Planning Your Double Glazed Windows

doorIf you are looking to do improvements to your house, there is no better way to add value, plus make the appearance of your dwelling look better, than by adding double glazed windows.

In fact, double glazing has many benefits. However, it is most important that you use a reputable, trusted company with a long standing good reputation.

An example of a great company is the Door and Window co, which is a company that specialises in providing double glazing in Thanet.

Choosing Your Options

Value adding options include:

  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Conservatories
  • Porches
  • Extensions and log cabins.

What To Think About

premiumDepending on the style of the building, the team at the Door and Window co will point you in the right direction. They specialise in the consultancy part of planning, meaning they will find out your own detailed likes, dislikes and then put together a proposal for you.

Other companies just churn out the same kind of UPVC windows and double/triple glazing, without giving any kind of detailed thought. This might be okay if you are going for a budget provider and just want something done very cheap. However, if you want something a bit more high end and great value for money, you will want to deal with a company that can take in to account your individual needs.

At the end of the day, often the decision does come down to money. However, if you spend more, you are likely to increase the value of your home even more. For example, large detached houses will benefit from having high-end premium products like Residence 9, which the Door and Window Co also stocks.


On top of that, one thing you need to be aware about is that there are many fly by night companies that do poor workmanship, which in time, effects how long a product lasts and could actually devalue your home.

Make sure you do your own due diligence before selecting a double glazing company. This will pay off in spades. Remember, the cheapest is not always the best. And the most expensive, may not be the best value.