Double Glazing, What You Should Know

On average, about 30 percent of the energy loss that is experienced in a home is through doors and windows. So how do you cut on energy loss while maintaining window crazed designs?

Double-glazing.

The airtight construction used on double glazed windows and doors ensures thermal insulation. This in turn lowers the flow of heat in and out of a room.

Double Glazed Awning Style Windows

Double glazed awning style windows are top-hung and allow you the pleasure of adjusting them to your preferred opening width for maximum security and safety.

The outward opening design is ideal for weatherproofing needs while allowing ventilation without affecting the internal space.

Double glazed awning style windows are fan-favorite top-hung windows that unlock outward from the base.

Double Glazed Tilt and Turn Windows

These windows are especially popular in Australia and found in houses that often face strong winds.

Double glazed tilt and turn windows are very secure, extremely versatile, and present no difficulty when operating.

As the name implies, the windows allow you to unlock your windows either vertically, or horizontally, to boost airflow and ventilation.

Control over the vertical or horizontal opening is directed by an easy-to-use handle that boasts of dual-action and allows you to unlatch at your desired angle.

When shut, the combined features of double glazed technology and air-tight seals keep out external air drafts and reduces penetration of external temperature.

Sliding Windows Double Glazed

These windows are popular because of their simple operation and space-saving design.

These windows function in the exact manner as standard aluminium sliding windows but greatly outperform them with their superior noise reduction as well as insulation qualities.

The way these windows are installed and function helps lessen the build-up of grime and dust that occurs in the joints and cracks of regular aluminium sliding windows. This makes them close to maintenance-free.

Double Glazed Casement Windows

These windows are popular for their simplicity and ease of use. They function just like standard inward or outward opening windows, but are a notch better because of their superior noise reduction as well as insulation qualities.

Double glazed casement windows allow for an unrestricted opening angle that gives way to extra ventilation and the flow of fresh air into your home.

Flyscreens Double Glazed Hinged Doors

These doors are simple, elegant, and fit almost all styles of architecture.

When shut, they block out most noise, lessen external temperature penetration, and external air drafts.

Flyscreens double glazed hinged doors present you with a vast range of panel designs, locking mechanisms, and profiles.

Double Glazed French Doors

These doors combine the elegance of French doors with the amazing benefits of double glazing. They come in different designs and styles and can help to make your home additionally sustainable and noise insulating.

Double Glazed Stack and Slide Doors

These doors are popular because they add more light to a room, and are preferred for access to patio and deck areas.

These doors are latched using a locking handle that controls a four-point locking mechanism on the side.

Double Glazed Lift and Side PD76

These doors leverage a unique handle that hoists the sliding panel onto its wheels to control the door.

This panel can be latched into position at any point on its track. This makes it ideal to vent overnight when in need of fresh air without endangering the security of your house.

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At Gold Coast Glazier, we are committed to transforming your home with double-glazed windows and doors. Reach out to us for installations and repairs too!

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