Discover a range of secondary glazing solutions that not only perform well but are each custom made in-house, tailored to your exact requirements and fit seamlessly onto existing frames.
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A safe method of preventing heat loss and sound pollution while comfortably retaining the original characteristics of a property, secondary glazing from Incarnation is an unobtrusive and easy installed aluminium design. They come engineered made-to-measure in a variety of configurations as an easy-to-fit slim window solution that’s perfect for listed buildings. Neatly tucking onto the inside of existing window frames, secondary glazing is hassle-free and easy to install. If fitted correctly, the goal is for secondary glazing’s impact to be felt and never seen. Its unobtrusive nature means being able to improve a listed property’s heat retention, security, and soundproofing without fear of classic aesthetic compromise. An achievement not guaranteed with alternative double/triple glazing practices. Secondary glazing configurations are designed to match the design of the primary window that they sit against so that both line up neatly.
Perfect for casement window fitting, secondary glazed horizontal sliders can be supplied in up to 5 panel configurations.
The go-to secondary glazing style for traditional sliding sashes, vertical sliders offer improved noise and heat retention while maintaining easy sliding operation.
Featuring all the perks of standard vertical sliders, our deluxe variant can also be titled at a 45 degree angle for added operation flexibility.
These panels simply lift out of their outer frame, allowing full access to the primary window behind for whenever occasional opening is required.
Suitable to be hung from the side or top, hinged secondary glazing panels open inwards for window spots where space is limited.
Fixed units are a simple but effective method of fitting onto windows that aren’t typically used, offering excellent security levels.
Becoming a member of Incarnation Windows’ trade installer network means being able to fit the best secondary glazing units around. To help you better achieve such heights, we also provide a suite of exclusive services to help give you an edge and offer complete customer peace of mind.
We understand that secondary glazing isn’t something you do every day, so the process can be unfamiliar. Our single quote and order form contains all the information you need to guide you through the process of choosing the right styles and options for your project. And if you need a little more assistance, we’re just a phone call away.
We only work with the best of the best installers operating in the UK today, those we believe will represent Incarnation Windows’ brand and product well. In exchange we can offer partners a highly respected ‘Approved Installer’ status, giving your customers complete peace of mind when opting for your services.
Trade customers also benefit from access to a host of marketing material to help them sell the benefits of secondary glazing to their customers. Incarnation Windows also offer advice and technical support to all customers to ensure that the right product is fitted correctly and efficiently.
For secondary glazing that maintains distinguished authenticity within listed buildings and a service that’s second to none, our aluminium units come supplied to be seamlessly fitted. Tailored to your exact specification, dimensions, and style, the necessary frame & fixing options are easily accommodated.
Removing the need to rip out old windows and replace them, secondary glazing is a lightweight aluminium alternative for cottages and rural homes.
Traditional apartments suffering from poor heat and noise insulation need to no longer with secondary glazing from Incarnation.
Whether your property is listed or located in a conservation area, our secondary glazing solutions are regularly accepted.
From our dedicated factory in Olney, Buckinghamshire, Incarnation can quickly turnaround and supply our complete range of secondary glazing units nationwide to most major UK areas. This means no traditional or listed building need suffer from intrusive draughts, cold spots, and noise pollution, and that installers everywhere can comfortably cater to them.Get A Quote Contact Us