Double Glazing Explained

Double Glazing Explained

Does double glazing eliminate condensation?

Condensation forms when warm air is cooled. In the case of a window, the moisture in the air condenses on the glass forming what can be significant amounts of water.

Where the window has only single glazing, the cool temperature on the outside transfers easily to the inside and condensation occurs rapidly.

When double glazing is installed, there is much improved thermal insulation between the outside and inside. As a result, condensation is greatly reduced, creating a warmer, drier, healthier home.

Whatever your double glazing needs are, you can be confident that we will provide the right retroGLAZE solution for your home

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