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Do I Need Triple Glazed Windows?

Posted: Thursday, 29 June 2017 @ 12:04
 

Double glazed windows used to be the height of energy saving window installation – but now manufacturers have gone one step further to offer triple glazed windows. But just what difference can one extra pane make? Quite a lot, actually! Read on to find out how you could benefit from installing triple glazing.

Do you want to boost your home’s energy efficiency?

The answer to this question should be yes! Not only will improving efficiency make your home warmer, it will also mean you’ll spend less on your bills while also helping out the environment. It’s a win-win situation, and triple glazing is one of the best ways to improve your home’s energy performance.

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Double glazed windows are adequate in keeping out draughts and making sure your home is as warm as possible. But triple glazing goes one step further, and can in fact increase your home’s energy efficiency by a third compared to double glazing. Triple glazing ensures window insulation is matching the modern techniques being used on walls, floors and rooves to create an efficient home.

Do you want to reduce noise pollution?

If you live in a busy area, noise pollution can be a huge problem. From loud vehicles driving by at night to noisy neighbours or roadworks, noise pollution can be more than just an annoyance if it stops you sleeping and affects your health. Triple glazed windows offer the best in sound insulation, which will reduce the amount of outdoor noise you hear. It’s amazing what an extra pane of glass can do, and you’ll instantly notice the difference!

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Do you have north facing windows?

Because of its heat retaining properties, our triple glazed windows are ideal for windows which don’t get the benefit of lots of natural sunlight. Using Low E glass, the windows reflect light back into the room, making the most of any light and heat which is received by the window. This will instantly warm up the room and keep it at a warmer temperature than double glazing would.

Triple glazing offers the ultimate in energy efficiency, and will result in a warmer, more comfortable home which is cheaper to heat. So do you need to replace your current windows with triple glazing? After reading the facts, the choice is yours. If you have any more questions or would like to arrange a quote, just get in touch with our window experts.

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