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yvonne7495

  1 month ago

How Old are Your Windows?

Whilst not being ancient my windows must be about 30-40 years old if not more but they are double glazed and perfectly functional and have locks and vents. I dont know what the average life span of double glazing is, but we think ours will last for all of our lives. I like a home which has lots of big windows..i need lots of light to see and feel well.
Are you windows old or new?
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FinNug24

  1 month ago
4 years old Reply
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SimpleP

  1 month ago
Our house D.glazing was updated along the front & back door's plus with a new roof buy the builder renovating the house just before we purchased it it also had 8 solar panels on the roof fitted Reply
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M4414850j

  1 month ago
My windows are 19 years old. They were badly fitted by the builders in the first place, but we don’t have the money to replace at the moment. Reply
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RobNickJ

  1 month ago
I had them replaced about 5 years ago. The previous incumbents were 30-year-old double glazed units, which were OK but nothing like as efficient as their modern cousins. I replaced them with St Gobain low-E, reflective glass with a U-value of less than 1. That’s about as good as you can get for insulation and direct sunlight bounces off them, which makes my Southwest facing bedroom a lot more comfortable in summer. Reply
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Harmon521

  1 month ago
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
About 25 years gun they now need a revamp or even changing Reply
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PoohBah

  1 month ago
The front windows are about five years old, double glazed uPVC, made to carefully match the original wooden sashes. The back windows are the Victorian originals dating from about 1892, and badly needing to be replaced when the money runs to it. Reply
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Lrnhrz

  1 month ago
In London about 20 years old & double glazed but my little place by the sea in Kent is Georgian so i'd say at least 100 yrs old and sash. Those are very heavy and a fippin' nightmare to open! Reply
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g2714572

  1 month ago
Have sash windows and they are ...I'd say 150 years old with the odd refurb as its a old building and listed so has to stay like that but got the window covered from the inside with double glazing ! Reply
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
Mostly early middle ages, ✝ A.D. 1975 ✝ , the landing window is secondarily 'glazed' ( separate acrylic ) behind 1950's single leaded glass. A couple are more state of the art aluminium, then there is another small ornamental leaded hex-window and a three mini's with ( flemish-style ? ) patterned glass. Reply
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