Double glazed windows are composed of two panels which are fused in one frame and are separated by a small space. The space can either be filled with air or with a non toxic gas like argon. Manufacturers usually leave a space that measures between twenty millimeters for maximum efficiency. The gap between the panels helps by acting as an insulating barrier therefore helps to slow down the rate in which heat escapes from a domestic or commercial building. There are several factors that one needs to consider when looking for glazed windows and some include the window frame material and suitability of the frame among others. You should also consider getting isotherm installers to install ceiling insulation in your attic for best results. How do double glazed windows reduce heat loss? Double glazed windows are designed to have a space between the two glass panels. The space measures between
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