The cost of energy bills increases every year, but without having to turn up the heating, double glazing works to keep your home warm.
On the basis of how energy-efficient they are, Windows has various types. The best-performing ranking is an A+, and G is the lowest.
Because of advanced glass technology, many new windows are double glazed with improved energy efficiency. An outer bane allows for heat to pass through.
The coated glass is able to select the wavelengths of energy allowed to pass and which wavelengths to reflect. More heat is kept by the inner panel,
reducing the need to use central heating Double glazing also creates insulation barriers by trapping air between the glass panes.
Argon gas is used to provide effective insulation, and the window is fitted and sealed to ensure there is an airtight fit