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Double Glazed Windows in Rossendale, Lancashire

GREENDAY UPVC is an expert and certified installer of double-glazed windows providing services in Rossendale and North West UK. All our installations have a standard 10-year guarantee, insurance backed by Q&A Warranties. We deliver each project ahead of its stipulated schedule and always strive to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations.

Double Glazing Windows

Choosing the right window can dramatically change the whole outlook of your house. With the advancement in glazing technology, you no longer need to compromise on style for comfort.

The double-glazed window guarantees to provide warmth, security, and energy efficiency to your property along with enhancing its overall aesthetics.


Suitable for all kinds of properties including houses, commercial buildings, conservatories, and porches.

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Window Types

When looking for double-glazed windows, the most important question is which style of double-glazed window is best suited for your property? They exist in plenty of designs and can also be customized. Greenday uPVC helps you choose the best according to your style. 

Casement windows
Casement windows

Second most energy-efficient window after fixed-pane windows. Hinged at the side and opens like a door. Can be installed as an in-swing casement or out-swing casement. Ideal for hard-to-reach places such as countertops, behind the kitchen sink, and above furniture. Favoured by customers who prefer unobstructed views.

Tilting Glazed windows
Tilting Glazed windows

Touted as a child-friendly window. Allows various types of ventilation so the user can control their environment according to their needs. Tilt function allows for top ventilation enabling hot air to escape while cutting back on strong breeze to enter, as well as providing safety for children. The turn function allows maximum ventilation. Robust multiple locking points which aid in security.

Sash Windows
Sash Windows

Composed of two movable panels called sashes. Commonly, the sashes move vertically but horizontally moving sashes can also be made. A great option for homeowners looking for stylish yet energy-efficient windows. Comes with a secure locking system and Georgian bars ensuring safety.

Bay Windows
Bay Windows

A combination of three windows; a fixed central window with two side windows installed at 25, 35, 45, or 90-degree angles. Allows beautiful panoramic views, lets in more natural sunlight, and provides better ventilation. Adds an exterior and interior charm to any living space. Ability to make a room feel more spacious than it actually is thus especially useful for smaller houses.

  • Composed of two movable panels called sashes.

  • Commonly, the sashes move vertically but horizontally moving sashes can also be made.

  • A great option for homeowners looking for stylish yet energy-efficient windows.

  • Comes with a secure locking system and Georgian bars ensuring safety.

  • Second most energy-efficient window after fixed-pane windows.

  • Hinged at the side and opens like a door.

  • Can be installed as an in-swing casement or out-swing casement.

  • Ideal for hard-to-reach places such as countertops, behind the kitchen sink, and above furniture.

  • Favoured by customers who prefer unobstructed views.

  • Touted as a child-friendly window.

  • Allows various types of ventilation so the user can control their environment according to their needs.

  • Tilt function allows for top ventilation enabling hot air to escape while cutting back on strong breeze to enter, as well as providing safety for children.

  • The turn function allows maximum ventilation.

  • Robust multiple locking points which aid in security.

  • A combination of three windows; a fixed central window with two side windows installed at 25, 35, 45, or 90-degree angles.

  • Allows beautiful panoramic views, lets in more natural sunlight, and provides better ventilation.

  • Adds an exterior and interior charm to any living space.

  • Ability to make a room feel more spacious than it actually is thus especially useful for smaller houses.

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Window Frames

Once you have chosen the type of window for your property, the next thing to consider is the type of frame. Below are some commonly used windows frame materials to choose from

Wooden/Timber Frames

Wooden frames are widely popular since ages because of its classical appearance and unique beauty. Wood is a bad conductor of heat and provides better insulation than aluminium frames. With proper care, wooden frames can last a lifetime.

However, wood needs to be painted or else it can swell from moisture or worse can get targeted by termites and insects.

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Aluminium Frames

Unlike other materials, aluminium frames do not swell, shrink, fade, or rust and are cheaper than wooden frames. They are strong yet light-weight and are available in numerous colour tones for all sorts of clients’ taste. Aluminium is 100% recyclable and non-toxic thus leaving minimal ecological footprint.

Compared to uPVC, aluminium frames are more durable but also carries higher initial costs.

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uPVC Frames

uPVC (unplasticized polyvinylchloride) is a highly resilient material gaining wide popularity because of its cost-effectiveness, low-maintenance, and excellent soundproofing. When used in conjunction with double-glazing, it helps reduce energy bills to considerable levels.

Unlike other materials, uPVC requires little to no maintenance and is the most affordable option, yet no way lacks quality or style.

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 FAQ's

Q. How to replace a double-glazed window?
 

If your window has some minor problem like difficulty with opening or closing or sagging over time, try oiling the mechanism, hinges and handles and see if it helps. Otherwise, contact the company you bought the window from. It is not advisable to install your double glazing yourself because according to the latest building regulations, all the installations should be done by a registered certified installer.

Q. How long do double glazed window last?


If a double-glazed window is installed at a sheltered position, not exposed to extreme weather, it can last for as long as 25-30 years and more. But, if it does live through unprotected weather, it is expected to have a lifespan of 20 years.


Q. How long does window installation take?
 

Professional installers can normally remove and replace one window in 30-40 minutes. A project of around 10 windows can be ideally replaced within 2 days.

Q. Do I need to be present during installation?

 

Yes, it would be preferable to have any member of the house to be present with us to give us access to the house as well as to answer any query that might come up.

Q. During the replacement process, what happens to the old windows?

After replacing the new windows, our team will remove all the old windows from your house and dispose of them properly. However, if you desire to keep your old windows with you, you can simply let the crew know.