Regulate Your Home’s Interior Temperature With Insulated Glass

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July 6, 2016

If you are concerned about energy efficiency and you want to reduce your power costs, you may find it beneficial to use insulated glass in your home. Insulated glass offers a great variety of benefits, all of which can make your life much easier. When you use insulated glass, it keeps out the heat and cold making your home not only more energy efficient but also more comfortable as well.

During the cold winter months, an insulated glass will reduce the heat that is transmitted through the windows and keep your home a consistent temperature. During the hot summer months, an insulated glass will decrease the amount of heat gained from the outside. With these added benefits, your home’s air conditioning and heating units will run less so you will not only save energy, but money as well.

Details About Insulated Glass

An insulating spacer separates at least two pieces of glass while sealing the place between them for an insulated glass window. A desiccant, which is a special material that absorbs moisture, can be used to fill the spacer.

A high-grade sealant is applied around the entire perimeter to keep out condensation, which could accumulate between the two panes. Argon or krypton gas is sometimes placed between the window panes for additional insulation.

Switching to insulated glass can save you a lot of money in the years ahead. When you decide to go with insulated glass in your home, you want to choose an experienced glass service company who has a proven track record of dealing with insulated glass projects.

When it comes to insulated glass in Philadelphia, Michael’s Glass Company is the experienced team that people have come to trust for more than three decades. To learn more about our Philadelphia insulated glass services, call us at (215) 338-3293.