Posted on April 13, 2018 in FAQs
Double glazed windows consist of two sheets of glass, with a gap between them to create an insulating barrier. The space between the glass is often separated by a layer of air, or a heavier inert gas such as Argon, Kyrpton or Xenon. Double glazed windows better insulate your property and this can result in fewer draughts (potentially cheaper heating bills) and also less noise being transmitted through. Double glazed glass is also more difficult to break than single glazing, heightening security further.
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