Welcome to our DIY Secondary Glazing Kit website
New Ral Colours for our Opening Secondary Glazing Units
These colours are now available in a semi gloss finish in addition to white,van dyke brown, silver anodized and light oak woodgrain.
As part of Omega Plastics we specialize in providing affordable solutions to help insulate your windows against both heat loss and sound. This gives you secondary glazing at a fraction of the cost of traditional double glazing. It is also ideal if you live in an older property or listed building.
A variety of fixed secondary glazing solutions.
Trackglaze opening horizontal slider kits. NEW!
A wide range of opening secondary glazing units.
Omega Window Insulation secondary glazing kits are ideal for :
Secondary Glazing will give you :
Excellent sound insulation
Excellent Thermal insulation
Cut your homes CO2 emissions by up to half a tonne
Excellent draught insulation
Works with all types of windows
"I wanted to pass on my thanks and appreciation of your service and
It can be a little daunting sometimes ordering materials from people you haven't met or products you haven't seen specially sheets of
I am pleased to recommend you all most highly,the packing was
nearly as good as the sheeting itself.
Tricia on sales was a delight, the help and service you provide is
We are already reaping the benefit of secondary glazing. A great big thank you."
"Dear Omegabuild, thank you very much for your delivery - swift service - and good customer care - all the items arrived to the spec that I had ordered and were well packaged and in good condition on arrival. How superb your customer service is! "
"Thank you for all your help and support . We have fitted the secondary glazing panels and it has made such a difference. It has not only given us extra insulation but it has draughtproofed our draughty window frames. Our offices are really warm now and we have recommended you to the other council offices. "
"Just wanted to let you know that our polycarbonate secondary glazing panels, fitted in October last year, have been a great success. Our early Victorian house (built in 1850) was very noticeably warmer this winter. Once the house had heated up the heat conserved very well when we turned the thermostat down, whereas before the panels were fitted the heat loss was considerable. It is an excellent solution for houses that are in a conservation area, or are listed, and are not allowed to install double glazed windows.
We have very large sash windows and opted for the OM24 UPVC white glazing strips to hold the panels in place behind internal wooden shutters. They were invisible once installed and the system worked very well.
We haven't received our winter fuel bill yet but we expect consumption to be down on last year as a direct result of your polycarbonate panels."