Double glazing reduces the amount of energy that is lost in your home because of the gap between the two panes of glass. A typical double glazed unit fills the gap with air to generate a barrier between the inside of your property and the outside. Due to this, it is harder for heat to be transferred to the outside world.
25% of the heat in your home can be lost through your windows!
Unlike a standard double glazed unit, in this version the gap between the panes of glass is replaced with argon gas instead of regular air.
Argon gas is six times heavier than normal air and therefore is less thermally conductive so it can retain more heat within the property.
Argon gas is completely safe to use as it is:
Glass is a material that is constantly improving its solar and thermal performance.
Saveheat is a leading range of energy-efficient glazing systems. When replacing or upgrading windows, Saveheat can offer you an informed
choice about different types of glass that are available.
What Saveheat glass can offer:
Saveheat can combine any of the glass features above together to make you a bespoke unit depending on your preference and what will benefit you the greatest.
Make your home a heat saving home!
Low-emissivity glass is a microscopically thin, transparent coating across windows which was developed to reflect escaping heat back inside
during cold weather, reducing heat loss through the glass. The reverse happens during warm weather to keep the interior cool.
Standard double glazed units do not contain low-emissivity glass, unlike Low-E Glass which is ultimately more energy-efficient and can significantly reduce the amount of energy lost through your windows by up to 75%.