Adapting wooden window frames to take a double glazed unit (DGU)


Postby anishtom » Tue May 27, 2008 12:32 am

Hi,
My house got a extention made with timber and has got a 2 single glazed glass window (fixed one) due to this in winter the room is too cold. As it made with timber i can`t install upvc double glazed window. But I am thinking insted of single glazed unit can i able to fix a double glazed unit with out upvc. where can i able to buy double glazed sealed unit?
thanks
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Postby stevenc1603 » Thu May 29, 2008 11:45 am

Firstly there should be no reason why you cant remove the wooden window and have a UPVC one inserted in its place, unless there are planning restrictions stopping you of course.

You can get wooden framed double glazed units made to fit the size you need.

You can adapt most wooden window frames to take a double glazed unit (DGU) by routing out the glass rebate to take the thicker DGU.

How about fitting much cheaper secondary glazing to the windows?
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Postby anishtom » Thu May 29, 2008 8:46 pm

Could you tell me what is secondary double glazing please and how can i do that
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