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Acoustic Glass

Noise pollution can have a significant impact on your quality of life. Our acoustic glass windows are designed to provide the best possible noise protection.

If you live near a noisy road, a train track, on a flight path or simply in a busy area, you’ll know how much external noises can affect you and your household, both during the day and at night. Our acoustic triple glazing and acoustic double glazing options can transform your home into a much more peaceful environment.

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Why Choose Acoustic Glass Windows?

External noises can be very disruptive to the enjoyment of your home and your daily life. Not only can noise from nearby transport and people or animals be annoying and distracting during the daytime, it may also be affecting your sleep and overall quality of life. Acoustic triple glazing glass could be the ideal solution for your property. 

Acoustic glass works when it comes to reducing noise because it has an extra layer of lamination. This material is invisible but helps to stiffen the glass and makes it significantly harder for sound to penetrate through the window or door.

The type of noise or multiple noises that you’re trying to protect your home against can play a role in the specific acoustic glass solution because different amounts of lamination can be used, along with different glazing levels, to deal best with certain types of noise pollution. 

The benefits of acoustic glass doors and windows include:

Different Styles of Acoustic Glazing

It’s a common misconception that acoustic double glazing or triple glazing can only be used in modern windows with a contemporary look. However, this is certainly not the case with Manchester Window Factory. Our acoustic glazing options can come in materials including:


The perfect choice for many modern homes and available in a variety of colours

timber triple glazing design mockup


An ideal soundproofing solution for period properties and more traditional building styles

Aluminium triple glazed window design mockup


Giving all the benefits of low-maintenance and highly durable frames with noise protection too

The acoustic triple glazing glass windows come in a wide range of design styles, from classic sash windows to modern options that suit a range of different building types.

The advantages of acoustic double or triple glazing.

Whether you choose double or triple glazing with your acoustic windows, they offer advantages including:

The disadvantages of acoustic glass doors and windows.

There are not many potential disadvantages to installing acoustic glass doors and windows in your property, but it does usually have a higher cost than some other types of glazing. This is because the process of coating the glass to achieve the acoustic benefits is an extra step that requires additional materials and processes.  However, most people experiencing noise pollution are likely to see the advantages that this type of glazing brings as worth the additional cost.

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Triple Glazing

Self-Cleaning Glass

Internal Blinds

Obscure Glass


Traditional Leaded

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Casement Windows

Sliding Sash Windows


Design and Installation Services


We are passionate about what we do. We will take the time to go through the ideal design specification to best suit your property and budget. We're not interested in sitting in your house for hours on end offering silly 'deals'.


All of our installers are directly employed by us and are paid a fixed salary. Unlike most other companies who use sub-contractors, our teams are given the time to ensure that your project is completed to the most exacting standards

Peace of Mind

All IBGs are NOT the same. As members of The Consumer Protection Association, our insurance backed guarantee covers 100% of the contract value. Many of our competitors offer IBGs covering as little as 25%. We are a Certass registered company.

Acoustic Glass Windows FAQs

To help you make an informed choice when it comes to acoustic windows and doors, we’ve answered some of the most common questions we are asked in the below section.

Acoustic glass are glazed panels used in windows and doors that have been treated to help prevent noise transfer. This involves one or more layers of lamination being added to give double or triple glazed windows soundproof qualities, as well as the other benefits that come with better insulated and stronger windows.

All glass provides some noise reduction, starting with around 20-25 decibels for single-pane windows. The specific noise reduction offered by acoustic windows can vary, depending on whether you choose double glazing or triple glazing options. Neither will achieve 100% noise reduction, but it’s not uncommon to achieve a reduction upwards of 50 decibels, which can make a huge difference in settings with noise pollution.

The difference between acoustic glass and standard double glazing is the additional lamination added to the glass in acoustic windows which provides greater noise reduction. While standard double glazing windows do provide good noise reduction, they might not be enough on their own in some settings to bring down noise pollution to the level required.

Other things that you can do to reduce noise pollution in addition to installing acoustic glass doors and windows include:

  • Using curtains made from a fabric with sound dampening properties
  • Using paint that is designed to reduce the transmission of sound
  • Installing thick carpets instead of having hard flooring
  • Cladding the property can reduce the sound that gets through the walls
  • Blocking open fireplaces or other gaps that lead directly to the outside

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We design and install with lasting peace of mind. We’ll give you an honest quote without sitting in your house for hours on end. We don’t start off with one price, then dramatically halve it after a bogus call to a fictitious boss. We don’t believe in working that way. We never have and we never will.