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Mid Wales' leading manufacturer, supplier and installer of Triple Glazing Windows. Discover more below.

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Triple Glazing Windows for Your Home

First developed in Norway and Demark, triple glazing was created to provide homes with effective insulation in even the most freezing of temperatures. Once considered expensive and something of a luxury, triple glazed windows are becoming increasingly popular with homeowners thanks to their incredible energy efficiency and the continued drop in prices. Easily fitted to any style of window, triple glazing looks very similar to traditional double glazing; the one simple difference being there are three panes of glass instead of two. As with double glazing, the individual panes of triple glazed glass are separated by a vacuum. This vacuum, created using a special gas, serves to prevent heat from passing from the home.

 

Incredible Designs for any Look

This third pane of glass makes a huge difference in terms of both outside noise reduction and heat insulation; with triple glazing windows approximately 60% more heat efficient than standard ‘C’ rated double glazed windows. As the leading supplier of quality triple glazing in Mid Wales, here at Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories we are committed to providing local homeowners with the lowest triple glazing prices. Featuring incredible choice, we offer triple glazing in a variety of designs, modern frame materials, and a wide-range of colour options. Whatever style, size, function or colour you require, we can create and install energy efficient windows that will perfectly match your home and save you money for many years to come.


We provide all types of glazing options, even privacy glazing…

The window frame is of course a very important component, but so is the type of glass you have inserted it. Those wanting to save as much as they can on fuel bills could look into the possibility of Energy Rated Windows, or if you want to add further styling to the overall design then there’s always the option of leaded glass or astragal bars.

Double Glazing

Replacement double glazing will completely transform the whole look and feel of your home as you can expect it to benefit from increased aesthetic appeal and a higher level of energy efficiency. Whether you live in a traditional or period property, at Visual we offer a huge range double glazed window designs guaranteed to set your property apart. Nowhere else will you find such a varied selection of replacement window designs. Our revolutionary double glazing windows offer style, security and a saving on your energy bills. That’s why you won’t have to go far to find a home in Yorkshire that we have already transformed by Visual.

Triple Glazing

Not one, not two, but three panes of thermally efficient glass are included in a set of Triple Glazed Windows which makes them a real winner when it comes to energy-saving. Heat loss will become a thing of the past, as will draughts and cold breezes in your home when you replace your old windows for this most contemporary form of window. Triple Glazing can be integrated into any of our window styles so that not only do you benefit from a better looking home, but you also benefit from cheaper energy in the long-term.

Privacy Glazing

Your home should be a place where you can shut yourself off from the outside world and it can be if you choose to have privacy glazing fitted. It’s a fantastic solution particularly in areas such as the bathroom and entrance into your property as it will prevent people from being able to gaze into your living space. It can be utilised in both double glazing and triple glazing and despite its purpose, will still draw in a generous amount of natural sunlight.

Pretty as a picture – choose between a traditional or contemporary sculptured frame…

Some window and door systems suit certain types of property more than others and it usually comes down to the differences in dimensions and contours present in the frame. On the face of it they may seem fairly insignificant, but you would be surprised at how much of an impact they can have on the overall design.

 

UPVC

It’s easily understandable why many people favour the contoured profile UPVC ahead of any other window material as it’s extremely low maintenance, enduring, and relatively affordable to buy. It also offers an outstanding amount of energy efficiency, allowing you to utilise your heating system less often, which results in energy bills dropping to a more acceptable monetary level. The adaptability of UPVC is a priceless feature for those seeking a curved or arched window or door design.

Aluminium

Contemporary Aluminium has fast become the favoured alternative to UPVC predominantly because of the slimness of the profile and its ability to draw in copious amounts of natural sunlight due to the large expanse of glass. The outside face features an intricate contour and has a subtlety to it that’s impossible to resist, and the chamfered bead crafts clean sightlines. The many powder coated finishes that can be applied to an aluminium frame are also mightily impressive thanks to the rich colour conjured upon their application. There’s even a sublimated woodgrain finish that looks just like natural wood.

Heritage

You will take some serious convincing when we inform you that our Heritage windows and doors aren’t authentic timber products such is their likeness to the real thing in style, dimension and finish. Remarkably, even the window sits flush with the window frame when fully closed – just as you would expect in a traditional 19th Century timber equivalent. What you can’t tell from just looking at a Heritage frame is that is actually composed of a composite material which gives the product all the energy efficient benefits of a 21st Century window or door and needs no form of maintenance. Those living in conservation areas that need to replace their existing design could find the Heritage range to be their best option.

Prepare to be overwhelmed for choice when it comes to finishes, colours and combinations…

Window buying requires a considerable amount of thought and contemplation such is the array of choice available, particularly as you can nowadays opt for dual-colour finish which basically means that either side of the frame can be applied with contrasting colours. For example, a classic White works wonderfully in tandem with a traditional Oak finish. Whatever your preference, we can guarantee you a Classic UPVC, Contemporary Aluminium or Heritage Window that offers stylishness, sturdiness and sophistication.

UPVC Colours

White coloured UPVC windows will never go out of fashion, of that there is no doubt, but times have changed and window design has evolved meaning that UPVC can now be finished in virtually any colour you can think of, even in colours that you never thought possible. We undertake an intense paint production process which allows us to create contemporary coloured offerings such as Chartwell Green and Grey, and traditional finishes like Whitegrain and Irish Oak.

Aluminium Colours

An 11-stage powder coating process is followed before the application of finish to our Contemporary Aluminium windows. Some may have a liking for a look that closely resembles traditional timber and who could blame them? If that’s the case then they’ll be attracted to our woodgrain finishes which are achieved by conducting a method called sublimination, resulting in Walnut, Rosewood and Oak effects that look just like real wood.

Heritage Colours

The influence of traditional 19th Century timber windows on our Heritage range is there for all to see such is the painstaking detail evident in the frame and hardware. The period finishes available in this stunning collection are also as you’d expect for windows of this type, with colours comprising Clotted Cream, Cotswold Biscuit, Painswick, Eclectic Grey, Corse Lawn and English, Irish and Silvered Oak.


See some of our Triple Glazing Window projects

Take a look through the Triple Glazing Window projects we’ve completed for some of our happy customers, or visit our projects page for a broader look of other types of projects

Woodgrain Casement Windows

The building needed woodgrain casement windows with leaded glass installing. The material used was upvc with a woodgrain finish. The leaded glass complements the upvc woodgrain...

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White UPVC Windows

This traditional rural property has enjoyed a new lease of life thanks to the addition of some white UPVC windows, bringing it straight into the 21st...

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Triple Glazed Windows

A woodgrain effect window provides the perfect addition to any room. The triple glazing provides great insulation and enhances your home’s interior....

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Why Mid Wales?

Always striving to reduce triple glazing cost, we are proud to provide homeowners in and around Newtown, Welshpool, Shropshire and Mid Wales with cheap triple glazing whilst never compromising on quality or design. As with all our windows, our triple glazed windows feature the very best, most secure multi-locking systems and durable finishes. Such security, combined with an additional third pane of glass, has helped create windows that are inaccessible from the outside; giving you lasting peace-of-mind.

With over 20 years of local experience, here at Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories we understand the importance of product quality, customer service, and unbeatable value for money. Having our own manufacturing facilities, we are able to fully control every aspect of our designs, including raw materials and finishes. By controlling the entire process, we are able to create bespoke products that we can guarantee are made using only the very strongest materials and manufacturing techniques.