Double Pane Windows

Glass windows make a considerable difference in insulating and protecting your home from the elements. Double pane windows, a type of insulated glass unit (IGU), are designed to maintain a comfortable indoor air temperature no matter the season. During the winter, IGUs lower the amount of heat lost through the glass. During the summer, IGUs reduces the amount of heat absorbed from outside. As a result, your house's indoor air temperature remains constant and your house requires less heating and air conditioning use.

Insulated Glass Units Structure

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An IGU is composed of at least two layers of glass with an insulating space in between the panes. The spacer in between the panes is usually filled with either an absorbing material known as a desiccant or warm-edge nonmetal structural foam known as a super spacer. In addition, the IGU's perimeter is lined with a resilient sealant material, which prevents condensation from accumulating in between the layers as well as further heat transmission.

Double Pane Window Care

This kind of glass is very popular with homeowners because it reduces energy bill costs! However, over time IGU seals will wear. Thankfully for residents in the Louisville area, double pane window replacement is a cinch with Glass Doctor of Louisville. Double pane window replacement is a delicate procedure that requires expertise and care. Glass Doctor of Louisville is capable of replacing IGUs without replacing the whole unit, saving homeowners a considerable amount of money on their utility bills.

If you're interested in keeping your house insulated at a price you can afford, consider double pane windows for your house today!

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