What Double Glazing Can Do For You….
Double glazing isn’t just about aesthetics, it’s also practical, eco-friendly and will save you
So ,let’s start with the difference between double and single pane glazing.
Double glazing or insulated glazing uses two panes of glass, thereby significantly
reducing the amount of heat that enters or exits your home. As a result, your
house is cooler during summer and warmer during winter. This will save you a small fortune
on your energy bills.
Conduction occurs easily with single glazing, as there is only one layer of
glass between the inside air and outside air, allowing energy to escape more readily.
Here Are 5 Reasons You Need Double Glazing.
As previously stated, double glazing was developed to provide better
insulation than the traditional glazing. The two panes of glass act as a
stronger barrier, and therefore will dramatically reduce the transfer of temperature
between the inside and the outside. The insulation provided by double glazing will
also ensure that your interior decor and furniture will not
experience as much damage from the great temperature fluctuations. You can
increase the level of protection from UV light by adding a UV window film.
With so many houses along the main roads and close to the airports the noise reduction your
glazing will provide could be the difference between a good night’s sleep and falling asleep at
your desk. With double glazing, your house provides a quiet
and peaceful environment away from the loud and busy world outside. Your own
little sanctuary – if you will.
Double glazing l will be much more difficult to smash, compared to single glazed
units. Normally they are also much harder to break open from outside. Making you
feel moresecure, knowing burglars will not be able to get into your house easily. To
make it even more secure, you could opt for laminated or toughened glass.
Increased Property Value
Aesthetically, double glazing is a lot more appealing to the eye and modernlooking. This willmake it more attractive to potential buyers.
As double glazed windows are so common these days, the parts are not only very
accessible but also reasonably priced. Meaning if you lose your key or notice a ‘blown’
unit, fixing it will be a quick and easy job.