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Unwanted noise in your home?

Unwanted noise in your home?

Unwanted noise in your home. We’ve all had it. Planes overhead, roadworks outside, cars and lorries whizzing past, noisy neighbours who like to invite the whole pub back for a midnight BBQ. If you live in the city, near a main road, or have a period home with original glazing – you’re more likely to have experienced unwanted noise in your home, workplace or maybe a hotel you are staying in.

Disruptive noise really impacts on our living and working environment. It causes stress, makes it hard to concentrate and even harder to sleep.

Good news. Secondary glazing is the most effective solution for reducing intrusive noise through glazing. It’s all to do with the air gap. Technical explanation here.

In simple terms, DIY fitting secondary glazing in your home can halve the noise entering the room.

But, don’t take our word for it. Read what a couple of our customers say:

Get a good night's sleep

Get a good night’s sleep

“We are really pleased with the secondary glazing. The windows look far better than we had hoped and the noise in my daughter’s bedroom from the outside road has been dramatically reduced – we’re hoping this will improve her sleeping!”
Rebecca Phillips

“I had windows fitted and the difference they make to noise reduction is amazing, I was beginning to believe last night that cars had suddenly stopped using the road but when I opened the window to check, the cold air and noise that hit me was incredible.” Sharon Billingham

To halve the unwanted noise coming in to your home (sorry, we can’t do anything about the noise your kids make), DIY fit Clearview secondary glazing – it’s can be done in a morning, so by evening you can be enjoying the peace and quiet. Or listening to Motorhead. Get your FastQuote now.



Clearview secondary glazing - the solution to significantly improved acoustic and heat insulation to your property, making your home or offices more comfortable, secure, greener and cost efficient to run. Achieved without the disruption of replacement windows, and without damaging the character of your building.

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