Replacing windows in
We replace your windows in your residential property with a uPVC window of your choice. We source the type of window you like and install it for you. The most economical way for getting a new window is to check out or online shop. If you find a suitable window off-the-shelf we can deliver these windows with a very short lead time. If you need bespoke windows then feel free to use our configurators to get a specific quote from us.
Is there a grant for replacing windows in Ireland?
The Irish government consistently adjusts its support for Irish households in terms of grants for energy-saving measures. At Perfect Home, we are dedicated to assisting you in accessing the available grants for your project, particularly for window replacements. Here are the most suitable grants (as of 2024):
Fully Funded Energy Upgrade - this SEAI grant provides free energy-efficient home upgrades for homeowners that receive certain welfare payments and other vulnerable citizens
One Stop Shop Service - A registered SEAI contractors will manage the energy-saving process for you. For window replacement, you can expect a grant ranging from €1,500 for apartments to €4,000 for detached houses.
We prioritise helping our clients initiate the grant application process and obtain the necessary support.
Our Window and Door Configurators
Design online your own new windows and doors, send it to us and we'll give you a detailed quote. Choose between PVC and composite materials (Palladio).
Types of New Windows
There are many types of windows to choose from. All of them have their own advantages. We are here to help you to choose the most suitable one for your property.
uPVC windows (*)
Aluminium windows (*)
Aluclad windows (*)
Wooden windows (*)
Tilt and turn windows
Vertical sliding sash windows
(*) We have specialised on the installation of new uPVC windows. At the moment we don't offer any other window materials. uPVC are the most popular window type in Ireland.
We can install the uPVC window of your choice. We take the measurements for you, source the uPVC windows and fit them professionally. We recommend the value-for-money uPVC windows manufactured by the Irish company IDEAL FRAMES. The company builds bespoke windows based on a high-quality frame from Germany:
Advantages of New Windows
Even if your windows are still functional, new windows can yield many benefits - including financial rewards.
Energy & cost savings
Lower heating costs
Window Replacement with Local Window Installers in
We make your window replacement happen! We are professional window installers with years of experience in replacing all old windows in your home. Our approach to fitting windows in an existing house leaves you without any worries. We measure your windows, source suitable windows for you and install them with minimum disruption to your live in your home.
humm by flexifi: “Buy Now – Pay Later”
Perfect Home has teamed up with "humm by flexifi" to offer our customers flexible payment options for their house refurbishment. Get your new windows and doors replaced now and pay later for it.
Want to keep your old windows?
If you decide to keep your old windows for the time being then we can do a health check of all your windows by adjusting all hinges, replacing damaged seals and handles and fixing fogged up areas. In addition, if you have uPVC windows then we could spray them with a colour of your choice and they will look like new!
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