Double-glazed window


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Double-glazed window

A window with two panes of glass separated by an air space. Some double-glazed windows contain a gas between the panes that further increases the window’s insulative value.
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The library itself has four double-glazed windows to the front elevation, exposed timber beams, limestone-tiled flooring, exposed brick walls and double glazed sliding patio doors leading out to the rear garden.
The utility room has matching base and wall cupboards, work surface and stainless steel sink and drainer, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge freezer to remain, limestone tiled floor with double-glazed window and stable door to front patio.
The garage has been converted and has a double-glazed window, a central heating radiator and coved ceiling.
I HAVE been trying to get a double-glazed window in my living room for over 20 years.
The bottle - and a stone which was thrown through a double-glazed window - are being sent off for forensic examination in a bid to catch the culprits.
We discovered a pellet lodged in the double-glazed window beside the front door.
Because the inner pane is relatively warm, a double-glazed window dramatically reduces cold down-draughts, and also suffers much less from condensation than a single-glazed one.
Susan Baxter, 22, was bleeding badly after smashing her way out through the double-glazed window.
The all-mod-cons kitchen has a double-glazed window, wall and base units, with an inset Belfast sink and mixer tap, integrated oven and built-in gas hob and extractor over.
The outer panel of a double-glazed window, on East Lea, was broken.
55am somebody attempted to petrol bomb the shop, which was protected by a double-glazed window.
A double-glazed window in the fire escape shaft was blown out by the intensity of the heat, while the stairwell was filled with thick black smoke.