double glazing


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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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DOUBLE glazing has been all the rage for decades, but now a new design trend is emerging from the nation's glassware workshops and slowly wending its way into homes.
If you are considering making the switch to double glazing then do make sure you check out who to hire to fit them - look online for reviews and recommendations and go for a company which offers a guarantee on all work.
It's less expensive than replacement double glazing but will still save money by cutting heat loss and draughts.
If everyone in the UK who needed double glazing fitted it we'd save the equivalent of around 770,000 households' CO2 emissions.
A popular and traditionalstyle family home with three bedrooms, a bathroom with a shower, two living rooms, an extended kitchen, central heating, double glazing, private gardens and a rear garage.
In White Gold, we're introduced to Vincent Swan (Ed Westwick), double glazing salesman extraordinaire.
The independent energy advisory group state that replacing all singleglazed windows with B-rated double glazing will save the average householder about PS165 per year on energy bills.
There is also an integral garage,gas central heating and double glazing. Contact:AbProperties,tel:01555 660 077.
It would have no double glazing, a standard gas firing boiler with room thermostat, a hot water jacket and non-energy saving light bulbs.
Over the next five years, South Tyneside Homes will be installing double glazing in properties as part of the Decent Homes programme of improvements.
CThru Window Solutions is a newly formed Double Glazing Unit Repair Company, operated by Steve Bell who has over 30 years experience in the Glazing and Window industry.
concludes: Double glazing is one of the most ex-pensive improvements you can make to your home.