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 master bedroom has a double-glazed window to the rear with a full-length window and french door to the side balcony overlook-k ing the adjacent included field.
Surely one double-glazed window is not a lot to ask for?
On the first floor, bedroom one has fitted wardrobes; bedroom two has a double-glazed window and bedroom three faces the front of the property.
55am somebody attempted to petrol bomb the shop, which was protected by a double-glazed window.
Tel: 029 2070 3799 Charming with a modern twist: The accommodation comprises porch with a PVCu double-glazed window to the side, ceramic tiled flooring, glazed door to entrance hall, double door to storage cupboard.
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.
GEOFF Capes, twice winner of the World's Strongest Man title, tried his hand at smashing a double-glazed window at the opening of a new Huddersfield business.
The kitchen/diner has a double-glazed window and sliding doors that lead to the rear garden, so you can take food and drinks outside in the summer while entertaining.
The charge alleges that on September 10 Fisher damaged a television belonging to himself and a double-glazed window in his Solihull Council flat.
Kevin Rogers, station officer at Radford fire station, said: "It seems somebody attempted to petrol bomb the premises which were protected by a double-glazed window.
The lad hurled a coffee table through a double-glazed window, damaged doors and a wall and smashed an electric socket at the house in Nantyglo, south Wales.