Why are good windows important?
Comfort & Indoor Climate
Natural Light & Aesthetics
Security & Safety
Double Pane vs. Triple Pane-
What's the difference?
These windows are constructed with two layers of glass separated by a space (usually filled with air or insulating gas) to create a sealed unit. The space between the two panes acts as an additional layer of insulation, reducing heat transfer through the window. Double-pane windows are a common choice for residential and commercial buildings and offer improved energy efficiency compared to single-pane windows.
Triple-pane windows, on the other hand, have three layers of glass with two insulating spaces in between. The extra layer of glass and the two insulating spaces make triple-pane windows even more energy-efficient than double-pane windows. The additional airspace provides better insulation, reducing heat transfer and improving the window's ability to stabilize indoor temperatures.