due to the perceived high cost. However, even though prices have become more affordable in recent years, single pane windows still account for 85% of the market, with double glazed windows in Perth accounting for as little as 5%.
Many people in Perth and wider Australia think that double glazed windows are best suited to European homes, where temperatures are frequently very cold. The perception is that double glazing keeps the heat indoors and the cool air outside, but it actually works both ways. Double glazed windows can minimise your energy bills and carbon footprint regardless of the climate.
At Climateframe, we supply and install some of the highest quality double glazed windows in Australia. We want to help people modernise their homes while bolstering their energy efficiency and contributing to a cleaner environment. For that reason, we feel that part of our responsibility involves educating the nation on the benefits of double glazing, so keep reading to find out why our pricing reflects true value.
The Advantages of Double Glazed Windows in Perth
Double glazed windows consist of two panes of glass that are supported by uPVC frames, which is one of the most hard-wearing and economical materials on the market. Argon gas is pumped between the two glass sheets which minimises the rate of heat transfer, and because many homes lose most of their heat or cool air through the windows, double glazing can reduce your running costs by hundreds of dollars per year.
Double glazing reduces noise pollution and minimises the risk of water damage. Double glazed windows are also easy to maintain and keep clean, and provided they’re professionally installed, they eliminate drafts. As you can see from the benefits detailed above, double glazed window prices are high-value because they can effectively pay for themselves in the long run.
Our double glazed windows are manufactured using high-quality uPVC that is guaranteed to withstand harsh UV and coastal conditions, and we cover all our products with exceptional warranties for your peace of mind. Double glazing is the norm in many parts of the world, including countries with warm climates, so if you want to modernise your home while making it a more comfortable and economical place to live, feel free to get in contact.
Learn More about the Double Glazed Window Cost in Perth
At Climateframe, we aim to remain the most cost-effective installer of premium double glazed windows in the Perth area and we’re happy to survey your home to assess your individual requirements at a time that’s convenient for you. Call us on 1300 859 394 if you’d like to enquire about double glazing in Perth.