Laminated glass is manufactured by bonding two panes of glass together.
They contain an inner plastic layer than holds the two outer layers of
glass in place. This makes it more durable, and in the event it is
broken the glass with stay in its frame.
Double glazed sash windows incorporate two panes of glass within
the framework as opposed to just one. These two sheets of thick
glazing are separated by a vacuumed pocket that trap a layer of air or gas.
Double-glazed windows are very energy efficient, as they can reduce heat loss or heat gain by almost 30% in comparison to single-glazed aluminium windows. Double glazing can contribute significantly to a 6 star or higher energy efficient home and is widely available.
The Heritage unit is a narrow sightline unit with an overall thickness of 12mm-16mm,
manufactured specifically for historic and conservation sector.
Slimline heritage double glazing is also available in 11mm.
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