Low emissivity glass which is mostly referred to as Low-E glass is energy efficient with the application of a special coating. This particular film is able to reduce the level of heat escaping through windows or doors from the interior to the outside environment.
Low-E Glass Benefits Explained
As an advantage, Low-E glass also limits the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that passes through the glassware with little impact to the quantity of visible light that enters the property. The benefits are low risk of fade damage to furniture and materials’ colours due to negligible ultraviolet rays, and cooler internal temperature in the summer as infrared light is reflected away.
Older installations of uPVC and timber double glazing windows and doors will likely have normal clear glass. This is because the Low-E technology did not exist when they first began to be installed. If you have an older installation, then the chances are that your windows are not energy efficient as they could be and you may be consuming more fuel to heat your home.
A+ Rated Glass Windows
Preston Glass Fix is able to provide Low-E glazing when you replace your glass to enable you to benefit from improved energy efficiency. Save money through lower monthly energy bills as efficient windows will prevent thermal energy escaping by almost 75%. With our A+ rated glass you can lower the size of your carbon footprint whilst you save money from lower energy consumption.