Part 1 of the latest window renovation project by by North Shore Double Glazing of Joondalup. One of the reasons this customer wished to upgrade to double glazed windows in Mindarie was because of the road and wind noise let in by their existing aluminium single glazed windows, which was resulting in disturbed sleep.
Here is what the delighted customer had to say about stage 1 of their double glazing project:
Alan - Mindarie - Perth Northern Suburbs (Coastal)
"We thought we'd bought the ideal house - right on the coast in Mindarie, looking out over picturesque Reserve land, with the ocean beyond. But there were a few things that the estate agent neglected to mention;
1) the strength of the wind coming in off the sea... Mindarie is not nicknamed 'Windarie' for nothing!
2) that the Reserve land is host to a gang of crows who raise a cacophony at the crack of dawn most days.
3) Ocean-front roads attract a lot of traffic, and the noise that comes with it.
We previously had just the standard aluminium-framed single glazed windows... the poor quality and fitting meant that the wind whistled through the gaps, and they leaked when it rained. And sound-proofing was a joke - I often thought the windows were open when they were closed. As a light sleeper, this left me tearing my hair out.
We had previously considered double-glazing as a solution, but had been put off by the ridiculously high prices being quoted by most companies in WA. Then a friend recommended North Shore Double Glazing. We found Richard extremely helpful and knowledgeable, the product quality was right up there with the best we had in the UK, and the price was much more reasonable than we had found elsewhere. The installation was painless and everything was left spotlessly clean.
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