Double and triple glazing are both environmentally friendly and cost-effective options for windows. Double glazing refers to windows that have two panes of glass with a gap between them, while triple glazing has three panes of glass with two gaps.
They both provide better insulation than single glazed windows, which can help to reduce energy consumption and lower heating and cooling costs. Triple glazing provides even better insulation than double glazing, but it can be more expensive to install. However, the long-term energy savings can make up for the initial cost.
Learn more about double and triple glazing through our series of guides below:
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