Triple Glazed Windows Vs Double Glazed Windows.
Triple glazing originally designed for very cold climates such as Scandinavia and Canada. Since arriving in the UK it has given customers an extra alternative to double glazed windows. However there are many questions regarding the difference between the two and which one is better.
A Introduction to Triple Glazing.
Single glass or glazed windows tend to have one pane of glass. A double glazed window has two panes of glass and a triple glazed windows has 3 panes of glass.
A third pane of glass inserted into a uPVC or aluminium window frame has a number of benefits such as the following.
Reduced U Value.
Loss of heat is minimized by adding an extra third pane of glass. The U Value of tripled glazed windows is lower than single glazed windows and double glazed windows.
Less heat can escape through triple glazed windows. Allowing your rooms and home to stay much warmer during the winter months. Because heat cannot escape rooms will feel a lot more comfortable.
If you are living in area where it is always busy with traffic triple glazed windows reduces the sound. Triple glazing helps to reduce the noises from the outside so you don’t get disturbed.
Installing a third pane of glass provides the triple glazed windows with more depth compared to double glazed windows or single glazed. This helps to make your home or property more secure.
Double Glazing is Still Really Good.
Do not think that double glazing is not worth considering. If you have a single glazed window fitted and a tight budget then double glazing is a great choice for you. Double glazing is by far better than a single glazed window.
You could however mix both double glazing and triple glazing throughout the house. Triple glazing for rooms where there is much more noise from the outside such as living rooms and bedrooms. Double glazing fitted throughout the remaining house, this way you get the best of both at your property.
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