What are double glazed windows?

They may be the most popular window choice of today, but not a lot of people know a lot about double glazed windows. We at The Window Doctor are experts on window installation and repairs so we know near enough everything about double glazing! Read on to find out more about this.

What Are Double Glazed Windows?

We’re often asked, ‘what are double glazed windows?’ which isn’t a hard thing to understand once you’ve been told. It consists of two or more glass windowpanes which have a separator between them to allow space for gas to fill. They are usually a uPVC frame as this is an affordable and widely available material. It is also a very long-lasting material which means the windows can be maintained easier and replaced less often than other materials would have to be.

If you’re interested in having uPVC double glazing installed into your home, be sure to call our team on 01633 868585 and we’ll help you decide what would look best in your home.

What Are The Benefits Of Double Glazing

There’s many double glazing benefits which make them such a widely loved product for the home. These include:

Easy to maintain and clean
Don’t rot or warp
It can be recycled for new uPVC materials
Extreme thermal efficiency
Light and durable

How Are Double Glazed Windows Made?

You may be wondering ‘how are double glazed windows made?’. The uPVC frames are made in moulds and cooled to maintain their shape. Once they have become hard again, they are cut to different specifications and the individual sides are put together.

The glass panes are fitted, and an inert gas is filled between the layers to prevent condensation forming and moisture getting between the glass. Finally, the window frame is sealed to create the final product. These are then installed into your home!

The Window Doctor Cwmbran

For the best double glazed windows and professional fitting service, come to us at The Window Doctor in Cwmbran. We have had many years in the industry and many more happy customers, so you won’t disappointed when coming to us. Contact us today for more information on our services and how you can benefit from them.

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