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Anglian Double Glazing Windows

Launched in 1966, Anglian Windows is one of the country’s three biggest window installation firms by number of customers along with Everest Home Improvement and SafeStyle UK. Since their launch, they have gone past the 1 million customer mark and their 2,000-strong workforce fit windows into over 800 homes a week. Anglian Windows cover most of the UK and they currently enjoy a high level of repeat business and recommendations from their customers.

Anglian double glazing windows are manufactured to the highest standard here in Great Britain. The company is rightly proud that it has been established for half a century.


How much do Anglian Windows cost?

Anglian Windows don’t publish their price list online however we can say with a reasonable degree of certainty that the price you’ll be initially quoted for a 60cm by 90cm double glazed window installed will be around the figures shown below:

Material Cost
UPVC   60 x 90 cm £250-£570
Aluminium £500-£605
Composite £575-£625
Wood £845 - £910

Huge choice of double glazed windows

The company produces uPVC, aluminium and wooden windows in a range of styles including casement, cottage, bay, sash, tilt and turn and shaped windows. There is a selection of double, triple and secondary glazing. You also have an extensive colour and finish choice.

Anglian’s quotes are valid for six months from the date shown on your estimate. Please bear in mind that the more windows you get fitted during one installation, the cheaper the price per window you’ll pay in general.

What’s the best way to get the cheapest price from Anglian?

As we mentioned before, Anglian Windows won’t give you a quote until one of their representatives has come around to your home to visit you. This is not unusual in itself – many installers don’t like to give a quote over the phone or by email until they see your property because there may be complications on site that make a quote difficult to honour.

In many cases, the representative from Anglian Windows will be interested in getting you to agree to an installation as quickly as possible. Anglian Windows employ hundreds of fitters around the country and they don’t want their teams sitting around doing nothing and being paid for it.

You can however use this to your advantage in one of three different ways –

  • Anglian Price Match

Anglian Windows promise to price match any quote from uPVC from any source including installation. They will not beat the price but they will match it.

Here at CompareCompanies, we always advice that you get quotes from a number of different sources because, that way, you can save up to 40% on the price for a world-class installation. If you intend to use this price match promise with Anglian Windows, it may be best to get 3-4 quotes in from other suppliers and then show your Anglian rep the price you want to match.

  • Ask for an Anglian Gold Account

Anglian Windows have teamed up with Japanese technology company and finance provider Hitachi to offer a flexible finance option to homeowners. With the Gold Account, you can:

  • make flexible payments,
  • pay only the interest on the due balance for an agreed length of time, and
  • pay off your loan early.

You may be able to secure a further discount by using the Gold Account because, in common with all other installers, Anglian receive a “thank you” commission from Hitachi for introducing them to a new finance customer.

  • Ask for as big a discount as you can get to do the business there and then

If the first quote you get is from Anglian and you don’t have any quotes for other companies to show your representative, you should ask for as big as discount as you can get.

We’re all used to haggling on big purchases – cars, the homes we live in, building work, and so on. New windows for your home is no different – in fact, many representatives visiting people in their home expect the people they’re meeting to haggle them down on price.

You can normally achieve the biggest discounts by agreeing to sign up during the appointment.

Whichever approach or combination of approaches you choose, make sure that you feel comfortable with the price you’re paying and that, if you’re taking out a Gold Account, that you can meet the monthly repayments without causing any hardship.

Benefits of Anglian double glazed windows

  • Your property should increase in value.
  • It should prove more appealing to potential purchasers should you decide to sell it.
  • Reduced energy bills.
  • Not as much condensation.
  • Less maintenance required.
  • Less outside noise.
  • Less draughts making it more comfortable for you in the home.

Which types of glazing can I select with Anglian?

Anglian Windows offer three different types of glazing for your home. Double glazing is by far their most popular installation followed by triple glazing and secondary glazing.

Double Glazing

Double glazing, sometimes called double insulated glass, is the most popular type of window on both residential and commercial property in the UK.

Well-known for its insulating properties and increased security, double glazing is the placement of two panes of glass within a frame where the gap between the panes is filled by either a vacuum or by an inert gas like argon.

Triple Glazing

Triple glazing works on the same principles as double glazing except that there are three panes of glass placed in a frame instead of two. Triple glazing offers even better insulation and security than double glazing although it can cost between 30% and 45% more if you choose to install it.

Secondary Glazing

Secondary glazing is the fitting of another window on the room side of your existing frames. It does not provide the same level of insulation, security, or noise reduction as double glazing or triple glazing however it is significantly cheaper.

Which window frame materials can I select with Anglian?

uPVC Anglian window frames

By far and away the most popular choice of framing for windows, uPVC are very low maintenance and work very well both functionally and aesthetically on more modern builds. They offer a long, 25+ year lifespan after installation delivering real value for money to homeowners.

Wood Anglian timber frames

Timber frames look beautiful and they last for years. They look superb on more traditional and period properties although they require much more maintenance than their uPVC counterparts. Timber frames carry a significant premium in price over uPVC windows.

Aluminium Anglian window frames

Very much the window frame in fashion now, aluminium double glazing regularly features in style and home improvement magazines. They’re great looking, customisable, and durable with lifespans in excess of 50 years. The frames are also very thin meaning that, in general, much more light gets into your home. Aluminium frames are more expensive than timber frames.

Which types of window can I select with Anglian?

Casement Windows

Casement windows are the most popular choice of windows in the UK. They’re opened using a handle placed on the frame and, with Anglian’s casement windows, you can choose to place the handle on the side of at the top.

Flush Windows

Flush windows from Anglian are an enhanced version of their casement windows in the sense that the panes are placed dead flush to the outside of the frame creating clean, simple, and elegant lines. They’re available in either uPVC or timber frames.

Cottage Windows

Anglian’s cottage windows are aesthetically beautiful with a design which closes follows those of windows seen in traditional British cottages. They are popular for homeowners living in older, more traditional properties.

Bay Windows

Popular since Victorian times, bay windows allow sunlight to flood into your home and they afford a panoramic and beautiful vista on the outside of your property. Anglian’s bay windows also provide homeowners with extra space and additional security through the construction of the bay windows.

Sash Windows

Anglian’s sash windows are a modern day replica of the stylish window styles so prevalent in UK architecture prior to the invention and widespread adoption of double glazing. Sash windows feature an upper and lower panel – simply slide the lower panel up to open your windows to the outside world.

Tilt & Turn Windows

A modern twist on the casement window, you can open a tilt and turn window either inwards or vertically with an Anglian Tilt & Turn window. The Anglian dual turn window is an improvement on the old-style sash window which allows both panel to open by rotation rather than by sliding the bottom pane up.

Shaped Windows

Anglian windows also manufacture bespoke windows which allow you to replace windows with unusual configurations. During your appointment with their representative, measurements and photos are taken so that the finished product sits proud and flush in its location.

Anglian Windows – what do customers think?

In general, given the size of Anglian Windows and the complexity of running a business of that size, the company performs well in online customer reviews:

Platform Number of reviews Review score
Trustpilot 9,605 7.3
Feefo 921 4.1 out of 5

Anglian Windows accreditation

Established more than 50 years ago and with over 1 million successful installations, homeowners can be assured by the number of respected trade bodies and certification schemes to which Anglian belongs.


Have you ever seen the energy efficiency ratings on washing machines, freezers, and fridges telling you how energy efficient they are? The British Fenestration Rating Council (BRFC) does the same work but on windows and doors. Anglian, as a manufacturer of doors and windows, sends samples to BRFC for independent testing of the energy efficiency of its products.


The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is the leading UK trade body for manufacturers, suppliers and installers of glass and glazing products in the UK and internationally. Part of its remit is to protect homeowners when they are purchasing glass or glazing products and services.

Conservatory Association

240 GGF members form the Conservatory Association, an off-shoot of the GGF. Members must follow their “Code of Good Practice” following the successful completion of the stringent admissions test and members must promise to uphold those standards permanently in the future.

The Conservatory Association, as part of the GGF, also offers a free reconciliation service when there is a dispute between an installer and a homeowner on the quality of work.


A government authorised Competent Person Scheme, FENSA appoints representatives in member companies who can sign off windows, doors, roof lights, and roof windows as being compliant with all relevant Building Regulations.


The Glazing Arbitration Scheme (TGAS) is a service offering an independent way of resolving disputes between TGAS registered traders and their customers “in a fair and impartial way”.


TrustMark members are heavily vetted so that they meet all required industry standards and they make a binding and meaningful commitment to best practice, technical competence, and good customer service.

Anglian Windows warranties and guarantees

Anglian Windows offers the following guarantees and reassurances to its customers:

  • 10 year guarantee on parts and labour for windows, doors and conservatories
  • 5 year guarantee on parts and labour for garage doors
  • 15 year guarantee on gas-filled sealed units
  • Deposit protection and access to the GGF conciliation scheme
  • Insurance-backed guarantee to the value of £100,00
  • Yale 3-star rated locks on all entrance doors for 10 years with a payment of £1,000 by Yale if someone does break into your home because the lock failed.

Anglian Windows versus local installers

If you agree to go ahead with Anglian Windows, the lead time between signing the contract and the date on which your installation starts is normally around 6-8 weeks. Each frame is custom-made for your property and to the specifications taken down by your representative and project manager so it does takes a bit of time. That said, this lead time is very similar to virtually every other double glazing installer.

If you use the Price Match guarantee, you are able to pay the same amount for your new windows as you would pay a local installer. Local installers generally tend to be up to 25% cheaper than national installers in many cases because their overheads are a lot lower.

CompareCompanies can put you in touch with 3-4 reputable local and national installers. For every installer we work with, we’ve done all the due diligence for you. We’ve made sure that they’ve been trading for at least one year and that they have the correct and current certification with both CERTASS and FENSA.

You’ll speak with a fitter or a representative from each of the companies we introduce you to – ask the questions you need to ask so that, if you do choose to go ahead, you’re happy with the firm you’ve chosen and the price you’re paying.

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Our service is free of charge to you and you are under no obligation to accept a quote from any installer we bring you together with.

What should you do now?

If you would like to know more about Anglian double glazing windows then why not get in touch with us as soon as possible and we will gladly arrange for a consultant from the company to make contact with you. He or she will arrange for an Anglian design expert to visit you at home to discuss your requirements and provide a free quotation.

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  • Outstanding support

    These people are well managed and they provide outstanding support in all the aspects. Keep it up.

    Manoj Kumar Devisetty

  • First class

    Got 2 suppliers, both phoned me within 24 hours, both made appointments to come and see me the following day.

    John Levy

  • Excellent

    Excellent service would recommend.


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