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Benefits of Double glazed windows

A double glass window unit consists of five principal components. These include the two glass panes, the primary seal, the secondary seal, the cavity, and the spacer bar. Furthermore, a desiccant (a hydrophobic substance that absorbs moisture) is placed between the two glass panes to prevent fogging. The panes themselves can be tinted, transparent, or coated with a reflective layer.<br><br>https://medium.com/@easiglaze/everything-you-want-to-know-about-double-glazed-windows-fe24661fce73

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Benefits of Double glazed windows

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  1. Benefits of Double glazed windows www.easiglaze.co.uk

  2. What are they? Double glazing doors and windows consist of two panes of glass instead of one. These glasses are mounted on the window frame at a distance of 12–16 mm from each other. This gap is maintained using a spacer bar and although it usually comprises of normal air, it can also contain argon gas. The method of trapping air between the gaps is also referred to as insulated glazing as it dramatically reduces heat and noise transmission. This reduction is directly proportional to the number of glass layers a window has. The more layers there are, the better the insulation.

  3. 1) Reduced energy bills • There are multiple studies that prove how the majority of a home’s heat is frittered away because of single glazed windows. Depending upon the study you refer, this figure ranges from a somewhat acceptable 30% to a downright outrageous 70%. Seeing how expensive energy is becoming, that’s a lot of pounds right there. Double glazed windows are excellent when it comes to minimising this loss of heat. In other words, they help lower your energy costs.

  4. Since there are two glass panes instead of one, double glazed windows are considerably stronger than their single glazed counterparts. So by installing double glazed windows, you can make your home more secure and safer. Moreover, breaking two layers of toughened glass is not easy, especially without causing some sort of alarm. • 2) Increased safety

  5. 4) Greater peace • Double glazed windows can cut down the amount of noise that enters your home by almost 60%. That is huge, especially if you live in a busy area or in the vicinity of an airport or highway. The end result of this reduction is greater peace at home.

  6. More and more homebuyers are coming around to recognize the benefits of double glazed glass equipped doors and windows and willing to pay a premium for it. If you are a homeowner looking to make a sale, you can consider installing double glazed windows to get a better price for your home. • 5) Increased home value

  7. 6) Reduced carbon footprint • Perhaps the most understated benefit of double glazed windows, a reduced carbon footprint refers to the reduction in your energy consumption brought about by double glazed doors and windows. Lower the energy you consume, lower are the greenhouse gases emitted as a result of the cooling and heating services used by your home.

  8. THANKYOU! Add Squire House, 81-87 High Street - Billericay, Essex | CM12 9AS Phone 01277 424 515 | 01268 419 155 Email sales@easiglaze.co.uk

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