A WILTSHIRE window company are encouraging the public to invest in triple glazed windows as the months start to get colder.

Grime 2 Shine Group have seen an increase in homeowners upgrading their existing windows to triple glazed ones this year.

The company claims the much-wanted windows are the best out there for keeping in the heat, which is useful as the days are getting colder.

Josh Williams, group sales manager, said: “Until fairly recently, most of our clients chose to change their windows because they had old metal, single glazed units, and plastic was the obvious choice for replacements.

“More recently however, we have seen a complete turnaround in our clients’ requirements.

“More and more people are upgrading their existing frames to either triple glazed or coloured frames, and in many cases, both.

“Gone are the days when the only choice was a white, bulky plastic window.

“With our range of flush sash, heritage, aluminium and sliding sash windows, we can now offer a suitable replacement window for any home.”

Triple glazed windows were first introduced in Sweden to combat the colder climates, they offer increased insulation, increased security features and increased energy saving.

They are becoming more and more popular in new build homes and retro-fits across Europe, but also largely in the UK.

All of the windows and doors that Grime 2 Shine offer are fully manufactured in the UK, this gives Grime 2 Shine the flexibility to offer fast turnaround times, usually within 4 weeks from order.

Established in Swindon in 1999, Grime 2 Shine are one of the largest independently owned companies in the South of England and have seen continuous growth year on year since they began.

With over 2 million frames installed since they were founded they are well known in Wiltshire.

They claim to offer free, no obligation advice and pride themselves on their ‘non-pushy, no hassle sales experience’.

They also offer lots of information on their website about their products: www.g2sgroup.co.uk.

For any more information you can call them on 01793 469628.