Three glass layers for the ultimate insulation
While double glazing was made a mandatory requirement across the new build market since April 2002, triple glazing refers to an extra third pane of glass sitting within a frame that further reduces a home’s energy loss. Energy efficiency is measured via what’s known as ‘U-value’, and though the average 24 mm double-glazed window with argon filling comes in at around 1.1 W/m2K, triple glazing comes in at an astounding 0.6 W/m2K – well below the industry standard.
Plan-it Windows’ triple-glazed windows and doors are specifically designed to provide high thermal insulation, keeping your home warmer and saving you money on heating bills. Added benefits in doing this include impressive soundproofing from the hustle and bustle of the outside as well as improved prevention of condensation build-up.