Choosing the right double glazing will make a dramatic difference to the comfort of your home and your power bill.
Double glazing comprises two panes of glass, an outer and inner glass pane separated by an insulating space filled with air or argon gas. 4mm clear glass with a 12mm air gap is our most commonly used insulated glass unit (IGU). Higher insulation performance is made achievable with the use of glass type, glass thickness and gas.
Double glazing can help insulate against extreme temperatures, fill your home with natural light while reducing glare; and they can reduce noise levels inside. Double glazing provides all these benefits, and more. In addition, double glazed windows help reduce the likelihood of condensation, which will keep your home drier and healthier, all year round.
Find out which insulated glass unit to use in your home.
Keep your house warmer in winter
Our range of Low E double glazing will improve the thermal insulation of your windows and ultimately reduces heat loss in your home.
Keep your house cooler in summer
The type of Low E double glazing chosen also determines whether infrared light (radiant heat), visible light (glare) can also be reduced.
Help reduce fading on your carpet and interior decor
Along with natural light, large windows can also let in a lot of heat and UV rays that can be harmful to artwork, carpets and furniture.
Add privacy to your home
Patterned, obscured/frosted, tinted and reflective glass are all options for double glazing units.
Reduce noise from traffic
There are two different ways to reduce the transmission of noise through your windows by mass: using thicker glass, or a wider spacer between the glass and laminate, or a combination of the above.