Offering customers the best in terms of thermal efficiency and sound reduction, our triple glazing ensures that your home can achieve super low U-values for the best possible energy saving and the lowest possible energy bills.
While your home may already have double glazing, you may find that you still experience draughts in your home or excessive noise coming from outside the property. This is especially likely to be the case if your home is in a particularly exposed position. As you might imagine from its name, triple glazing uses three separate panes of glass rather than two (double glazing) or one (single glazing). This adds an effective additional layer of protection to guard against heat loss or draught entry and also adds extra insulation from noise ingress.
If you have single glazing in your home or double glazing which was installed more than 10 to 15 years ago, you will definitely notice the difference if you opt for triple glazing. You will immediately find that your home is quieter, warmer and even more secure, and as an added bonus, triple glazing can also increase the value of your home.
If you live close to a busy road, under a flight path, or in any other area where there is a lot of noise pollution, triple glazing could be the ideal choice for you. If you are building a brand new house and want to achieve Passive House standards, triple glazing can also offer you impressively low U-values which can be as low as 0.7 W/m2K.
The benefits of triple glazing include:
Thames Valley Windows are experts at installing triple glazing, and we can offer it on all our available windows. Our experienced fitters are highly trained and qualified so that you can be confident that all work done will be to the highest standard, and our 5-star rating on Trustpilot goes to prove that our customers would agree.
You may also be interested in reading our blog, ͚”What are the Benefits of Triple Glazing“?
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