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Energy Saving Glass

Increase the energy efficiency of your windows to save energy and reduce heating costs by installing Pilkington EnergiKareglazing units into your existing frames

The most well known energy-efficient glazing product is Pilkington K Glass™. This unique energy efficient glass is the UK’s best-selling low-emissivity glass and is used in combination with Pilkington Optiwhite™ to make up the Pilkington energiKare™ double glazing units.  Each type of glass conveys unique energy-saving properties to the thermally insulated glass unit.

Pilkington K Glass™ makes up the inner pane of the double glazing unit and its primary function is to prevent heat escaping through your windows and return the heat back into your home.

Pilkington Optiwhite™ makes up the outer pane of the glazing unit and has special “extra clear” properties, which allow more light and heat from the sun to enter into your house through your windows.

 

By using a combination of these two types of thermally insulated glass, Pilkington have produced highly efficient thermal glass units which can be used in any type of window frame.  Using a warm edge spacer bar and an argon filled cavity also help increase the efficiency of the unit. 

Brochures: view detailed information on our products

Pilkington energiKare Range.pdf
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Pilkington EnergiKare Booklet.pdf
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Pilkington energiKare Leaflet.pdf
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Pilkington K Glass S Brochure.pdf
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Pilkington K Glass.pdf
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Pilkington K Glass Range.pdf
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Window Repair Services

28 Fox Road

Whitwell

Notts

S80 4SA

 

Phone: 01909 720878

Mobile: 07743 967243

 

info@windowrepairservices.co.uk

 

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