HOW DOUBLE GLAZING WORKS
Double Glazing, also known as Insulated Glazing, is the use of two panes of glass to reduce noise and heat transmission in windows and doors. In a standard single-glazed window, both heat and noise are easily transferred. In summer, sunlight heats up your house. In winter, heat escapes from inside your home to the outside. You pay more for heating and cooling costs. All year-round, noise can easily pass through the window.
By using two (Double Glazed) panes of glass, the gap between the panes dramatically reduces transmission of both heat and sound. The double glazed unit is often referred to as a IGU (Insulated Glass Unit) Argon Gas is used to fill the gap to provide superior performance.
Lower Energy Bills, A more Secure Home, Reduce Condensation, Enhance Home's Value
So, how does our double-glazing help you cut you energy costs.? By cutting down on your gas and electricity heating in Winter, and your electricity cooling bills in Summer. Your wallet will be happy, and your family will be, too, living in a more comfortable home.