Windows FAQs

All products that Stormclad Home Improvements install are of the very highest quality, featuring thorough design, manufacture and installation methods, we aim to deliver the most durable and practical products on the market, coupled with the most attractive and striking designs.

When we have completed installing your new windows, we leave the pride and responsibility to you. However, we are on hand to honour any guarantees and offer any extra assistance. It is also worth remembering we cannot maintain your products on a day to day basis, that is up to you. With this in mind, we are keen to ensure that our materials and products remain in the highest working order, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for any and all concerns.


Windows FAQs

How much do Stormclad windows cost?

As every home is different, we operate on a design and quote basis which means we don’t have set prices. If you would like to get a quote, please call our sales team on 0115 970 8077 or complete our quote consultation booking form to arrange a free design appointment for you.

Can you match my existing style of window?

At Stormclad, we offer an extremely wide range of windows to complement your home and suit your specific requirements.
Our styles and materials include:

Window Styles

Window Materials

All our windows are available in either double or triple glazed.

Do you replace glass or do repairs?

We offer you a competitive price to replace your windows as a whole. Often when parts of a window fail, such as glass units and locking mechanisms, it is a reminder that the whole window is due for a change. Therefore, we choose to offer a replacement service rather than to repair faulty or substandard parts.

What is an A+ Rated window?

Stormclad’s A+ Rated windows have been independently tested for many years, using the same European rating system that's used for items such as fridges and washing machines. An A+ Rated window system will not lose any heat whatsoever from your home. None. Zero. It’s a little more complicated than that, but the principle really is true.

What does Secured by Design mean?

Secured by Design is the official UK Police flagship initiative, combining the principles of ‘designing out crime’ with physical security.

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Will I save money on my fuel bills by installing Stormclad Windows?

Our windows are at least twice as effective at retaining heat than standard clear double glazing. This keeps you more comfortable, whilst reducing heating bills and is, of course, better for the environment too.

What’s the best type of glass for a double glazed window?

It’s not necessarily the glass itself, it’s more the components of a sealed unit and the window as a whole that creates an efficient product. At Stormclad, we use a combination of energy efficient glass, warm edge spacer bar and argon filled units to achieve fantastic energy savings. Plus, our frames come with double gasket seals and are installed professionally to ensure there are no drafts.

What is uPVC?

uPVC stands for ‘un-plasticized polyvinyl chloride’ – it is the ‘official’ name for the more widely used term 'uPVC.' PVCu and uPVC are exactly the same; the material gives rigid and strong double glazing frames and is the most cost-efficient choice of double glazing materials.

Stormclad PVCu double glazed windows come in a variety of colours and finishes, although white is by far the most popular. PVCu is both durable and recyclable, requiring very little maintenance.

What's the difference between different frame materials?

uPVC frames are the most popular choice for double glazing because they last a very long time, yet at the end of their lifespan can also be recycled. We also offer you a range of aluminium or wooden frames to suit different property types.

What's between the panes of glass?

We use argon gas in between our panes of glass. This creates another barrier against heat loss, as it is a far greater insulator than the air that we breathe.

Will I need extra ventilation?

At Stormclad, our Designers and Technical Surveyors will ensure that your windows have adequate ventilation to meet your personal usage requirements and building regulations.

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