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Double Glazing

Double glazing refers to a window that has
two panes of glass.

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What is Double Glazing?

Double glazing refers to a window that has two panes of glass. The main component of the window is the double glazed sealed unit, also known as an insulated glass unit (IGU) which sits in a frame of uPVC, aluminium or timber.

The IGU comprises of two sheets of glass separated by a spacer bar to create an air gap which is filled with an insulating gas. A bit like a sandwich of glass bread with a filling of air.
The primary benefit of double glazing is thermal insulation – to retain heat in a room whilst stopping cold air entering from outside to make the room more energy-efficient.

Double glazing makes such a difference to energy-efficiency that building regulations were set in 2002, to say that all replacement windows must be a minimum double glazed C rated – unless the property is a listed building or in a conservation area.

Allied Home are the Solar Panels and Air Source Heat Pumps Specialists

What are the benefits of double glazing?

Thermal transfer, solar gain, dew point, sound frequency and conduction - what all this information means in reality is that double glazing will:

  • Keep more external noise out of your home
  • Retain more heat and keep your home warmer
  • Reduce condensation on your windows
  • Reduce the amount of energy you use to heat your home
  • Reduce your energy bills
  • Add value to your home

If you’re thinking of upgrading your windows, all our windows are bespoke made from a range of different glass products.

If you have an extra cold room that doesn't get light, a room that gets too much sun, or a bedroom facing a noisy road – we can provide the perfect window for you.

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