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Fife Windows & Doors Ltd

Conservatories, Double Glazing

Fife Windows & Doors Ltd

  Unit 12 Eastfield Business Park
Newark Road South

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 Doors, Windows, Conservatories, Roofline, Showroom

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Peter Ness & Brian Mclean launched Fife Windows & Doors back in 1986. The company has come a long way since we were originally based in Leslie, Fife. Having started as a two man business, Peter and Brian's wives and sons are all involved with the company, a true family run business in every sense.

We currently have over twenty full time, professionally trained, double glazing specialists employed and are a true credit to the company. Business has grown and we have now set up a new purpose built showroom and factory at Eastfield Business Park, Glenrothes, Fife, a decision that has been vindicated by a reaction of our loyal customer base. Windows, doors, conservatories & roofline products can all be purchased and installed to the highest possible standards.


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Technically known as a low Emissivity, or Low E glass. This glass varies from normal clear glass in that one side it has a microscopically-thin coating of metal oxide. Low-E glass is a type of insulating glass, which increases the energy efficiency of windows by reducing the transfer of heat or cold through glass. The coating reflects radiant infrared energy, thus tending to keep radiant heat on the same side of the glass from which it originated. This often results in more efficient windows because: radiant heat originating from indoors is reflected back inside, thus keeping heat inside in the winter, and infrared radiation from the sun is reflected away, keeping it cooler inside in the summer.
Also known as the K-value, the U-value is a measure of a window's ability to transfer heat (usually given in W/m2K). Windows with a low U-value, like Low Emissivity windows, are efficient insulators against heat loss & have a better level of performance. Scotland got its own new Building Standards on the 1st March 2003 with the full implementation of Part J. The current U-value is 1.6, for windows made of plastic or wood.
Self-Cleaning Glass is effectively a conventional glass with a special microscopic coating added during manufacture. It uses the forces of nature to maintain its clear appearance without leaving unsightly streaks. In a dual-action process organic dirt is broken down by daylight and is then washed away by rain, thus making it environmentally friendly and very easy to maintain. The self cleaning process works in 2 stages. Firstly the coating reacts with daylight to break down organic dirt, The second stage is instead of forming droplets, rainwater hits the glass and spreads evenly, running off in a "sheet" and taking the loosened dirt with it, also drying quickly without leaving streaks. The coating on self-cleaning glass will eventually break down even the heaviest deposits of organic dirt & should last as long as the glass itself. Tests have shown that the special coating on the self-cleaning glass will not flake off or discolour.

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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday
08:00 to 17:00

10:00 to 13:00