Double Glazed Windows
Although the framing has a significant impact on the way a glazed extension, window or door performs, the glass area, or glazing as it is known, is just as important.
Double glazing is essentially two panes of glass that are separated by a small cavity. This cavity is then filled with inert gas, usually Argon but sometimes Krypton.
Inert gases conduct heat very poorly, meaning less heat is able to escape through the window and more of it is kept inside the home. This results in cosy, comfortable homes that don’t require as much fuel to keep them warm.
With A+ energy ratings and low U-values, you’ll save money on your energy bills.