Extraglaze Secondary Glazing - Contact Details

Reviews

  • 1 week ago
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                    5
    We found the quality of the glazing excellent.
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  • 2 weeks ago
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                    5
    Very happy with the results
    Service rating : Good pre sale service, good product, and good instructions for a DIY job.
    Andrew Stirling
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  • 2 weeks ago
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                    5
    Great service and product
    Product : Has stopped drafts and condensation on window panes.also been good...
    Graeme C, NYorks
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  • 3 weeks ago
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                    5
    Service rating : The extraglaze panels arrived quickly and after I fitted them my conservatory keeps the heat and I have no condensation now .
    Peter
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  • 3 weeks ago
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                    5
    Superb service
    Service rating : Tailored delivery to my needs
    Nicholas Fardon
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  • 3 weeks ago
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                    4
    generaly good
    Product : Already stopping the cold from the windows
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  • 1 month ago
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                    5
    Warm at Last
    Product : The Extraglaze products are very effective, very...
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  • 1 month ago
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                    5
    A perfect and affective way to start retrofitting your home.
    Product : The panels are so neat...
    Clare Fenton
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  • 1 month ago
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                    4
    Overall I was very pleased with the work. Nick was patient explaining the process, and I was very grateful that he accepted the job despite the many challenges.
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  • 1 month ago
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                    5
    Would certainly recommend
    Product : Unless you look very closely you can hardly...
    Carol Martin, Telford
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Extra news

Green Homes Grant

(announced 7th July)

Important update for October 2020: Extraglaze has given great consideration to the Green Homes Grant, and has declined to take part.

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Extraglaze at the National Trust offices, Hidcote Manor Gardens

February 2020

We are very proud to have installed our magnetic secondary glazing at the National Trust's Hidcote Manor Gardens, in the staff offices – to keep everyone warm in rooms where other potential secondary glazing solutions had been considered out of the question.

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Coronavirus update

Tuesday 11th January 2022

We are still open to receive orders.

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Stacking strip

Parking steel
Parking steelWatch a Sash upper panel being parked onto parking strips
£2.39 each
Material
Colour-matched (laminated)
Width

Important guidance is shown below

Please order as follows:
- STEEL, by the metre*. Orders over 1m are supplied in one continuous length. For example if you need 4.4m then please order 5m.
- STAINLESS STEEL strips essential for damp and wet rooms: please specify a quantity above here, because these are supplied in fixed lengths* of 950mm or 980mm. They will very neatly butt up together if you require a longer length.

*CUTTING TO LENGTH: We can cut these to your requirements without additional charge: in the Additional notes section of our Checkout page please specify what you need, for example "4 @ 0.8m, plus 2 @ 0.6m". Please advise if we should discard the offcuts.

Simply peel away the pink/red protective coating then apply the metal tape to the left and right sides of the panel you have chosen to stack onto. Click on the window image above to see an animation of how this works. The green highlights show the position of the strips.

Stacking Strip is a steel (or stainless steel) self adhesive tape which can be fixed to the front of an Extraglaze panel. This allows an adjacent panel of the same width to be safely 'stacked' on top, giving you unobstructed access to the window so that it can be opened. The panel can be kept there for the duration of the warmer months, so your window can be opened at any time without having to handle the panel regularly.

IMPORTANT NOTE: you should not rely on one panel's magnets to also take the weight of a second (or "guest") panel. Where Stacking Strip is suggested then it is applied left and right on the "host" panel. On sash windows this host should always be the lower panel. The "guest" panel must be allowed to slide down to a resting position. As a consequence the weight of the "guest" should be taken by a window sill immediately below it, or a reliable support.