Should People Still Be Living with Single Glazing?
With the clear benefits of installing secondary or double glazing, it may come as a surprise to many of us that people are still living with single glazing windows. Especially with the ever-growing cost of energy bills, it’s hard to believe that some people aren’t reaping the benefits of installing secondary glazing in their home.
If you’re still living with single glazing in your property, keep reading to discover just why you should consider making a change.
For most of us, the security of our home is of utmost importance. Preventing break-ins, putting you at ease and keeping your family and property safe is the number one priority. But if you’re still using single glazing windows, you’re making it much easier for thieves to break in. A single pane of glass can easily shatter, providing a quick entry point for burglars.
Noise coming in
One of the most irritating aspects of owning a roadside home is the noise pollution. Whether your home is close to a road, an airport or you’re just in a busy city, you’ll understand the frustration of not being able to block out the loud noise. That’s especially the case if you’re still getting by with single glazing. Having only one, thin pane of glass to prevent noise pollution just doesn’t cut it and you may find yourself dealing with a lot of outside noise coming into your home.
Increased energy costs
Single glazing is a major contributing factor to heat loss. Poorly insulated windows lead to colder homes during the winter, warmer homes in the summer and a hefty energy bill at the end of each month. Studies suggest that up to 70% of the heat from our homes is lost through single-glazed windows. It also let’s heat in when you want to keep your home cool in the summer. So, you’ll be over using your heaters in the winter and cranking up the fans in the summer/
Despite the obvious disadvantages of single glazing windows, a number of people are still living with them. Why? One of the key reasons for keeping single glazing is to preserve the original character of a home. Installing double glazing involves removing original windows and replacing them with a modern alternative, which can transform the look of a building and diminish its style. However, there is an alternative…
Make a change with Clearview
If you’re feeling the negative effects of single glazing, there is a solution which won’t compromise on the style of your home. Discreet secondary glazing adds an extra pane of glass to your windows’ interior, reducing noise pollution, increasing thermal insulation and boost your home’s security, all while maintaining the original look of your property.
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