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Window glazing is not just glass for windows, it is a physical barrier between the interior of your house and the outside environment, that lets light through and lets you see outside!  It is also responsible for insulating your home and making sure that the minimum amount of heat escapes during colder times and that no heat enters during warmer months. Your windows are responsible for how much natural light enters your property as well as how much heat generated by the sun can enter.

One of the top things you can do to maximise the energy efficiency of your home is to make sure you have double or triple-glazed windows. Double-glazed windows consist of 2 panes of glass with an inert gas trapped between the 2 panes, with triple glazing it is 3 panes of glass.

Poorly functioning windows are one of the biggest culprits when it comes to heat loss in the home or commercial buildings. If you have an older building it may possess single glazing in its windows which is not energy efficient. Installing quality double-glazing windows or triple glazing can make a significant difference to your home, a difference that you can visually see in the reduction to your energy bills!

Why is it important to have new, quality double-glazing windows?

Installing new, double-glazing windows bring many benefits to your home or business. Good-quality double-glazed windows are strong and durable and have a long life span. They are energy efficient and will save you money on your energy bills and also make it easier to regulate the temperature of your home or building. Custom-made glazing is made to perfectly fit your window frame space. There are a wide variety of styles, types and shapes when you buy custom-made double-glazing windows that will suit any home and taste preference.

Why it is important to have high-quality wood and glass in your windows

Low-quality windows are commonly the biggest cause of heat loss in a home. By reglazing your existing windows or installing new, quality window frames with quality glazing, you are ensuring that your home will be properly insulated against heat loss. Quality window installation will also make your home safer and more secure as it is more difficult to break and it will last longer without developing leaks or other problems, commonly associated with poor-quality windows.

The importance of high-quality wood is much the same, it will last longer, look better and fit your glazing more securely. Quality wood has high insulating properties which means it is also involved in reducing heat loss in the colder months and reducing the heat entering your building in the warmer months, making your home more energy efficient. In addition, wood is highly sought after, many people prefer its classic look and it is strong, durable and very long-lasting. Wooden windows will bring a stunning aesthetic to your home, whether your property is traditionally styled, or a more contemporary, modern building.