Glass

Glass forms an important part in creating an energy efficient comfortable home while providing light and a sense of space.

Low E coated and glass can assist with the control of heat loss or gain and helps reduce energy costs in a home.

Which glass should we choose?

Glass is an important component that impacts the functionality of the window. You can use the following indicative chart to make your selection.

Glass Type Functionality
Sound Insulation Heat Insulation Light Safety
Float √√√√
Tinted √√ √√
Laminated √√ √√√ √√√√
Low E Coated √√√ √√√
Low E Coated Laminated √√ √√√ √√√ √√√√
Low E Coated Toughened √√√ √√√ √√√√
Toughened √√√√ √√
Double Glazed Float √√ √√√ √√√√
Double Glazed Toughened √√ √√√ √√√√ √√√√
Double Glazed Toughened Low E Coated √√ √√√√ √√√√ √√√√

Double Glazed Glass offers best solutions for thermal insulation.

Note:

The ticks are not mathematical in nature, just an indication of effectiveness. Four ticks do not necessarily mean twice as effective as two ticks.