Triple Glazing Vs Double Glazing – Everything You Need To Know!

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It may not seem one of the most obvious factors to consider but making sure that your home has the correct type of glazing is essential. There is a range of benefits that come with choosing the right glazing which we’ll look at in more detail below, from insulation to security and even soundproofing. If you fall victim to intruders or vandalism, there are emergency glaziers in London that can provide long-lasting glass repair. 

So, whether you’re thinking about upgrading to double-glazing, or the more modern triple glazing, read on to find out everything you need to know! 

What is double glazing?

Double glazing is one of the most common types of glazing used in modern homes. These windows are made up of two layers of glass in a frame, with air or gas between them. Depending on the size and style of window you choose, they can vary in price but are well worth investing in and come with a huge list of benefits.

Double glazing is an alternative to single glazing, which is mostly found in older, period properties but is lesser used in modern windows due to its ability to smash more easily. It is also not great at keeping your home insulated. If you still have single glazed windows in your home, it is well worth looking at making the upgrade to double glazing. Read on to find out how double-glazed windows can benefit you and your family.

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The benefits of double glazing

Installing double glazed windows can make a huge difference to your home life. Our homes are a place where we feel comfortable and safe – and double-glazed windows can help with this. 

One of the main benefits that come with double glazing is that it helps us to be more energy-efficient, and with energy bills on the rise, anything that can help us save a bit of money is welcome! Double glazing helps to regulate the temperature of the home. It works to keep the heat in and the cold out, so you won’t have to use as much energy to warm up, and you won’t be losing energy through your windows either. 

Another benefit that double glazing has to offer is improved security. The double panes of glass are strong and will make it more difficult for intruders to compromise. As well as these windows being extra strong and therefore harder to break, they’re likely to deter intruders from attempting a break-in, as they will know they won’t be successful. 

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If you live in a particularly built-up area, double glazing could be the solution for you. No one wants to hear their noisy neighbours or unwanted traffic noises, especially at night when you’re trying to sleep! The two panes of glass in double glazing can reduce the sound of outside disruption, so you can live peacefully without being disrupted.  

What is triple glazing?

Triple glazing is one of the most modern glazing solutions and is used in colder countries for its ability to keep heat in and cold out. It isn’t much different to double glazing, other than (you guessed it) it has another pane of glass with air between, so three panes of glass in total. The idea is that the extra panel of glass gives you the same benefits of double glazing, but better. We’ll have a closer look at the benefits this type of glazing has, below. 

The benefits of triple glazing

Triple glazing gives heightened benefits that come with double glazing, like improved soundproofing because of the third pane of glass. If you live in a noisy, urban area, triple glazing may be advantageous. It also improves security because three glass sheets are going to be almost impenetrable – if you’re looking for an extra safe security solution, it might be worth looking into triple glazing. It is also great for keeping the cold out, and because of this, a lot of Scandinavian countries have adopted this type of glazing. But it is still argued whether triple glazing is worth it and if we will actually feel the benefit with a third pane of glass in this country when it doesn’t get as cold as it does in other countries that use this solution. 

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Double Vs triple: Is it worth it?

The argument about whether you should choose triple glazing over double is ongoing, but it is really up to you to decide what you think your home will benefit from the most. Triple glazing does come with heightened advantages, but it is more expensive and it’s hard to stay whether you will feel the benefits more than you would with double glazing. Triple glazing is the most modern solution, but you won’t know until you try if it is better than double! 

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