uPVC Double Glazing
As leading uPVC suppliers operating throughout Nottingham, here at Lee Glass and Glazing we offer a host of uPVC double glazing services for both commercial and domestic customers. Using the latest technology and meticulous attention to detail, we can complete the work to your exact specifications. Our range of double glazing services includes:
- uPVC windows
- uPVC doors
- uPVC double glazing repairs
- Fixtures and fittings
- Secondary glazing
- Steamed up windows
Our accredited team of technicians have the experience and skills to work with any type of glass of any size, thickness or shape, and will work closely with you to ensure the installation reflects your specifications. We offer quick delivery times and expert workmanship to ensure your new uPVC glazing will provide years of reliable use.
If you are searching for a professional uPVC double glazing company in Nottingham, look no further than Lee Glass and Glazing. To learn more about how your home or commercial premises can benefit from our services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team today.Low-Emissivity
Low-E glass (or low emissivity glass) refers to energy-efficient glass that is designed to reduce the amount of heat exiting through the glass and escaping outdoors. This is due to the low-E coating applied to the outside of these types of windows, reducing the window’s emittance and therefore heat transfer from the home.
This reaps rewards by improving the window’s insulative properties, enabling them to retain heat in the winter with ease. Replacing windows in your home with low emissivity alternatives will not only boost the thermal efficiency of your property, but can in turn save money on your energy bills.
In simple terms, a U-value is a way of measuring how effective a certain material is at preventing the passage of heat between the inside and outside of a building. The lower the U-value a window is assigned, the more effective the window is as an insulator.
The U-value is expressed in W/m2k and generally speaking, single glazing window panes have a modest U value of 5 W/m2k, whilst new double glazed units can boast a U-value of as low as 1 W/m2k, depending on the type.
Ensuring your windows have a decent U-value can benefit your property in the long run by making your home more energy efficient, leading to savings on energy bills.