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Double glazing works by trapping air between two panes of glass in an IGU (Insulated Glass Unit). Sounds simple, well there are a few options to consider.
Your dual GLAZE™ consultant can guide you to the right glass for your individual needs.
  • Thickness of the double glazed unit (Glass pane thickness and width of spacer)
  • Seal and spacer type
  • Low E coating
  • Argon gas filled cavity
  • Laminated glass
  • Toughened glass
  • Tinted glass
  • Obscured glass options for privacy areas
For more information on glass and glass types, Click this link to the Window & Glass Association of NZ website.

This trapped air creates an insulating barrier which provides six key functions:

1. Helps reduce moisture and condensation. A double glazed window acts as an insulating barrier and lowers the transmission of air temperature. 2. Health Benefits / reduce black mould. 3. Heat retention because the barrier insulates the room. 4. Noise reduction. 5. Solar heat reduction - Cool (for Summer). 6. Safety & Security

Double glazed glass comes with multiple options. Your dual GLAZE™ consultant can guide you to the right glass for your individual needs.

1. Thickness of the glass unit. Glass pane thickness and width of spacer. 2. Seal and spacer type. 3. Low-E coating. 4. Argon gas filled cavity. 5. Tinted glass. 6. Obscured glass options for privacy areas.