You might have heard the term triple glazing before and wondered what all the fuss is about? What’s the difference between double and triple glazing? Let us take all of the confusion out with this handy guide on what triple glazing is and whether it’s right for your home.
Simply put, triple glazed windows consist of three glass panes each separated by a gas-filled space or vacuum, whereas double glazing just consists of two panes. It was first developed in the 1930s but was originally only popular in Scandinavian countries. However, today it’s a popular choice for homeowners across Britain.
Double glazing is an ideal choice for many homes as it offers high levels of thermal efficiency but if your home is particularly cold or perhaps you live near a busy road, triple glazing can offer you that extra layer of thermal and sound insulation.
As with any home improvement, the more materials you use the more you can pay so triple glazing is a pricier investment than double but the benefits are clearly worth it;
Regardless of what type of glazing you choose our multi-chambered uPVC or strong and thermally efficient aluminium frames will ensure that heat is kept inside your home. Choose from a wide range of colours, glazing styles and hardware to personalise your windows and ensure they suit your home. This includes wood effect finishes that are perfect for traditional and heritage homes.
All of our products, including our triple glazed windows, come with 10-year guarantee for your peace of mind and are installed by professionals who will ensure that your home improvement is completed to the highest standard.
Across Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire, we offer superior double and triple glazing as well as bifold doors, orangeries and conservatories. Why not visit our Aylesbury showroom to see our products for yourself and get expert advice from our home improvement specialists.