Double pane windows

Double pane windows

Double pane windows – A generic term used to describe any window in which the sashes are constructed using two panes of glass sealed to a spacer that runs continuously around the perimeter of the sashes.  The space between the two panes of glass is often filled with argon, krypton or xenon gas which increases the energy efficiency of the double pane window and eliminates condensation between the panes.  Many modern double pane windows also include glass with a low emissivity (low-E) coating that reduces the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that passes through the glass; thereby reducing fading of curtains or carpets as well as reducing radiant heat buildup.

Double Pane Windows


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Tony is a life time resident of North Carolina with over 30 years experience in multiple facets of the industrial, commercial and residential construction industry. For the past 23 years he has owned and operated Wood's Home Maintenance Service, providing services primarily in Johnston, Wake and Sampson Counties of North Carolina. ______________ ______________________________________________________ The information contained in this Blog is opinion derived, from hands on experience of over 30 years in the construction industry and by extensive research by the author. All postulations are referenced to the geographic location in which this experience was gained.
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