Comparing Quotes is Important When Searching for a Double Glazing Installer
Are you thinking of getting your old UPVc doors and windows replaced? Installing double glazing is a big financial investment to make.
Double and Triple glazing is usually one of the first updates new home buyers make when moving in to a new property. We usually find that
replacement doors and windows are closely followed by either a new kitchen or bathroom being fitted. Because of the high cost of good quality
glazing products it makes it all the more important that homeowners do a little shopping around before deciding on which quote they want to accept.
FairTrades represents many hundreds of glazing companies, some specialise in replacement doors and windows, others in conservatories and
orangeries, others still install and repair and fit soffits, gutters and facia. Every company specialises in one area or another! Many of the UK's
biggest glass and glazing firms manufacture the units they sell too. This does not always mean they are the cheapest though! Contact at least
three installers and ask them any questions that you may have, if you get informative answers and the company is happy to accommodate your
enquiries you may feel more comfortable that you will be able to approach them in the future should there be a complaint or repair you need.
Always ask for a written quote, request that your written quotations include any queries and additional fixtures or fitting you may have discussed.
Always ask for the companies insurance details during the quotation period too. Once you have your quotations, take a few days out to reflect on
the individual strengths each company has t o offer you. One of them will surly stand out as satisfying the majority of your needs. We don't want
you to be missing out on a potential savings worth hundreds of pounds, but we also do not want you to select a glazing firm which does not tick
all your requirements either.
If you decide to get double glazing in the near future, make sure you follow the process above. Don't be tempted to get just one quote - it could
cost you a lot more money to do so.