Energy efficient windows are becoming the main way that people are saving energy in their homes. Replacing windows with more energy-efficient ones can save on fuel bills and keep your home more insulated. There are many different energy-efficient windows on the market, and new technologies and discoveries are being made to improve them further.
1 - Triple Glazed Vinyl
Triple glazed vinyl windows are a superior form of window insulation. They offer passive solar energy to keep the heat in during winter and help the home remain cooler during summer. Ripple glazed windows give three-fold protection in that all three panes are insulated between layers, which makes them air-tight and sturdy.
2 - Gas Filled Windows
Gas-filled windows are still a bit of a mystery to some people. A relatively new concept, the window spaces are filled with either xenon, argon or krypton gas. The gas is pumped into the gaps between the panes and sealed so that they help to prevent condensation between the panes and keep the efficiency at maximum.
3 - Triple Glazed Wood Framed
Wood is still the material of choice when it comes to windows for a home. They are warm and inviting and offer real character that other frames just don’t have. The same technology that is used in vinyl windows and gas-filled windows is used to create glazed wooden frames.