Glazed Glass

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Glazing helps minimize heat loss, air leakage, and lower condensation. It also helps cut down on your energy consumption drastically because it makes your home more energy efficient — reducing too much heat transfer. We offer 3 types of glazing techniques
Single Glass Glazing:
As the name suggests, a single glaze is made up of just one layer of glass. Generally, its thickness ranges from 3/32” to 9/16”. For the longest time, it was the only viable glazing option.
Double Glass Glazing:
Double glazing windows have two panes of glass. Therefore, they can help with insulation as well as noise reduction to a large extent. They retain heat and keep out the cold more effectively and efficiently. You can save energy savings — leaving a smaller carbon footprint.
Triple Glass Glazing:
Triple glazing uses three panes of glass and the extra panes help in increasing efficiency. It helps keep more heat in and cold air out, making this the most energy-efficient glass option. It is the perfect choice for colder climates where most part of the year is spent heating the living space. And, it reduces noise transmission to a huge extent.

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Glazed Glass

Glazing helps minimize heat loss, air leakage, and lower condensation. It also helps cut down on your energy consumption drastically because it makes your home more energy efficient — reducing too much heat transfer. We offer 3 types of glazing techniques
Single Glass Glazing:
As the name suggests, a single glaze is made up of just one layer of glass. Generally, its thickness ranges from 3/32” to 9/16”. For the longest time, it was the only viable glazing option.
Double Glass Glazing:
Double glazing windows have two panes of glass. Therefore, they can help with insulation as well as noise reduction to a large extent. They retain heat and keep out the cold more effectively and efficiently. You can save energy savings — leaving a smaller carbon footprint.
Triple Glass Glazing:
Triple glazing uses three panes of glass and the extra panes help in increasing efficiency. It helps keep more heat in and cold air out, making this the most energy-efficient glass option. It is the perfect choice for colder climates where most part of the year is spent heating the living space. And, it reduces noise transmission to a huge extent.

Advantages:

Better insolation
Noise reduction
Increased Security
Reduced energy bills

Applications:

Glazing for Kitchen Environments
Glass in Staircases
Glass for Contemporary New Builds
Glass in Basements

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