Soundproofing Products for Glass Doors & Windows
If you’re looking for soundproofing products for glass doors or windows, then it is probably safe to assume you have an existing dwelling, office or building & you would like to reduce the amount of noise entering through these existing windows or doors.
If that is the case, then you have a few options including:-
- Installing new or better seals around the doors & windows
This is both the cheapest & the least effective option. Sound will still easily be transferred through the existing panes of glass.
- Installing new double glazed windows or doors
Using two panes of glass dramatically increases the soundproofing (& thermal insulation) benefits due to the insulating air gap between the two panes of glass. This is also the most expensive option as you must completely replace the existing window or door with two new panes of glass.
- Retrofitting secondary double glazing
By installing a secondary window or door inside the existing one, this solution offers better soundproofing & thermal insulation as there is a larger gap between the two panes of glass. It is also cheaper as you will only have to pay for one additional pane of glass.
Soundproofing windows with secondary double glazing
Vertical Slider Windows
Vertical Slider windows are all double sealed with twin Polypropylene Weatherpile and are manovered by the full-length handles located on the bottom of each panel.
Horizontal Slider Windows
Horizontal Slide units are our most popular style. Horizontal sliders are opened via a handle running the full length of the panel as required.
Lift out windows are often installed when a secondary glaze window is required on an existing window that is rarely opened. It has a handle at the bottom for easy access and removal of the window panel.
Soundproofing glass doors with secondary double glazing
We offer secondary double glazing of doors which we believe is the best soundproofing product for existing glass doors & can retrofit double glazing for the following styles of doors.
Using our secondary double glazing system we replicate your patio doors internally. So, to gain access to your patio you would open our new door first and then your existing door.