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double glazing

Insulating glass that is composed of an inner and outer pane, with a sealed air space between them. See also: Glass

double glazing

Two panes of glass, usually parallel, with an air space between; used to provide increased thermal and/or sound insulation.
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That's why we fit B-rated energy saving double-glazing as standard, which could save you over GBP110 per year on your heating bills.
The most versatile and expensive type of secondary double-glazing can be opened for ventilation.
These types of double-glazing are intended to remain in place all year round, although you can easily lift out sliding panes in summer if you have somewhere to store them.
Coldseal was the retail double-glazing subsidiary of Heywood Williams, which incurred losses of pounds 5.
The survey, based on 2,218 responses from people who had had double-glazing installed in the past two years, found that opting for a well-known name did not always help.
The stereotype of the persistent double-glazing salesman is still very much a reality.
The first correct entry selected at random will win double-glazing installation up to the value of pounds 6,000.
A number of windows of the house overlooked the development and an environmental health officer suggested an acoustic fence be erected round the property and discussed the possibility of requiring the developer to install double-glazing in the upper floor windows.
Shortly before the plans subboard meeting, the council received a proposal from the couple for double-glazing for windows on both floors of their property and the board approved the planning application subject to the glazing being put in.
In today's competitive market, you will find double-glazing solutions for any type of property - old or new, traditional or contemporary.
If you can only afford to install a partial double-glazing system, why not fit it in the rooms which cost the most to heat?
FIRE FIGHTERS claim bosses are trying to make them act like double-glazing salesmen in a door-to-door safety drive.