Manufactured to your exact specifications, High-Tech’s uPVC Windows and aluminium windows come in a range of designs that fit in with any property style. Our casements provide a classic windows style that blends in with any architecture, while our sliding sash windows provide a traditional allure that fits in with older homes. Our flush sash window frames are the same, while our uPVC tilt and turn range offers versatility. Whatever you choose, you’ll fall in love with your new product almost immediately.
You can also customise our double glazing in a number of ways, with colours and hardware modifications that will make your home stand out among its neighbours. You’ll also benefit from a more secure home thanks to the intricate, multi-point locking mechanisms embedded within every profile, and can expect lower energy bills thanks to the thermally efficient double glazing that keeps your home warm naturally.
We have an incredible number of market-leading doors in our selection of double glazing as well. Manufactured from a variety of materials, from hardwood and uPVC to composite and aluminium, our doors are designed to last. They’ll keep you safe with powerful structures and dedicated locking mechanisms and help with your windows by keeping you warm thanks to their thermally efficient properties.
We understand that this aforementioned security is one of the most important aspects of any door. As an entrance to your property, it is the first port of call for would-be unwanted visitors. That’s why our doors are specifically designed to protect you with reinforced glass and powerful locks, resulting in a Secured by Design range of products. Our doors come in a variety of designs, from standard residential, front doors, patio doors, French Doors to lift and slide and bi-folding models.
Do you want to expand your home? Are you looking to increase the value of your property? Do you want a pleasant space to relax in during the warm summer evenings? Then have a look at High-Tech’s incredible collection of conservatories. These popular home improvements combine large open spaces with modern double glazing in order to maximise natural light and heat retention.
A true example of what installers of modern double glazing can accomplish, our High-Tech conservatories can be fitted with one of three incredible conservatory roofs. The Livin Roof and Ultra Roof 380, each offer their own distinct features and benefits, and can be fitted to any of our conservatory styles. Whether you’re after a classic Victorian design, a smaller Lean-To model or a beautiful Gable extension, we’ll have the one for you.
Our orangeries combine masonry columns with modern double glazing for a stunning visual spectacle that will brighten up any home. Originally popularised between the 17th and 19th centuries as a space in which to protect fruit during the winter, this style of conservatory has now become one of the most popular home improvements if you’re looking for a comfortably warm space.
Single Storey Extensions
If you want to build upon your existing architecture, then you might want to consider a single storey extension. Whether you plan to build a new bedroom, living space or home office, these incredible products are built to please. A double glazing extension with High-Tech provides you with a sure-fire way to increase the value of your property and allows you to maximise available space and impress your visitors.
Speaking of impressing visitors with double glazing, increase the curb appeal of your property with one of our front porches. Built around the front door in your home, these interesting products allow for a smaller space that adds an extra layer of security to your entrance. At the same time, this gives you a little space to hang your coats and keep your shoes in that doesn’t encroach on your home.
Period properties and heritage homes, while beautiful, can often begin to suffer in a number of ways as the years go by. Single glazing was the standard back in the day, and as such many older homes are losing heat due to inefficient glazing. Our secondary glazing process replicates double glazing and allows you to enjoy reinforced glass and thermal efficiency without having to replace the entire window frame.