Double Glazing Report - An independent, non-commercial resource for
UK homeowners buying or researching replacement double glazed windows,
doors and conservatories.
Helping you to buy wisely and get the best deal
There are a good number of websites available, which provide
excellent background information on the technical aspects of double
glazing as well as providing facilities to request quotations or brochures
As well as providing links to the best of these sites – The
Double Glazing Report will also provide essential information on the checks
to make before you buy, understanding the contract and what to do when
things go wrong.
The Double Glazing Report – Helping consumers to
get the windows they want, under the conditions they understand.
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We are committed to bringing you the best information and the best
links, all related to double-glazing and replacement windows. If
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Our Mission: To provide the best and most current
information and links related to buying and owning double glazed windows
UK. To act
in an honest and honourable way at all times – helping consumers
to buy wisely, avoid the double glazing pitfalls and get the best
deal for themselves.
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pay to be listed here. Any website wishing to be considered for inclusion
the form found by clicking here.
All of these websites have been individually selected by our editorial
team and are presented here as a helpful resources only. The inclusion
of a link does not mean that the Double-Glazing-Report.com endorses
that company and in all cases you should carry out your own investigations
as to the trustworthiness of any particular company.
FENSA Limited is the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme for
companies that install windows and doors in dwellings. Their site supplies
information about the Scheme for both installers and the general
public. The scheme
was set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), with Government
approval, in response to the Building Regulations for England and
Wales. From 1 April 2002, all replacement glazing in dwellings will
the scope of the Building Regulations. When having their windows
and doors replaced from this date homeowners must ensure that they
a certificate form Local Authority Building Control or have the
by a FENSA Registered Company.
How To Complain
A one-stop source of consumer information, providing the facility
for you to complain online to any organisation, including public
How often have you intended to complain about something but never
got around to it? Well now you can easily and effectively: Learn
your rights and where to get advice and help.
Building Control website
This site includes local council contact information about Building
Regulations, Planning Permission, etc. Local Authority Building
Control has the experience
and technical skill to ease you through the building process.
Local authorities have a national level of service guide based on extensive
discussion with owners, professionals and builders.
Glazing Repairs Directory
For repairs to Double Glazing, Replacement Windows, Doors, Conservatories,
Porches and Patio Doors. Also tips and advice on maintaining
your new windows and doors. Search our directory for double
glazing service engineers in your area.
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Our thanks to the following suppliers for use of their images
on this website:
Nuglas - The company your friends would recommend- serving
Sussex and S E England
Dial a Conservatory -
DIY Conservatories, Sunrooms, Garden Rooms, Replacement Windows