With the recent 8.2% price hike announced by SSE expected to be the first of many substantial increases from energy suppliers, the importance of UK households becoming more energy efficient becomes even more of a priority.


One sure fire way of reducing energy bills without breaking the bank is the installation of secondary or third glazing which costs around £900 for an average UK dwelling and can cut up to 20% off quarterly fuel bills as well as eliminating condensation and reducing noise pollution.


Ecoease, one of the premier and most cost effective suppliers in the UK, is, once again, experiencing a boom in demand from households across the country looking to improve their energy efficiency at a fraction of the cost of double glazing.


Michael Curle of Northumberland is one of many contented customers and he’s noticed a clear difference since installing secondary glazing on the sash windows within the upstairs of his stone built house.


“I didn’t want to replace my sash windows so opted for secondary glazing. It is noticeably warmer upstairs now and condensation has all but disappeared,” said Michael.


Another enthusiastic proponent of Ecoease secondary glazing is Jenny Green from Essex.


She commented: “My husband and I recently moved to an Edwardian house with draughty single glazed windows that run with condensation every morning. We didn’t want to lose the character of the house by having new double glazing fitted, so thank goodness we stumbled across Ecoease!

“Our new secondary glazing panels not only solved the draught and condensation problems but they have also helped to cut down on outside noise. In fact, we are so pleased with the results we’re gradually adding the panels to every window in the house.

They’re really easy to fit, too (as long as you get the measurements right) and the  customer service is second-to-none. Thank you, Ecoease! We’ll be recommending you to everyone we know!”


Ecoease Director John Feely explained: “Once again it looks as though the big six energy suppliers will be hiking prices significantly over the winter months and UK consumers will, once again, be squeezed in the pocket.

“Many will be forced to turn off or turn down their heating at the coldest time of the year which, in 2013, is a truly shocking state of affairs.

“There are ways of reducing bills whilst maintaining a warm home and few solutions come close to secondary glazing as a cost effective answer to this problem.

“Secondary glazing is rarely mentioned as a way of making homes more energy efficient but the performance of our PET (polyester) glazing panels is as good, in most instances, as double glazing.

“Ecoease secondary glazing can be easily installed in minutes, using magnetic tape around the inside of the window frame, and subsequently taken down in seconds when not required.

Given that the cost is a fraction of that of the cost of double glazing and the performance is as good as standard double glazing, its not a difficult decision to make.


Ecoease secondary glazing is available in either measured to fit (M2F) or DIY options and can be ordered online at in a few simple steps or by phone on 0845 519 3230 and will be delivered direct to your door with simple fitting instructions within five working days.


‘Ecoease secondary glazing has made my home warmer and quieter and almost eliminated the dreaded condensation. It is an ideal solution for someone like me who lives in a rented property and does not have the option of replacement windows, and by far preferable to unattractive, environmentally unfriendly PVC-U windows. I have already recommended it to many friends and will continue to do so!’

Emma Tellwright (Staffordshire

Secondary Glazing for Listed buildings – no planning required!




As UK households prepare for whatever this year’s autumn and winter weather has in store and widely predicted increases in energy costs there’s one clear cost effective way for many to reduce their quarterly bills.


Secondary glazing represents one of the easiest and cheapest ways to insulate a home against the elements and can reduce bills by up to 20% with Ecoease leading the way in providing a solution.


Recently featured in a host of national newspapers and on BBC Radio 2, Ecoease secondary glazing is the only system available in the UK to be manufactured from fire retardant, high strength PET. Otherwise known as Polyester.


It can be easily fitted to the inside of window frames in minutes using Ecoease’s magnetic tape and can be taken down in seconds when not required. A measured to fit solution (M2F) can be ordered which reduces the workload to an absolute minimum. It is also a perfect fit for the owners of Listed properties  as it is removable and therefor does not require planning permission and costs around 10-15% of conventional double glazing.


It’s not just domestic households that are benefiting from Ecoease secondary glazing. A growing number of commercial and ‘third sector’ organisations are recognising the merits of installation including the All Souls Clubhouse, an independent charity based in London W1 that serves as a hub for community groups in the area.


All Souls Community worker Wilf Parsons explained: “We operate out of a Listed building with sash windows so double glazing was, therefore, not an option. We looked at a few secondary glazing options and decided that Ecoease provided the most cost effective and aesthetically pleasing solution with an environmental performance to match.


“In addition its fire retardant properties, unlike most other secondary glazing options, have played a part in us retaining our fire safety certification. I would definitely recommend Ecoease!” added Wilf.

Windows Of Opportunity For UK Households

As Britons look set to brace themselves for another cold winter period there are ways to dramatically reduce spiralling domestic energy bills.

One such way of mitigating against rising gas and electricity bills is by installing secondary or third glazing, an option that can cost a tiny fraction of the cost of double glazing and a solution that can reduce quarter on quarter energy bills by upto 20%.
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Ecoease Gets Profiled on BBC Radio 2!

Listen to an interview with Carlos Dominguez from Ecoease being profiled on BBC Radio 2 on 25 November 2011. Carlos talks about the new Measure 2 Fit range of secondary glazing and the many advantages of choosing Ecoease for your secondary glazing needs …with absolutely no DIY knowledge needed!
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