Installing energy efficient windows with SGG 's high performance Low-E or solar control glass can save your energy bills compared to traditional windows and frames.
Our own research has shown that many homeowners are unaware of the performance differences between different types of window glass, instead assuming that all double glazing is equally energy efficient. In reality, there are significant differences in performance with the type of glass used being key.
How does it work?
Energy saving Low-E coated glass that uses an advanced metallic coating reflects heat from radiators or fires back into the room, rather than allowing it to escape through the windows. At the same time it allows free heat and light energy from the sun to pass through the glass, warming your home and further contributing to the energy efficiency of your windows. That means lower energy bills compared to standard windows.
Using thermally insulating double glazing is the best way to improve the energy efficiency of your windows and make your home environment more comfortable.
Improved thermal insulation - reduced heat loss saves you money on your heating bills.
Improved energy efficiency - reduced need for heating helps to save energy and protect the environment.
More comfortable rooms - improved thermal insulation means fewer cold spots and drafts near windows and doors.
Less condensation - the inner surface of the glass stays warmer, reducing internal condensation and prolonging the life of your windows.
Thermally insulating glass can be combined with many other products for multi-functional glazing, such as low-maintenance, solar control, noise reduction, decorative glass and enhanced safety and security.