Double glazing typically involves combining two panes of glass into a single window system. The system is designed to create a sealed gap between the two panes filled with air or an inert gas like argon. This acts as an extra layer of insulation, reducing thermal transfer through the windows and helping to regulate the building temperature.
To maximise the benefits, we offer premium, high-performance energy saving glass. Known as Low Emissivity (Low-E) glass, it features an invisible metallic coating that enhances its insulating properties, helping to naturally regulate building temperatures. Our Low-E glass helps reduce thermal transfer, as well as filtering out solar radiation and reducing glare.
Since glass windows and doors are responsible for a significant proportion of a building’s heat loss, double glazing combined with energy-saving glass will dramatically improve your energy efficiency. Not only will you save on your energy costs, but by lowering your reliance on heating and cooling systems you will also reduce your carbon footprint.
It also has the additional benefits of improving sound insulation and bolstering your home security by significantly strengthening your windows.
Whichever way you look at it, double glazing makes sense. It’s an investment that pays for itself.