- Interested in upgrading from your double-glazed windows to triple-glazed windows?
- Have you read some negative opinions and material that has perhaps caused some second thoughts or created doubt?
- Are you struggling to separate the truths from the myths?
Well fear not, we are going to share our expert knowledge surrounding some of the most common myths about triple glazing.
Take a look below at some common misconceptions and learn how triple-glazing, may be the solution to your needs.
Myth #1 – Triple Glazed Windows Can Be Easily Broken Into
This myth is entirely false!
Triple glazing offers the exact same security as double glazing your windows and offers a subtle enhancement to the performance due to a vacuum or normally argon gas that fills the space between each individual pane of the glass, of the window.
Triple glazing is a great addition to improving energy efficiency as well as giving you complete reassurance that your home is completely safe from any undesired guests.
Myth #2 – Triple Glazing Will Not Increase Noise Reduction Compared To That Of Double Glazing
Not surprisngly, triple glazing actually provides greater noise reduction than double glazing, meaning that they are actually more soundproof than their counterparts.
The extra layer of triple glazing is designed to create a nice, quiet living environment by blocking any noise from traffic and loud neighbours.
Upgrading your windows to triple glazing is a sure way to combat unwanted loud noises and insulates the room helping to retain heat,.
Thus, saving you money on your energy bills.
It’s a great choice if you live near a busy road.
Myth #3 – Triple Glazing May Taint The Look Of My House
We can safely say that the original unique beauty of your home will still be completely preserved when using triple glazing,.
This is especially true, because of the huge selection of frames and windows on offer.
You can choose everything from sash windows to uPVC and wood, or aluminium casement windows guaranteed to bring a modern, luxury feel to any home.
Myth #4 – Triple Glazing Is Completely Different Looking Than Double Glazing
Most people would assume triple glazing is going to look much bigger, thicker and heavy-duty compared to what double glazing looks like.
But is there any truth in this?
We can confidently inform you that they do not as the only difference is that there are two glass panes in double glazed windows, and three glass panes in triple glazed windows.
Believe it or not, there aren’t any actual noticeable aesthetic differences in the two either from a distance or up close.
Myth #5 – Triple Glazing Can Cause Windows To Creak, Crack Or Warp
This myth is highly inaccurate!
Modern triple glazed windows are well reinforced to prevent their structure and shape from being effected by the elements, even in the harshest of weather.
Therefore creaking, cracking and warping are not common factors to be worried about. With modern technology, even wooden windows can be glazed to a high standard to last for many years to come.
Why not consult with our glazing experts to receive a quote for upgrading your windows to triple glazing?