If you regularly find yourself shivering in your home then it is worth considering triple glazing. Triple glazing is the process of installing three panes of glass in your windows, instead of the standard two. Most windows have double glazing, which has helped to reduce the amount of heat escaping from homes dramatically.
However, installing triple glazed windows in Australia can provide even greater insulation and prevent heat from escaping from your home. It is an expensive process but can end up saving you money on energy bills. They are very effective in cold climates, where a lot of heat is lost through windows, but they are also becoming increasingly popular all over the world as people want to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.
Australia comprises six states – Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania – and the mainland territories are three – the JBT (Jervis Bay Territory), the NT (Northern Territory), and the ACT (Australian Capital Territory). Considering most factors, the NT and ACT function as states, except the fact that the Commonwealth Parliament possesses the power to repeal or modify any legislation that the territory parliaments pass.
Triple glazing is the process of installing three panes of glass in your windows
Brief outline of the triple glazing process
- First, we install an outer pane of glass. This is done using a special, high-tech silicone sealant to ensure a tight fit. This layer is often referred to as the ‘A’ pane.
- Next, we install another layer of glass (known as the ‘B’ pane) into the frame left by our first step. Again, this is done using silicone sealant for a tight fit between layers.
- Finally, we will install yet another layer of glass (known as your ‘C’ pane). This final layer will be installed on top of your existing windows and we use silicone sealant again to ensure it fits tightly with both its neighbours on either side and your existing window frames themselves.
Most windows have double glazing, which has helped to reduce the amount of heat escaping from homes dramatically. However, triple glazing can provide even greater insulation and prevent heat from escaping from your home.
You might be wondering what the difference is between double and triple glazing. Double glazing is where two layers of glass are used to form a unit, as well as having a gas or vacuum between them. Triple glazing has three layers of glass with gas or vacuum between each layer. This can make an enormous difference in terms of energy efficiency in your home and will help you save on your monthly bills, as less heat escapes through the windows.
Triple glazing has been proven to offer up to 50 per cent more energy-efficient than traditional single pane glass, so if you live somewhere where there are harsh winters, this could be something worth looking into for yourself.
Triple glazing can help save energy and cut down your bills
Triple glazed windows in Australia are a great investment. It can reduce the amount of energy you use to heat your home, so you’ll save money on heating bills. And if you’re worried about how much it will cost to replace your windows, don’t be.
We can replace any window in your house with triple glazing for just £5 per square foot, which means that installing three panes of glass instead of two can actually reduce the cost of replacement windows by up to 30 per cent And that’s not all: it also improves soundproofing and helps prevent condensation inside the home.
Triple glazing is a great alternative to double glazing and can be an effective way to save energy. It has many benefits and when done right, it can provide the best possible results. The price of triple glazing varies depending on the style, size and quality of glass used. However, it’s worth investing in if you want to reduce your energy bills and cut down on the amount of wasted heat escaping through windows.