Glazing option


  • Categories:Glazing
  • Time of issue:2019-08-16 00:00:00
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Double glass

Double glazed windows are made up of two panes of glass, with a gas-filled cavity in between.
● Energy cost savings.
It reduces the flow of incoming and outgoing heat. Less energy is used to heat up or cool down the space, resulting in lower energy bills.
Improves U-value, the measure of a window's thermal performance
● Limited condensation. 
The gas between the two panes of glass, plus the airtight seal, prevents condensation from building up by blocking moisture in cold weather.
● Sound insulation. 
Double glazed windows improve sound insulation by creating a  barrier between the home and the environment outside.

Triple glass

"Triple glazing is effectively three panes of glass separated by argon gas, this means it has an extra layer of glass to insulate your home over double glazing. 
Triple glazing is clearly more energy efficient than double glazing, and although the cost is higher it will probably take around the same length of time to recoup the cost in energy bill savings as double glazing would do due to the savings being that bit more.  "
Triple glazing is much better at reducing outside noise, and so particularly good for homes in busy or excessively noisy locations.

Low-E glass

● Improved energy efficiency. 
Low-E glass can significantly improve a window’s performance in creating a “thermal barrier” to prevent energy loss.
In addition to reducing heat loss during winter months, Low-E glass also reduces heat gain during warmer months, reducing the strain on your air conditioning system.
● Less UV damage.
By blocking most UV radiation, Low-E glass helps protect fabrics, leather, carpeting and finishes from the fading effects of sunlight.
● Reduced condensation. 
Condensation on window glass can be a problem during the heating season, Low-E glass can minimize or even eliminate this unwanted condensation.

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Time of issue:2020-05-28 00:00:00