Double Glazing Essex & Suffolk

Double Glazing – Essex & Suffolk – Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Ipswich, Harwich

Double glazing is rated, identifying its level of energy efficiency. Good sound proofing is also a big advantage with UPVC double glazed windows and doors which is why it is used extensively in sound recording studios. Essex Trade Windows use A Rated Argon Gas filled Planitherm Total Plus in their double glazing products and are rated ‘A’ by the British Fenestration Rating Council [BRFC].

Double Glazed Windows & Doors – Essex & Suffolk – Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Ipswich, Harwich.

‘A’ rated UPVC double glazing can lead to a yearly saving of £253 on heating bills.

UPVC Double Glazing – Essex, Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Ipswich, Harwich.

Essex Trade Windows use Warm Edge Spacer Bars when manufacturing their UPVC double glazed replacement windows. These come in a selection of frame matching colours and are designed to maximise efficiency and lessen heat, cold or noise transference.

Chelmsford – City Status.

The first British public broadcast was made by Marconi in 1920 from Chelmsford and the performance by the Australian opera singer Nellie Melba was said to have been picked up as far away as Newfoundland. Chelmsford achieved City status as part of the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations in 2012. Only England was granted city status. Chelmsford believes that attributes such as a rapidly expanding university, Chelmsford Cathedral and Chelmsford City football club helped its cause.

Colchester – Native Oysters.

Chelmsford is Britain’s oldest recorded town with its history and beauty having equal appeal when drawing in visitors. Mersea Island is home to the famous ‘Colchester Native’ Oysters and the Dedham Vale location made famous as ‘Constable Country’ is an area of outstanding natural beauty. There is so much to see and do in and near Colchester such as a visit to  the town of Maningtree, England’s smallest town. Colchester hosts several sightseeing tours and you can even book a unique ‘sightrunning’ tour which goes at a slow jog for all fitness levels!

Braintree – Wool & Silk.

Braintree was originally involved in the woollen industry based on the skills of Flemish immigrants in the 16th century. In the 19th century Samuel Courtauld then introduced Braintree to the silk business, with the opening of his factory providing a thriving local economy. Lots of fascinating facts and information can be found about these industries at the local museums such as Braintree District Museum. Famous ex-Braintree residents include alternative dance music group The Prodigy and actor Rupert Everett amongst others.

Ipswich, Suffolk – Renaissance Waterfront.

Ipswich has a vibrant mix of heritage, theatres, museums, cinema, the arts, bars restaurants and clubs. Also the Stunning Suffolk coastline is only minutes away from Ipswich, with scenic villages and picturesque landscapes. Ipswich offers medieval buildings alongside the waterfront which is undergoing an exciting renaissance seeing mills and warehouses being transformed into shops, bars and restaurants. Some of these gathering places look out to the Ipswich quayside where yachts and cruisers bob about on their moorings providing a wonderful sight, delighting young and old visitors to Ipswich alike.

Harwich, Suffolk – Maritime Treats.

A busy coastal town and international port, Harwich has a blue flag beach, putting it amongst the safest places to swim in Europe. The Harwich Maritime Museum is situated within one of the town’s disused lighthouses.

The Ha’penny Pier Visitor Centre in Harwich, housed in a Victorian pier ticket office, is a charming example of late 19th century architecture. The centre is a start point for free guided tours and is a popular observation point for Harwich tourists and maritime enthusiasts alike. There are battle re- enactments in Harwich throughout the summer, at the extremely impressive circular Redoubt Fort, built in 1808 at the time of the expected Napoleonic invasion.

UPVC Double Glazed Replacement Windows, Energy Efficient Warm Edge Spacer Bars, Planitherm Total Plus, Argon Gas Filled, BTFC ‘A’ Rated Conservation Glazing, Carbon Footprint. BRE Green Guide Environmentally Friendly Horizontal & Vertical Sliders. Opera University, Cathedral, Constable County, Wool & Silk Industry Victorian Pier, Essex, Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Ipswich, Harwich, Basildon, Brentwood, Billericay, Wickford, Canvey Island, South Benfleet, Rayleigh, Southend, Ingastone, Ongar, Grays, Tilbury, Dartford Gravesend, Gillingham, Kent

Chelmsford | Colchester | Braintree | Ipswich | Harwich | Essex | Basildon | Brentwood | Southend | Billericay | Wickford | Canvey Island | South Benfleet | Ongar | Grays | Tilbury | Dartford | Gravesend | Gillingham | Kent |

Locations