We keep the original structure of your windows and doors and change your glass panes at an affordable price. Contact-us to replace your cracked, damaged or foggy window panes. Whatever the type or model, we can help you.
Overtime, the seal of a double glazed window will fail, causing moisture to make its way in between the two panes of glass. This is what causes your sealed unit to look foggy or cloudy.
Increases the insulating performance
Fast, efficient, ecological and low-cost solution
Save money on your energy bill
Increase the value of your home
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Several options are available for your new glass panes
Thermal Resistance R-2, 10 year warranty.
Thermal Resistance R-3 10 year warranty. ENERGY STAR Certified*
Low-e glass for low emission, have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted. It is usually combined with argon gaz filled units (details below).
Low-E Argon double-glazed unit
Thermal resistance R-3.2 to R-4.2, is designed to keep the heat in and the cold out. The argon gas sealed between the two glasses acts as extra insulation. ENERGY STAR Certified* 10 year warranty.
Low-E Argon triple-glazed unit
Thermal Resistance R-5.5 to R-6.5, ENERGY STAR Certified* 10 year warranty.
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* ENERGY STAR Certified products offer the highest energy efficiency among all brands and models on the market. They must comply with stringent technical specifications without compromising features or performance in other areas.
A double pane window has air or a dense gas such as argon or krypton between its two panes. This acts as a layer of insulation between the outdoors and the interior of your home. What does this insulation amount to? A 20 percent reduction in energy usage, for starters. And when scaled up to national or global levels, a significant reduction in fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emission.
The air (or gas) between the panes will deter a significant fraction of the sound waves from making their way into your house. The sound transmission class (STC) rating of a basic double pane window is about 32, which is better than the STC rating of 28 for a single window pane.
With technological advancements steadily on the rise, new and improved variants of double pane windows are constantly being developed. You can avail of increased degrees of insulation and noise reduction, as well as a host of other benefits. Top-of-the-line double glazing can cut your energy consumption by as much as 50 percent.
Quality is of the most importance when it comes to choosing a double pane window. Double pane that are poorly manufactured or assembled can fail well before their stated lifespan, exhibiting symptoms such as failed seals and fogged panes. Consult a professional window installation or replacement service to ensure that you’re choosing the right make and variety of double pane window for your home.