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Double Glazing vs. Triple Glazing: A UK Perspective

Which is better: Double Glazing or Triple Glazing

Is Triple Glazing Superior To Double Glazing

Triple glazing is often promoted on the presumption that ‘two (panes) must be better than three’. But is there a difference in performance, and is that applicable in Australian conditions? Let’s leave aside the obvious fact that equivalent quality triple glazing is more expensive that double. Let’s take a look at the UK market, which is a much colder one than Australia. How does the glazing industry in the UK see the future of triple glazing?

Double Glazing Blogger is the foremost writer on the industry in the UK, and he actually owns a retail business in the industry. He has run a series of industry Polls. The latest asks “Has Triple Glazing Already Had It’s Day?” People taking the Poll were given three responses to choose from. The responses, and the votes they received were;

  • Yes, not enough demand   72%
  • No, it’s a slow burner          15%
  • Not sure- has potential       13%

So that’s quite a compelling  verdict from the industry. What could the factors be, behind that? Here’s the explanation from the Double Glazing Blogger.

“As an industry we moved from single glazed to double glazed windows. It was a roaring success because it addressed a number of issue s. Namely, energy efficiency and security, as well as some others. But particularly heat saving, that is why double glazing took root and became the standard we have today. There was a genuine need for it, so home owners chose it. You wouldn’t dream of buying single glazed windows now.

Over time, double glazing was improved and refined over time, to reach today’s very high end options, which are far more energy efficient than first generation double glazed windows. So naturally, you would think that the natural progression for this product would be to jump to a third pane of glass and make it triple glazed. Two was better than one, so why wouldn’t three be better than two?

Unfortunately, the marketing departments got hold of triple glazing before scientists did, and that natural assumption of “three is better than two” took over. It was the saviour to noise reduction and the next step in energy efficiency for windows. That was however, until it was proven that there was no tangible benefit to either unless your triple glazed unit was 44mm wide or more. Anything less was pointless. That was a bit of a crushing moment, and perhaps the first big dose of reality on a product that was struggling to find it’s natural place in the industry.

For home owners who wanted noise reduction, there was already an array of proven double glazed options already available, more cost effective than triple glazing too. And from an energy efficiency point of view, whilst WER ratings were higher, U-Values didn’t move in the same way, so in reality any actual benefits were negligible and were not worth the extra cost.

The reality is that for triple glazing, there were just too many reasons to not buy it. Effective noise reduction and energy efficient double glazed options were already doing the trick nicely. The UK climate isn’t exactly Scandinavian, so doesn’t warrant such a product. The minute benefits were not worth the extra cost for home owners. It offered nothing different in terms of design for home owners or indeed installers to get excited about, which is an absolutely key factor when choosing new windows and doors in modern fenestration.

For now at least, I think we can forget about triple glazing being the new double glazing. It’s best chance for now has been and gone, and there are more exciting and truly innovative products out there inspiring both the industry and home owners alike.”

Interesting, indeed.


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Four Benefits Of Double Glazed Windows

Discover the benefits of double glazed windows for your home.

Four Great Advantages and Benefits of Double Glazed Windows

October 30, 2014 by Viola Sacci

It doesn’t matter where you live or what you do, the benefits of Double Glazed Windows are going to make your house a nicer space to be in.

Here are the top 4 reasons why you need double glazed windows in your house.

1. A Double Glazed Thermal Dream

With heating and fuel costs going through the roof these days, getting double glazed windows really is a no-brainer! They’re thermally efficient and keep as much of your heat inside where it belongs. Your old windows may have been leaching out your heat (and your money!).

Not only do these wonderful inventions save you money in the winter, but they also help you save tonnes of money in the hot summer months. Your cooling costs can also be dramatically reduced by the implementation of double glazed windows. The glass acts as a barrier to the sweltering heat from outside that’s attempting to penetrate your icy fortress.

In a nutshell, it will keep you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer!

2. Double Glazed Windows; are (Noise) Killing Machines

One of the best features about double glazed windows (especially when acoustic glass is used) is that they’re practically sound proof. Do you live by a busy highway? Enjoy your AFL matches in surround-sound bliss with your double glazed windows.

Perhaps you live in a school district. Are noisy kids cantering past your house every day giving you the blues? Block out their high-pitched chatter with a brand new set of double glazed windows!

Do you live near a construction site? An airport? Or maybe you just have annoying neighbours. The fact is, with double glazed windows you can seriously reduce the noise pollution affecting your home. Hooray for silence!

3. Less Water Damage

Have you ever poured cold water into a glass and then watch the glass get super misty? Of course you have. That’s called condensation. Welcome to 5th grade geography class! Condensation happens when warm air is cooled. Our old single-paned friends have serious issues with condensation. You see, when it comes to windows, condensation is bad.

Think of your home as a giant glass of water. When your air conditioned windows come in contact with the heat from outside, it will form water droplets on your windows. The same thing happens when inside is warm and outside is really cold. Now the water droplets are harmless on their own, the real damage comes when they trickle down to your window frames or seep into your walls.

Over time, this could cause extensive water damage and cost you quite a bit of money in the long run. Double glazed windows aren’t immune to condensation, but if they’re installed properly and made with the right material, the chances of this happening are very slim. The inner pane of the window acts as a barrier between the sharp differences in temperature.

4. Double Glazed Windows are Greener Living

If you’re environmentally conscious (you should be!), then you will definitely appreciate this benefit of double glazed windows. More and more glass manufacturers are opting to use recycled glass for its environmental benefits. Apart from that, double glazed windows are very energy efficient and help to reduce your fuel consumption by controlling heating and cooling losses through proper insulation.

Double glazed windows are pretty amazing. They will save you lots of cash in the long run, they’ll protect you from annoying neighbours and they will reduce your environmental impact. They are an all-around good investment for any home-owner, whether you’re planning to sell or you’re in it for the long-haul.

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What Is VLT- Visible Light Transmittance?

VLT- Visible Light Transmittance.

What Is VLT- Visible Light Transmittance?

Poor window design can reduce the amount of daylight entering your home.

Window Tvw.The proportion of light transmitted by glazing is specified by the Visible Light Transmittance, which is recorded as either TVw (visible transmittance of the window) or VLT (visible light transmittance). These terms are interchangeable, but in Australia, the Window Energy Rating Scheme uses Tvw in its ratings.

While the VLT/Tvw rating varies between 0 and 1, most double glazed windows rate between 0.3 and 0.7 , which means that between 30% and 70% of the available light passes through the window. The illustration above shows you how the view changes, as the amount of light getting through the window changes.

The higher the value, the better. Why? It means more light is getting through the window.

A simple way to consider this is:

Low Tvw = too dark inside = lights on = higher energy bills.

High Tvw = brighter inside + better views outside.

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