How Does Double Glazing Work?

How Does Double Glazing Work?

Double glazing is nothing short of a miracle in making New Zealand homes more comfortable and energy-efficient all year. With double-glazed windows, homeowners can save money on energy, reduce their overall carbon footprint, and keep their homes more insulated and mould-free. But how does the technology function? We’ll go over everything you need to know about double glazing, as well as why it’s a home improvement project worth considering if you don’t already have it.

What Is Double Glazing And How Does It Work?

Double glazing is a feature that can be added to any window or glass door to prevent heat loss in the winter and gain in the summer. Instead of a single pane of glass, double-glazed windows and doors use two panes separated by an air or argon gas layer. This layer is intended to act as an insulator. Convection is the process by which heat is transferred from a hot space to a cold space. A good conductor is required to make this happen. The trapped air between the double-glazed windows has only 67% thermal conductivity, making it a poor heat conductor. Your space will stay warmer for longer because less heat can escape. When argon is used inside double-glazing, heat has a more challenging time passing through, making it more effective.

What Are The Benefits?

UPVC double-glazed windows are an excellent choice for weather-proofing doors and windows because they can reduce heat loss by 10%. The following are some of the specific advantages of UPVC double-glazed doors and windows:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Higher security
  • Soundproof
  • Dry home
  • Low maintenance

Eco Doors And Windows’ innovative UPVC profile ensures that your home’s windows and doors are of the highest quality. UPVC double glazing provides incredible value for your property, from reducing condensation and noise to providing excellent insulation. Learn more about UPVC—for your convenience, we offer a free, no-obligation quote. Please contact us right away!

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