But What About ‘Secondary Glazing’?
Secondary glazing involves fitting a second (usually Perspex) sheet to the inside of a window pane already existing in your home. The second sheet is usually attached to the glass with magnetic strips. Secondary glazing does not compare to the superior qualities of double glazing because of the following factors:
Secondary glazing uses the existing window pane even if it is unsuitable for the conditions Double glazing an existing window that is thin and does not insulate thermally or acoustically does not make sense The gap between the panes can not be tailored to achieve the best performance as secondary glazing is limited by the frame Secondary glazing cannot provide a vacuum gap between the panes Secondary glazing uses air (a poor insulator) between the panes, whilst genuine double glazing uses argon gas (a superior insulator)
Secondary glazing is an upgrade to an existing window, however it cannot compete against the performance of genuine double glazing. Twinglaze offers superior quality at a remarkably affordable price.
It’s Really Easy To Install Twinglaze Retrofit Double Glazing!
Installation of Twinglaze Retrofit Double Glazing is extremely easy so why not enjoy all the benefits? If you have any questions, or you’d like a quote for your Sydney home call us on 1300 766 743 (Click to Call)