If your glass unit starts to mist up this does not always mean you need new windows, Taylor Made Construction can replace the glass saving you money on new frames.
The purpose of windows is to allow light to enter your home, allow fresh air to circulate and provide a way of escape. All properties lose heat through their windows, but energy-efficient glazing keeps your home warmer and quieter as well as reducing your energy bills.
Your home is an extension of your personality and your taste. Have you ever looked at a wall in your house and wondered “Why isn’t there a window there?” The importance of where your windows are located in your home is often overlooked and sometimes not properly thought out. We always encourage homeowners that a window can be installed anywhere in their house. Proper window placement encourages good ventilation. It can also minimize heating costs in the winter by providing adequate solar heat gain. Window placement can also affect your furniture and carpeting because overtime fading can occur from damaging UV rays.
The correct Position and Placement of a Window in your room enables you to make the maximum use of the day light and gives light in the room. If the rooms and doors are of the optimized size, you tend to have a perfect blend of the fresh air along with a good amount of sunlight entering your rooms, which also contributes in the room looking brighter.
Taylor Made Construction will ensure the Proper Structuring of Windows in a room which not only helps to create good ventilation within the room but also creates a lighter atmosphere in the room.
Taylor Made Construction make the Optimum use of the given space by using the walls adequately to make proper structured windows, which not only helps to give your home an elegant look, but would also lead to good financial viability for your House.
On Taylor Made Construction installing your windows or doors it will deliver you good heating in winters and good cooling in summers. This will provide you savings on energy costs. To get best energy performance, you can select a product which possess features like resistance to flow, good insulation value, freely transmit the sun rays and is resistant to condensation.
The Taylor Made Construction installation process is guaranteed for 10 years. TMC are registered members of FENSA who are the industry standard for replacement window and door installers self-certifying with the building regulations.
What Taylor Made Construction being FENSA registered means for you:
Double-glazed windows have two sheets of glass with a gap between them, usually about 22mm, to create an insulating barrier that keeps heat in. This is sometimes filled with argon gas. Triple-glazed windows have three sheets of glass, but aren’t always better than double-glazed windows: to choose the most energy-efficient window look for the BFRC rating and Energy Saving Trust Recommended logo. Energy-efficient windows come in a range of frame materials and styles.
They also vary, depending on:
Glass: The most energy-efficient glass for double glazing is low emissivity (Low-E) glass. This often has an unnoticeable coating of metal oxide, normally on one of the internal panes next to the gap. This lets in light and heat but cuts the amount of heat that can get out.
In between: Very efficient windows might use gases such as argon, xenon or krypton in the gap between the sheets of glass.
Pane spacers: These are set around the inside edges to keep the two panes of glass apart. For maximum efficiency, look for pane spacers containing little or no metal – often known as ‘warm edge’ spacers.
For all frame materials there are windows available in all energy ratings.
Some window manufacturers show the energy efficiency of their products using an energy rating scheme from A to G – like the one used for appliances such as fridges. The whole window (the frame and the glass) is assessed separately on its efficiency at retaining heat. The scheme is run by the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC). Taylor Made Construction uses A rated frames and A rated glass.
Replacement windows will be more airtight than your original frames, so condensation may build up in your house due to the reduced ventilation. If your house does not have much background ventilation, look for replacement windows with trickle vents incorporated into the frame to let in a small amount of controlled ventilation.
If you start to see condensation building up around your windows, there may be a damp problem in your home. As a general rule damp occurs when there is inadequate ventilation, inadequate heating, inadequate insulation or a combination of these, or even over insulated walls or loft. If you’ve started to notice condensation in between the panes of glass in your double-glazing units then it is likely that the seal is broken, and the unit will need to be replaced.
Extending your living space or searching for a cost effective way to increase the value of your home, our ‘Taylor Made’ service offers you space, value and provides an almost limitless range from which you can choose the perfect addition to your home.
Every Glass House conservatory is designed to carefully integrate and blend with the existing architecture of your home, often using colour to maximise this affect. Whether you require a traditional conservatory in Victorian or Edwardian style, a contemporary design or a simple lean-to Taylor Made Construction, will advise and guide you through the process.
You are free to choose from any supplier should you wish to take advantage of any deal you have seen. Alternatively Taylor Made Construction can take that pressure of searching away from you, as you can choose from one of our own supplier’s brochure.
Most domestic conservatories are exempt from mainstream Building Regulations and Planning permissions – they can be bought and installed with the minimum of fuss.
Taylor Made Construction will get your conservatory construction right from the start by visiting your home and working out a bespoke design with you to maximise the space you have available.
We always guarantee our work. Any work carried out will meet or surpass current planning and building regulations. We guarantee that all work be of a standard a reasonable person would expect.
We will be responsible for any cost incurred due to faults occurring to our (or our sub-contractors or employees) work for a period of 1 year.