Windows are the weak point in your home’s thermal efficiency.
Triple glazing can improve the overall efficiency of your house. In Britain, windows are most commonly double-glazed; this means that they’re constructed using two panes of glass. Double-glazing was invented in the early 1900s and transformed our homes: far warmer than just a single pane of glass, it’s become the standard for windows. Now triple-glazing has further advanced the technology of windows. Best considered when replacing your old windows, triple-glazing is a fantastic way to upgrade your home’s energy efficiency.
Triple-glazing further reduces the heat loss through your windows – this cuts down on the issue of cold spots at windows, something that can be a problem with double-gazing. Your home will be that bit more comfortable: something that can be welcome during a Scottish winter.
Thermal efficiency isn’t the only area that triple-glazing is superior in. With the extra pane of glass, the noise reduction of triple-glazing is unsurpassed. If you live in an area that has problems with noise pollution then this could be the solution you’re looking for.