The Benefits of Double Glazed Windows

The Benefits of Double Glazed Windows

The benefits of Double Glazed Windows can often be lost in the cost. Given that they are equally as beneficial in the summer as in the winter, we thought we’d debunk a few myths and lay out all the information you need to make an informed decision when investing in new windows.

Double Glazed Windows from Facelift Windows

Double Glazed Windows in summer

Simply put, they’re designed to keep the heat out! As you can see in the above picture there are two panes of glass. In summer they reduce heat entering the home with the extra insulation diminishing your reliance on air conditioning,  ultimately bringing your energy costs down. To find out a little more about the benefits of Double Glazed Windows in summer click here.

Added bonus of Double Glazed Windows

The special design of Double Glazed Windows makes them ideal for noise reduction.  In fact, you can reduce the noise by up to 77% depending on the type of glass used. When you’re getting a quote from Facelift Window and Door Replacements, ask about noise reduction options.

Enhance the value of your home

Retrofitting Double Glazed Windows gives your home a more modern look and feel. We always recommend that windows (and doors for that matter) are professionally installed by a licensed building practitioner such as Facelift Window and Door Replacements. Take a look in the real estate section of your local newspaper and you’ll see time and time again that Double Glazed Windows feature frequently in house descriptions. So by making The Facelift Difference to your home you are not only improving it aesthetically and bringing down your energy bills, BUT  increasing the value of your home! It’s a triple treat!

So when you’re thinking about your next set of windows, think about Double Glazing. If you’d like any more information feel free to call the office on 1300 732 523.

By | 2017-11-11T11:33:00+00:00 April 24th, 2017|News, Uncategorized|

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