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Benefits of double glazing


Double glazing is a popular window solution involving two glass panes separated by a small gap. This gap is typically filled with an insulating gas, such as argon or krypton. The benefits of double glazing are numerous and include the following:

  1. Energy efficiency: Double glazing provides superior insulation compared to single-pane windows, as the extra pane of glass and insulating gas reduces the amount of heat loss through the window. This means you can keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer without relying as much on your heating and cooling systems. As a result, you can reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint.
  2. Noise reduction: Double glazing also reduces noise compared to single-pane windows. The extra layer of glass and insulating gas reduces the sound that can pass through the window, making your home more peaceful and quieter.
  3. Increased security: Double glazing is also more secure than single-pane windows. The extra layer of glass makes it more difficult for burglars to break through, while the insulating gas makes it harder for them to see through the window.
  4. Reduced condensation: Double glazing also helps to reduce condensation on your windows. The insulating gas and the second pane of glass keep the temperature of the inside of the window closer to the room’s temperature, reducing the likelihood of condensation forming on the surface.
  5. Increased home value: Finally, double glazing can increase the value of your home. Home buyers are often willing to pay more for a property that has double-glazed windows installed, as they recognise the benefits of this energy-efficient and cost-saving solution.

As you can see, double glazing offers many benefits, including energy efficiency, noise reduction, increased security, reduced condensation, and increased home value. Double glazing is an excellent option if you are considering upgrading your windows.

Even timber framed windows can now be retrofitted with double glazing – but it requires specialist skills and tools.

For regular or timber double glazing, contact us for more information or for a free appraisal.