Triple Glazing Supplier to Liverpool and the North West
Virtually NO heat loss!
How does Triple Glazing work?
Before we take a look at the obvious benefits of triple glazing, first you have to understand how the glass in windows links in with the energy efficiency of the property. Firstly, there is direct heat loss, normally measured in u-values, and is basically the loss of heat over a particular area measures in time. The slower the heat escapes, the better. In recent years glass manufactures have achieved better results with Low-E (low emissivity) Glass such as Pilkington K Glass (Hard Coat) or Saint Gobain’s Planitherm (Soft Coat), which is a coating to stop energy escaping.
By adding another pane of Low-E glass it helps the u-value of the triple glazed unit, adding another barrier to stop heat escaping out of a room. We use warm-edge spacer bar, which acts as a thermal break inside the unit, stopping the transfer of cold air into the room, and warm air out of the room, thus reducing the risk of condensation, most of the heat lost from a window, travels through the edge of the glass, the warm-edge spacer not only helps, as its name suggests, keep the edge of the unit warmer.
We fill the cavities of these triple glazed units with inert gases, such as Krypton or Argon, which helps create insulating pockets, thus improving levels of insulation.
Benefits of Triple Glazing:
Insulate against heat loss
Resist extreme changes in temperature
Efficient noise reduction
Keeping moisture and rain outside
Creating a safe and secure environment
Giving you a standard 10-year guarantee
Saving money on your energy bills
Our suppliers for Triple Glazing
Inliten Frames – How it works:
Designed with a number of internal chambers within the profile system.
Each chamber acts as a barrier against heat loss from inside the home and against cold air from coming inside.
This ensures the frame itself offers superior thermal efficiency
Using a 40mm unit with double argon gas