Double Pane Windows
Extreme weather often wreaks havoc on your windows. Thankfully, Glass Doctor® of Central Houston offers an impressive array of window glass repair and replacement services.
Over the years, the weather takes a toll on your home windows. Seals crack, windows become foggy, and you lose your ability to control the indoor air temperature. When this happens, it’s time to contact Glass Doctor of Central Houston and ask about the advantages of double pane windows.
Double Pane Windows: The Benefits
Your windows are the number one source of temperature exchange in your home. That’s why it’s important to install windows designed to fulfill two functions:
- Maintain tight seals between the outdoor elements and your home’s interior
- Provide picture-perfect views to the outside world
Double pane windows do both.
Windows with double panes are also called insulated windows. They provide your home with an added level of insulation: two panes of glass, an air-tight seal and a desiccant designed to prevent moisture from infiltrating your windows.
The windows are engineered to keep indoor air separate from the outdoor air. The result is your air conditioner runs less in the summer, and your furnace doesn't overwork in the winter. That often adds up to significant savings on heating and cooling costs.
When It's Time to Invest in Window Glass Repair
Nothing lasts forever, including windows. Over time, extreme weather changes cause your window seals to deteriorate; the desiccant becomes less effective, and moisture forms inside your windows. When this happens, your windows become milky and difficult to see through. They also become much less effective at keeping your indoor air temperature consistent.
Service professionals from Glass Doctor of Central Houston are experts at repairing and replacing double pane windows. If you need your double pane windows fixed, or if you are ready to upgrade your home's windows, Contact the experts at Glass Doctor of Central Houston.
Make sure your windows are ready to withstand whatever weather throws at it--in the winter, spring, summer, and fall.