Double Glazed Windows Perth
Experience greater comfort & savings with double glazed windows
Make your home more comfortable with premium double glazed windows that offer you the best in thermal efficiency and up to 88% noise reduction.
- Low maintenance
- Customisable configurations
- Multi-point locking system
Premium Aluminium Double Glazed Windows
Our bespoke casement windows can be opened left, right, or from the top, depending on your needs. Our ultra-slim aluminium profile will make sure you always have the best view of the outside world from your window, while enjoying the pleasant temperature of your home.
Sliding windows are the most common window in Australia, and they are the most traditional. The window can be opened by sliding it to the side, which means it takes up very little space and is extremely easy to use. If you’d like a traditional Australian style of home, the sliding window is for you.
Double Glazed Sliding Doors
The picture window has no moving parts, so it cannot be opened, but it does provide a large unobstructed view. With no moving parts, the picture window has much greater strength and can accommodate larger glass expanses that may be subject to wind and weather.
The gable window can bring a real wow-factor to your home. Installed into roof pitches, gable windows create a fantastic look for your home design, as well as letting in extra natural light which can increase the mood of your home.
The awning window is a top hung non-intrusive on the home and is perfect for tight spaces. They can be easily opened, closed and locked with an easy-to-use push handle. They also offer excellent security, thermal protection, and noise insulation thanks to their double rubber multi-point locking system.
Tilt & turn windows
Tilt and turn windows are a flexible design of window that allow you to either fully open the window from the side like a casement window, or you can partially open it from the top, with it hinged at the bottom. These windows have become increasingly popular because of their versatility.
Additional Colour Options
Want to customise your windows to better match your dream space? You can completely personalise your window frames with our range of alternative designer colours and shades covering the wild, the wonderful, and the classic. Our custom colouring allows you to choose from over 150 RAL colours and shades!
*Custom colours subject to availability and pricing
Low emissivity glass (low-e)
Low emissivity glass, or Low-e glass is coated on one side to help insulate your home and reduce the transfer of heat. You can have this layer applied either before installation (hard coating), or after installation (soft coating). Low-e glass put in the right framing is very efficient insulation, and can reduce heat loss by up to 70% and reduce heat gain by up to 77%.
Advantages of low emissivity glass
- Improves thermal efficiency
- Reduces condensation
- Reduces heat
- Reduces glare and UV sun damage
Toned or tinted glass
Tinted during the manufacturing process, this glass comes in a range of shades from bronze, grey, blue and green. The darker the shade of tint, the more solar heat the glass will absorb. Toned or tinted glass does not absorb much by itself, so it’s always recommended to pair it with double glazing.
Advantages of tinted glass
- Reduces heat and glare
- Minimise UV damage
- Reduced cooling cost
- Reduced exterior reflectance
- Improved privacy
Toughened glass, also known as safety glass, is as the name suggests the strongest of all the glass options. The glass is heated and then quickly cooled which makes it resistant to impact and heat, and makes it ideal for places with high winds or that are prone to bushfires.
Advantages of toughened glass
- Highly durable, strong and safe
- Resistant to heat and impact
- Shatters into tiny pieces and not large dangerous shards
- Good for large windows and openings
- Can be combined with double glazing
Laminated glass is made by adhering a plastic glazing layer between two sheets of glass, known as the interlayer. This offers similar strength to toughened glass while also providing high levels of noise reduction and thermal efficiency. However laminated glass does not serve as a replacement to double glazing.
Advantages of laminated glass
- Budget friendly
- Ideal for large openings and spaces
- Resistant to UV
- Reduces outside noise
The benefits of thermally broken aluminium frames
When buying double glazed windows, the frames that they come in are just as important as the glass when it comes to reducing noise and maximising energy efficiency.
Made for Australian conditions
Adds to 7-star energy rating
Our Guarantee & Warranty
Enjoy peace of mind with our guarantee on all workmanship. We’ll manage the whole process and work with your builders to ensure a high quality finish. All our windows and doors come with a lasting 10- 20 year warranty.
Frequently asked questions
Double glazed windows in Perth cost a fair percentage of your home’s total cost, so are they worth it? Well you need to ask yourself if you would like to efficiently regulate the temperature of your home, reduce your energy bill, reduce outside noise, and increase security. If you answered yes to any of these questions, double glazed windows will be worth it.
Our delta durable double glazed windows are very hard to break. If you pair this with a thermally broken aluminium frame your window will be very secure against home invaders and the elements.
If your glass or seal is broken, your windows will become significantly less efficient. Thanks to the way our windows are designed, Eco Smart can replace your glass or seal with a new double glazed unit in no time at all because all our stock is here in Perth.