Double glazed windows make use of two glass sheets between them that serves as an insulating barrier. In double glazed panes, the space between the panes is filled with either vacuum or a heavy inert gas such as Xenon, Argon, and Krypton. Vacuum is rarely used nowadays since the efficiency diminishes as the vacuum diminishes. These energy efficient double glazed windows come in a variety of frame materials and different styles.
Drought-proof your home using Double Glazed Windows
Drought proofing is one of the most efficient ways to save energy and also one of the cheapest ways to save money in any particular building. Both ventilation and droughts provide fresh air to your home. Good ventilation reduces dampness and condensation.
Draughts when uncontrolled let too much cold and also waste a considerable amount of heat. To drought proof your house,it’s advisable that one blocks all unwanted gaps in the house that let out warm air and let in cold air. When these gaps are blocked, warm air does not escape from the house and translates to less energy to be used to heat your home, and this means that you get to save money and at the same time make your home pleasant and snug.