Double Pane Windows
Double pane windows, also called insulated glass units (IGUs), are an easy way to increase your Hudson home's energy efficiency. They keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer, providing extra insulation from heat transfer. Glass Doctor® of St. Croix Valley installs IGUs that will keep homes’ energy costs in check while adding value to your abode.
How Insulated Glass Works
Double pane windows stop heat from transferring through your windows. This means that heat stays inside in the winter and outside in the summer. The result is a more consistent indoor temperature, so you will run your heating and cooling systems less.
Insulated glass units seal a pocket of air between two panes of glass. Because air does not transmit heat well, instead of passing through the glass, it is bounced back the other way. Sometimes, to add even more insulation, argon or krypton gas is added to the space between the panes.
Double Pane Window Repair
If the airtight seal becomes broken, your windows will not function as they should. You will know your windows need to be repaired if any condensation forms on the inside of the glass, or if particular portions of your home feel more drafty. A Glass Doctor of St. Croix Valley specialist will repair your windows so they look and work like new again.
If we are unable to repair your panes, our specialists are able to replace just the glass so you don't have to replace the entire window. That means a quicker fix and more money in your pocket.
You do not have to live with windows that are not clear or do not function well. Call or schedule an appointment online with a Glass Doctor of St. Croix Valley specialist today. We serve the Hudson area and are here for all your glass repair needs.